Course 6316: Designing and Optimizing Database Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server 2008

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Course Outline in PDF

Overview:

This five-day instructor-led course provides the knowledge and skills that IT Professionals need to design, optimize, and maintain SQL Server 2008 database

Who Should Attend:

The audience of this course is developers who implement database solutions or perform development utilizing the programming features and functionality of SQL Server. Students taking this course are expected to have three or more years of experience working on databases for two or more of the following phases in the product lifecycle – design, development, deployment, optimization, maintenance, or support. They should possess a four-year college degree, BS or BA, in the computer field.

At Course Completion:

After completing this course, students will be able to:
•Design a database design strategy
•Design a database for optimal performance
•Design security for a database
•Design programming objects
•Design queries for performance
•Design a transaction and concurrency strategy
•Design an XML strategy
 
Outline:
 
Module 1: Designing a Conceptual Database Model.
Lessons
•Overview of Database Design
•Gathering Database Requirements
•Creating a Conceptual Database Design
•Overview of Entity Framework
Lab : Designing a Conceptual Database Model
•Formulating a Conceptual Database Design
•Creating a Conceptual Database Design

Module 2: Designing a Logical Database Model
Lessons
•Guidelines for Building a Logical Database Model
•Planning for OLTP Activity
•Evaluating Logical Models
Lab : Designing a Logical Database Model
•Creating a Logical Database Model
•Normalizing the Logical Database Model

Module 3: Designing a Physical Database Model.
Lessons
•Selecting Data Types
•Designing Database Tables
•Designing Data Integrity
Lab : Designing a Physical Database Model
•Specifying Database Object Naming Standards
•Converting a Logical Database Model into a Physical Database Model

Module 4: Designing Databases for Optimal Performance
Lessons
•Guidelines for Designing Indexes
•Designing a Partitioning Strategy
•Designing a Plan Guide
•Designing Scalable Databases
Lab : Designing Databases for Optimal Performance
•Applying Optimization Techniques
•Creating Plan Guides
•Designing a Partitioning Strategy

Module 5: Designing Security for SQL Server 2008
Lessons
•Exploring Security in SQL Server 2008
•Implementing Identity and Access Control
•Guidelines for Secure Development in SQL Server 2008
•Guidelines for Secure Deployment of SQL Server 2008
•Guidelines for Secure Operations
Lab : Designing Security for SQL Server 2008
•Designing Secure Development
•Implementing Secure Operations
•Copying an Unencrypted Database
•Implementing Transparent Data Encryption
•Attempting to Copy an Encrypted Database

Module 6: Designing a Strategy for Database Access.
Lessons
•Guidelines for Designing Secure Data Access
•Designing Views
•Designing Stored Procedures
•Designing User-Defined Functions
Lab : Designing a Strategy for Database Access
•Designing Security for Data Retrieval Objects
•Designing Data Retrieval Objects

Module 7: Designing Queries for Optimal Performance
Lessons
•Considerations for Optimizing Queries for Performance
•Refactoring Cursors into Queries
•Extending Set-Based Operations
Lab : Designing Queries for Optimal Performance
•Optimizing Query Performance
•Refactoring Cursors into Queries

Module 8: Designing a Transaction and Concurrency Strategy
Lessons
•Guidelines for Defining Transactions
•Defining Isolation Levels
•Guidelines for Designing a Resilient Transaction Strategy
Lab : Designing a Transaction and Concurrency Strategy
•Determining the Database Isolation Level
•Determining the Order of Object Access
•Designing Transactions

Module 9:
Designing an XML Strategy
Lessons
•Designing XML Storage
•Designing an XML Query Strategy
•Designing a Data Conversion Strategy
Lab : Designing an XML Strategy
•Designing an XML Data Storage Model
•Converting Data Between XML

Module 10: Designing SQL Server 2008 Components
Lessons
•Overview of SQL Server 2008 Components
•Designing a Service Broker Architecture
•Designing the Service Broker Data Flow
•Designing the Service Broker Availability
•Exploring Full-Text Search
•Designing a Full-Text Search Strategy
Lab : Designing SQL Server 2008 Components
•Analyzing the Organizational Needs
•Designing a Service Broker Solution Model
•Designing a Detailed Service Broker Solution
•Implementing the Service Broker Solution

 

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