Career Oriented SQL DBA Training

(Live Instructor-Led Online Training)

SQL DBA Training

Earn 6 figures by becoming a SQL Server DBA

This training class teaches you everything that is required for a DBA to manage, maintain and administer SQL Server environments. This course covers SQL Server 2014 Administration Topics including Security, Maintenance, Installation, Configuration, Server Management, AlwaysOn, In-Memory OLTP, etc.

SQL DBA Training

All DBA training classes include real-life examples and scenarios that are used in the industry and enables students to enhance and hone their database administration skills. This course also covers a topic on Automation which enables database administrators to automate many day-to-day common DBA tasks.

SQL DBA Training Classes

Your success is our #1 priority

At SQLOPS, our #1 priority is your success. If this is your first time learning database administration, this course will enable you to become a solid DBA. SQL DBA’s are high in demand in the job market. If you are already a SQL or ETL developer, DBA, or an Engineer, this course helps enhance and advance your knowledge of database administration using SQL Server 2014 and helps you become stronger as a DBA and enables you to excel in your career.

Who should attend SQL Developer Training

This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning database administration using SQL Server 2014.  It covers topics that help you become SQL Server DBA.

This course can be attended by:

  • Developers
  • QA engineers
  • Database Administrators
  • Service engineers (and SREs)
  • Program Managers
  • BI Developers
  • And anyone who is interested.
Pre-requisites for SQL-DBA Training

This course is open to anyone with IT background. However, anyone with prior database experience is a plus (though not required)

You need to have basic knowledge of the following:

  • Basics of T-SQL (SQL Developer Training)
  • Microsoft Windows Operating System
  • Concepts of relational database management system

Note: This course is not for you if you are newly joining IT industry.

Benefits for SQL-DBA Training

List of benefits offered to students joining this course:

  • Placement assistance
  • Job reference
  • Completion certificate
  • Interview preparation
  • Access to Q&A forum
  • Access to recorded sessions
  • Instructor with 12+ years experience
  • Real-life examples
  • Weekly/monthly quiz
  • 15% Discounts on other trainings

Some of the topics covered in this course:

SQL DBA Training Topics

We care about your success!

Our trainers go through rigorous hiring process before they join our team. Every single trainer has at-least 10 years of on-the-field experience.

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SQL Server 2014 Database Administration Class - Detailed Syllabus

SQL Server 2014 Database Administration Class Syllabus

Introduction to SQL Server 2014 and the Role of a DBA
This class provides an overview of the SQL Server. It describes the components, editions, and versions of
SQL Server 2014, SQL Server services and configuration options, and service accounts.
Installing, Configuring and Managing SQL Server 2014
This class explains how to assess resource requirements for SQL Server 2014 and how to install it.
Working with Databases and Storage
This class shows how SQL Server uses storage for system and database files, and how to manage storage for database and the buffer cache extension.
Planning and Implementing a Backup Strategy
This class describes considerations for planning a data recovery strategy, and teaches students how to perform the various possible types of backup.
Restoring SQL Server 2014 Databases
This class builds on backup strategy class and describes how to restore databases from backups and to work with recovery and standby.
Importing and Exporting Data in and out of SQL Server 2014
This class provides an introduction to the data import and export tools that are available with SQL Server.
Monitoring SQL Server 2014
This class describes how to monitor database server performance using Activity Monitor, database management views and functions, and Performance Monitor.
Tracing SQL Server Activity
This class continues on the subject of monitoring, but focuses on tracing activity within SQL Server by using SQL Server Profiler and SQL Trace.
Managing SQL Server Security
In this class, students learn about the security architecture of SQL Server, how to manage security principals at the server and database level, and how to apply permissions to control access to data.
Auditing Data Access and Encrypting Data
This class continues to explore security by discussing how to audit SQL Server and how to implement encryption.
Performing Ongoing Database Maintenance
This class introduces common ongoing database maintenance tasks that database administrators typically perform, and introduces automation in the form of maintenance plans.
Automating SQL Server 2014 Management
This class extends the coverage of automation by discussing SQL Server Agent and the job system,
Including how to configure multi-server jobs.
Monitoring SQL Server 2014 with Notifications and Alerts
This class completes the automation section by discussing operators, alerts, and notifications.
Understanding, Configuring and Managing AlwaysOn
This class focuses on the new HADRON technology AlwaysOn. In this class, we will look in to the concepts, setup, configuration and how to manage AlwaysOn environment.
Best Practices for a DBA
This class focuses on the real-life best practices that will help users to improve their overall management of database infrastructure as a DBA.