Course 170: SQL Server 2012: A Comprehensive Introduction

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This presentation is part of LearnItFirst's SQL Server 2012: A Comprehensive Introduction course. The video that contains this presentation can be watched …

This presentation is part of LearnItFirst's SQL Server 2012: A Comprehensive Introduction course. The video that contains this presentation can be watched here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jgf7YH79PMA

This slideshow created by instructor Scott Whigham gives an overview of all the content covered in the Introduction to SQL Server 2012 course. This introductory course is a massive 17-chapter comprehensive class which covers the entire SQL Server 2012 product.

Highlights from this slideshow:

- What is covered in this course
- Who should take this course-Pre-requisites
- The tracks (Database Administrator, Programmer/Developer, Business Intelligence)
- How this course differs from a "live class"
- Detailed information about what is included in each chapter
- Scott's background and "About the trainer"

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  • 1. p. 11
  • 2. p. 222Welcome to Course 170!– The title of this course gives it away: SQL Server 2012: A Comprehensive Introduction– Covers all the major SQL Server areas– A view of SQL Server from 30,000 feet!
  • 3. p. 333Course basics:– Coverage at a Beginning‐Intermediate level with “spikes” to Intermediate/Advanced later in the course– Ideal for someone migrating from SQL 2000, SQL 2005, SQL 2008, SQL 2008 R2– Also ideal for someone new to SQL Server– Great for starting the certification path– Lots of “What’s New in SQL Server 2012?”
  • 4. p. 444Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 5. p. 555Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 6. p. 666Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 7. p. 777Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 8. p. 888Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 9. p. 999Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 10. p. 101010Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 11. p. 111111Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 12. p. 121212Chapter Listing:1. Course Introduction2. Why SQL Server 2012?3. Installing, Configuring, and Upgrading to SQL Server 20124. Creating & Managing Databases5. Server Security6. Backup and Restore7. High Availability/Disaster Recovery8. Jobs & Automating Maintenance9. Creating Tables and Constraints10. Writing Queries and Manipulating Data11. Views, Indexes, and Query Plans12. Stored Procedures, Triggers, & UDFs13. Database Security14. Business Intelligence in 201215. Analysis Services 201216. Integration Services 201217. Reporting Services 2012
  • 13. p. 131313
  • 14. p. 141414
  • 15. p. 151515This is a gateway course– Coverage for DBAs, Developers, Project Managers, Analysts, and more
  • 16. p. 161616The format of this course:– Presentations, demos, labs– Exact same as if we were in a “live” setting– Over five full days of material
  • 17. p. 171717The videos:– Anywhere from 5‐20 minutes long– Cover a specific topic– Makes it easy to reference topics later!
  • 18. p. 181818We’ll cover the full product suite:
  • 19. p. 191919It’s a view of SQL Server 2012 from30,000 feet– This is a breadth course, not a depth course
  • 20. p. 202020We’ll have lots of hands-onexercises
  • 21. p. 212121By the end of this course:– You will have experience with all facets of SQL Server 2012– You will likely want to learn more information about certain areas
  • 22. p. 222222Pre-requisites for this course:– Not a lot…– Previous exposure to databases will help!
  • 23. p. 232323LearnItFirst’s SQL 2012 Training:
  • 24. p. 242424LearnItFirst’s SQL 2012 Training:– Intro course is the breadth course– Additional courses are the depth courses!
  • 25. p. 252525I’m Scott Whigham– Started working with SQL Server in 1995– Trainer, consultant for more than 10 years– Father, soccer fanatic, guitar player
  • 26. p. 262626Want to learn more about what’scovered in the course?– The course page on the LearnItFirst website has every video listed with a breakdown• Keyword search/index• Free videos• PDFs• Course files– http://learnitfirst.com/go.aspx?id=Course170
  • 27. p. 272727Who watches the introduction?– You should! We’ll talk about:• How to use this course effectively• How this course is arranged• How the exercises are designed• Operating systems and SQL Server editions covered• Professional development for SQL Server professionals
  • 28. p. 282828In the next video…– How to Use this Course Effectively“Do you know what it means to come home at night to a woman whollgive you a little love, a little affection, a little tenderness? It means yourein the wrong house, thats what it means. “- Henny Youngman
  • 29. p. 292929Chapter: Introduction to SQL ServerCourse: SQL Server 2012 - A Comprehensive IntroductionCourse ID: 170Instructor: Scott WhighamChapter 01: Video # 2How to Use thisCourse Effectively