M2733: Updating Your Database Admininstration Skills to MS SQL Server 2005

3 Day Course
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Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M2733

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Overview

This course provides delegates with an upgrade path to SQL Server 2005 offering the skills required to administer and troubleshoot.

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Modules

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Overview of SQL Server 2005 Architecture (2 topics)

  • Overview of SQL Server 2005
  • System Enhancements for Administrators

Installing SQL Server 2005 (3 topics)

  • Preparing to Install SQL Server 2005
  • Performing a SQL Server 2005 Installation
  • Maintaining a SQL Server 2005 Installation

SQL Server 2005 Administrative Tools (5 topics)

  • Using SQL Server Management Studio
  • Using SQL Server Computer Manager
  • Using the sqlcmd Utility
  • Using the SQL Management Objects

Administering SQL Server 2005 (3 topics)

  • Creating the Personnel database.
  • Populating the Personnel database.
  • Backing Up the Personnel Database.

Monitoring SQL Server 2005 (4 topics)

  • Using SQL Profiler
  • Using DDL Triggers
  • Using Event Notifications
  • Using Metadata Views

Maintaining Databases and Indexes (2 topics)

  • Managing Indexes
  • Using the Database Tuning Advisor

Disaster Recovery (4 topics)

  • Disaster Recovery in SQL Server 2005
  • Using Database Snapshots
  • Backup and Restore Operations

Data Availability in SQL Server 2005 (4 topics)

  • Introduction to Data Availability
  • Introduction to Database Mirroring
  • Configuring Database Mirroring

SQL Server 2005 Replication (4 topics)

  • Overview of Replication Enhancements
  • New Types of Replication
  • Configuring Replication

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have: MCDBA certification or equivalent knowledge. Administration experience with Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. Knowledge of SQL Server 2000/7.0 Database and server architecture. Installation and configuration. Database security. Database recovery (backup and restore). SQL Server technologies used for database availability such as log shipping and clustering. Job automation. Database and server monitoring. Troubleshooting. Replication. In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed: Course MS2072, Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Database

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