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Administering Relational Databases on Microsoft Azure DP-300,
Kurs MSDP-300T00

Ziel

Dieser 4-Tages-Kurs vermittelt den Teilnehmern die Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten zur Verwaltung einer SQL Server-Datenbankinfrastruktur für Cloud-, lokale und hybride relationale Datenbanken, die mit den relationalen Microsoft PaaS-Datenbankangeboten arbeiten. Darüber hinaus ist es für Personen von Nutzen, die Anwendungen entwickeln, die Inhalte aus SQL Server-Datenbanken bereitstellen.

Diese Schulung bereitet Sie auf die Prüfung DP-300 vor.

Zielgruppenprofil

Die Zielgruppe dieses Kurses sind Datenfachleute, die Daten und Datenbanken verwalten und mehr über die Verwaltung der in Microsoft Azure verfügbaren Datenplattformtechnologien erfahren möchten. Dieser Kurs ist auch für Datenarchitekten und Anwendungsentwickler hilfreich, die verstehen müssen, welche Technologien für die Datenplattform mit Azure verfügbar sind und wie man mit diesen Technologien über Anwendungen arbeiten kann.

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Voraussetzungen

Kurs-Inhalte

  • Module 1: The Role of the Azure Database Administrator
    This module explores the role of a database administrator in the world of Azure. It also provides some foundational information relevant to the overall content. This includes a review of the various SQL Server-based options (SQL Server in a VM, Managed Instances, and Azure SQL Database.) Students will learn why compatibility level is a crucial concept when working with SQL databases in Azure. Students are also introduced to other database platforms available on Azure in addition to those based on SQL Server, in particular PostgreSQL and MySQL

  • Module 2: Plan and Implement Data Platform Resources
    This module introduces methods for deploying data platform resources in Azure. You will learn about options for both upgrading and migrating existing SQL databases to Azure. You will learn how to set up Azure resources to host SQL Server on a Virtual Machine, a Managed Instance, Azure SQL Database and either PostgreSQL or MySQL. You will learn how to determine which options are best based on specific requirements including the High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HADR) needs. They will learn to calculate resource requirements and create templates for their deployments.

  • Module 3: Implement a Secure Environment
    This module explores the practices of securing your SQL Server Database as well as an Azure SQL database. This includes a review of the various SQL Server-based options as well as the various Azure options for securing Azure SQL Database as well as the databases with reside within Azure SQL Database. . Students will lean why security is crucial when working with databases. . Students are also introduced to other database platforms available on Azure in addition to those based on SQL Server, in particular, Azure Database for MariaDB/MySQL/PostgreSQL

  • Module 4: Monitor and Optimize Operational Resources
    This module will teach you about resource optimization for your databases created using either IaaS or PaaS services. The module also covers monitoring server and hardware resources. It will familiarize you with the various tools available for monitoring performance and establishing a baseline. You will learn how to interpret performance metrics for the most critical resources. You will also learn how to troubleshoot database performance using Azure SQL Database Intelligent Insights.

  • Module 5: Optimize Query Performance
    Query execution plans are potentially the most important aspect of database performance. Improving bad plans is certainly an area where a small amount of effort can bring huge improvements. While hardware issues can limit query performance, improving hardware usually yields performance improvements in the 10-20% range, at most. More commonly database administrators encounter queries that are not optimized, have stale or missing statistics, have missing indexes, or poor database design choices that lead to the database engine doing more work than is necessary to return results for a given query. Improving the plans can sometimes yield performance improvements in the 100-200% range or even more, meaning that after improving a plan with better indexes or statistics, a query could run twice or three times as fast! This module provides details on how to analyze individual query performance and determine where improvements can be made.

  • Module 6: Automation of Tasks
    A common goal for database administrators in many environments is to automate as many of their repetitive tasks. This can be as simple as using scripting to automate a backup process, and as complex as building a fully automated alerting system. This module provides details of automating tasks to simplify the DBA’s job. Methods include scheduling tasks for regular maintenance jobs, as well as multi-instance administration and configuration of notifications for task success or failure or non-completion.

  • Module 7: Plan and Implement a High Availability and Disaster Recovery Environment
    Data must be available when the business needs it. That means the solutions hosting the data must be designed with availability and recoverability in mind. Suppose you work for a company that sells widgets both in stores and online. Your main application uses a highly transactional database for orders. What would happen if the server or platform hosting the transactional database had a problem that made it unavailable or inaccessible for some reason? What impact would it have on the business? If the right solution is put in place, the database would come online in a reasonable timeframe with minimal effort, thus allowing business to continue with little-to-no impact. This module and its associated lab cover configuring, testing, and managing a solution for high availability and disaster recovery (HADR) in Azure, for both Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) deployments. This module will not only cover basic requirements, but also the various options available to achieve HADR.

Prüfungen

  • Prüfungs-Nummer
    • DP-300 Administering Relational Databases on Microsoft Azure

Weiterführende Kurse

Microsoft Azure Administrator:

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Microsoft Azure Security Engineer Associate

Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect:

Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Expert:

Microsoft 365 Certified: Modern Desktop Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Certified: Teamwork Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Certified: Security Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Certified: Messaging Administrator Associate

Microsoft 365 Certified Enterprise Administrator

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