After following this course, students will be able to: describe the hig level architectural overview of SQL Server and its various components, the SQL server execution model, waits and queues, core I/O concepts, Storage Area Networks and performance testing, architectural concepts and best practices related to data files for user databases and TempDB, architectural concepts and best practices related to Concurrency, Locking, Isolation Levels and Transactions, architectural concepts of the Optimizer and how to identify and fix query plan issues, architectural concepts, troubleshooting scenarios and best practices related to Plan Cache, architectural concepts, troubleshooting strategy and usage scenarios for Extended Events, Explain data collection strategy and techniques to analyze collected data an Understand techniques to identify and diagnose bottlenecks to improve overall performance.
The audience for this course is individuals who administer and maintain SQL Server databases and are responsible for optimal performance of SQL Server instances that they control. These individuals also write queries against data and need to ensure optimal execution performance of the workloads. The other audiences for this course are individuals who develop applications that deliver content from SQL Server databases.
To participate in this course you need the following technical knowledge:
Classical and Tailor iT made training
During this course the following topics will be covered:
Module 1: SQL Server Architecture, Scheduling and Waits
Module 2: SQL Server I/O
Module 3: Database Structures
Module 4: SQL Server Memory
Module 5: SQL Server Concurrency
Module 6: Statistics and Index Internals
Module 7: Query Execution and Query Plan Analysis
Module 8: Plan Caching and Recompilation
Module 9: Extended Events
Module 10: Monitoring, Tracing and Baselining