SQL Server 2016 Admin High Availability & Performance Tuning Training

Sql Server 2016 Admin High Availability and Performance Tuning Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for 5-day Sql Server 2016 Admin High Availability and Performance Tuning training course from Koenig Solutions accredited by Microsoft. Sql Server 2016 Admin High Availability and Performance Tuning course imparts skills and knowledge to manage and maintain SQL server 2016 administration with high availability and performance tuning.

Through a blend of hands-on labs and interactive lectures, you will be able to learn SQL server security models, logins and users along with tracing access to SQL Server with Extended Events which introduces on how to use SQL Profiles and SQL Trace Stored procedures to capture information about SQL server. This course also deals in Performance tuning and High availability which will prepare you on topics such as replication of high availability, Log shipping, database mirroring, index management and much more.

SQL Server 2016 Admin High Availability & Performance Tuning Training (Duration : 40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: SQL Server Security
  • SQL Server security models
  • logins and users.
Module 2: Assigning Server and Database Roles
  • Fixed server roles
  • user-defined server roles
  • Fixed database roles
  • user-defined database roles
Module 3: Authorizing Users to Access Resources
  • Permissions and the assignment of permissions
Module 4: Backup of SQL Server databases
  • SQL Server backup and the backup types.
Module 6: Automating SQL Server management
  • Use SQL Server agent for automation.
  • Using master and target servers to centralize the administration of automation
Module 7: Monitoring SQL Server with Alerts and Notifications
  • configuration of database mail, alerts and notifications
Module 8: Tracing Access to SQL Server with Extended Events
  • use SQL Profiles and SQL Trace stored procedures to capture information about SQL Server
  • Use Distributed Replay to capture trace information from multiple servers and how to monitor locking
  • Merge Replication and Merge Agent Job
  • Replication Conflicts and ROWGUIDCOL
  • Subscription Reinitialization, Expiry Setting
  • Server Subscription & Client Subscription
  • Peer-Peer Replication Connections, Nodes
  • Common Errors and Solutions
Module 10: LOG SHIPPING (HA - DR)
  • Log Shipping Topology for HA and DR
  • Primary and Secondary: Recovery Plan
  • Log Shipping Monitor, Jobs and Alerts
  • NORECOVERY Mode - Configuration
  • STANDBY Mode Configuration & Jobs
  • Log Shipping Jobs and Manual Failover
  • Disconnections and Delay in Restores
  • Log Shipping Mode Changes - cautions
  • Re-Restoring Log Backups for Recovery
  • LSBackup, LSCopy & LSRestore Jobs
  • LS Job Audits, Dashboards (Reports)
  • Broken Log Shipping Chains & Issues
  • Common Errors and Solutions
Module 11: DB MIRRORING (HA - DR)
  • DB Mirroring Architecture For HA & DR
  • Log Shipping Versus Database Mirroring
  • TCP Endpoints, TCP Network Security
  • Heartbeat and Polling Concepts in DM
  • Automatic Fail-Over Procedures, Tests
  • PARTNER OFFLINE Conditions, Options
  • DB Mirroring Monitors and Commit Loads
  • DB Mirroring and Port Configurations
  • Mirroring Monitor, Stop/Resume Options
  • Need for Always-On & Higher Availability
  • DB Recovery without Witness. Failover
  • Mirroring Monitor Jobs - Real-time Usage
  • Common Errors and Solutions
  • Windows Clusters for HA and DR
  • Domain Controller (DC) Configuration
  • Active Directory (AD) Accounts, Use
  • Public IP Address, Private IP Address
  • Windows Level Clusters, MSCS Service
  • SQL Clustering Service & RAID Levels
  • SQL Cluster Groups, Domain Accounts
  • Quorum and MSDTC Disks. LUN Grows
  • MSCS Service Startup Options, Drains
  • Need for Always - On Availability (AAG)
  • Always On Availability Group [AOAG]
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes
  • Policy Based Management for AOAG
  • Facets and Conditions for Policies
  • Backup Preferences, Location Options
  • Synchronization, Automated Seeding
  • Data Synchronization for AOAG
  • Port Settings, Backup Strategies in AAG
  • AOAG Verifications and Dashboards
  • Adding Availability Replica, Database
  • Adding Availability Listeners and DNS
  • Automated Failovers, Manual Failovers
  • Always-On Availability Groups Health
Module 14: Tuning - Tuning Tools, Locks
  • Tuning Tools : Workload Files, Trace Files
  • Profiler Tuning Template, SP Events
  • DTA, Profiler Trace : Recommendations
  • Perfmon Tool Counters, Real-time Tracking
  • Execution Plan Analysis and Internals
  • Query Costs : IO Cost and CPU Cost
  • Query Costs: SubTree & Operator Cost
  • NUMA Nodes, Processor, IO Affinity
  • Thread Count, Degree of Parallelism
  • LOCKS : Types and Isolation Levels
  • S, X, IX,U, MD, Sch-M and Sch-S
  • Lock Audits : SP_WHO2 and SP_LOCK
  • sysprocesses and Lock Waits : Audits
  • Deadlock Audits and Deadlock Graphs
  • XDL Files and Deadlocks Prevention
Module 15: Tuning - INDEX MANAGEMENT
  • PARTITIONS : Advantages, Performance
  • Partition Functions & Partition Schemes
  • Partitioning Un-partitioned Tables: GUI
  • Partition Compression : ROW and PAGE
  • Auditing Table Partitioned Structures
  • Statistics : Purpose, Auto Creation
  • Statistics : Audits and Updates
  • Working with Indexes and Partitions
  • Internal and External Fragmentation
  • Index Rebuilding Process and Audits
  • Database Maintenance Plans Jobs
  • Last Used, Page Count, Fragmentation
  • Index Page Count and Index Condition
  • Degree Of Parallelism [DOP] Settings
  • Resumable Indexes: ONLINE, RESUME
  • PAUSE & RESUME in Index Rebuilds
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system and its core functionality.
  • Working knowledge of Transact-SQL.
  • Working knowledge of relational databases.
  • Some experience with database design

Target Audience:

  • Candidate who manages, maintain and administer SQL Database.
  • Candidate who are responsible for writing queries and ensuring optimal performance of workload.
  • Candidate responsible for High Availability and performance tuning.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will learn about:

  • SQL Server Security’ introduces SQL Server security models, logins and users.
  • Authorizing Users to Access Resources.
  • Assigning Server and Database Roles.
  • Backup of SQL Server databases.
  • Automating SQL Server management.
  • Monitoring SQL Server with Alerts and Notifications.
  • Replication For HA.
  • Log Shipping (HA - DR).
  • DB Mirroring (HA - DR).
  • Cluster Configuration.
  • Tuning - Tuning Tools, Locks.
  • Always on availability.
  • Tuning – Index Management.