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  • Microsoft is celebrating the 20 year anniversary of Microsoft Certification as of January 2012. Microsoft Certification has been around that long because certifications have value. People earn them in order to gain proof of job skills, get recognized by their peers, or to differentiate themselves from other job candidates. IT ProsCertifications enable you to be better prepared to get a job. Certifications also increase visibility/marketability of individuals who have earned themProof points: In a survey of 700 IT professionals last November, 60% said certification led to a new job. Certifications differentiate you from your peers which helps you get aheadIn that same survey, 58% said certification led to a salary boost or bonus, 63% said it led to a promotionCertifications also provide recognitionof your knowledge & skills not just to employers, but also to peersHiring ManagersToday’s technology landscape shows a continued need for highly skilled technical people. In a survey of over 200 technology executives worldwide, 92% of respondents indicate it is challenging for IT organizations to secure the necessary skills for large infrastructureCertifications provide documented level of assurance that employees are competent81% of Hiring Managers feel that certified individuals perform better, according to our own MCP surveyThe regular assessment process will improve staff responsibility, commitment and motivation79% of Hiring manager agree that certified individuals are more efficient.The majority of hiring managers consider certification as a factor when they are looking at resumes. It’s not necessarily going to trump work experience, but if you’re being compared to someone with work experience and no certification, you look like the better candidate when you have both.
  • While the reasons for earning a certification may not have changed over the last 20 years, we need to continue to strengthen the benefits of certification. Microsoft has re-invented its certification program and is introducing a new wave of certifications to ensure people remain relevant, and to make our certifications even more valuable and meaningful to achieve than ever before.Cloud solutions introduce a need for a BROADER RANGE of skills. Microsoft Certifications now validate a broader set of skills and experience across a technology solutionsrather than an individual technology. Microsoft cloud services are continuously updated with the latest technology solutions. Microsoft’s certification program also places an emphasis on cutting edge technology skills sets and introduces the need for IT Pros and Developers to be up to-date on the latest technologies.Therefore Microsoft cert must continually validate current skill sets.CLOUD COMPUTING ultimately allows IT Pros & developers to FOCUS ON MISSION CRITICAL ACTIVITIES for organizations. THIS RAISES THE BAR OF REQUIRED EXPERTISE for IT Pro and Developers. Microsoft’s reinvented certifications test on a DEEPER setof knowledge that is mapped to real-world business context. Rather than testing only on a feature of a technology, people are now tested on MORE ADVANCED SKILLS and DEEPER UNDERSTANDING of the technology. That’s why Microsoft has reinvented its certification program - to ensure IT Pros and Developers have the expertise necessary to be productive in the cloud and to ensure that the key benefits of certification continue to remain relevant.
  • The data explosion is happening at every level of the business—across devices, applications and individual roles. Stay at the forefront of information technology with the expertise to build, run and maintain the next wave of cloud-ready database and information solutions.  SQL Server 2012 training and certification extends your skills beyond traditional database capabilities. Unlock breakthrough insights across the organization, quickly build mission critical solutions, and extend data to hybrid IT environments. Secure the essential skills to unite the power of the cloud with the demand for deeper insight into company data—the emerging benchmark to stay competitive in business. Start your journey toward your ideal career today. Languages available: English, French, German, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Simplified
  • The MCSA: SQL Server 2012 certification shows that you have a minimum set of skills to hit the ground running, and differentiates you as better able to work with SQL Server 2012 in a real-world business context. Note that MCSA has a version number in the certification title, and recert is not required. New versioned certification would be released when next version of SQL Server comes out.The MCSA: SQL Server 2012 certification enables DB and BI professionals to acquire essential skills to develop and maintain the next wave of mission critical environments, and sets a foundation for advanced certification. Demonstrate your proficiency in querying to potential hiring managers. CLOUD COMPUTING ultimately allows IT Prosto FOCUS ON MISSION CRITICAL ACTIVITIES for organizations. THIS RAISES THE BAR OF REQUIRED EXPERTISE for IT Professionals. The MCSA SQL Server 2012 validates a DEEPER setof knowledge that is mapped to real-world business context. Rather than testing only on a feature of a technology, people are now tested on MORE ADVANCED SKILLS and DEEPER core UNDERSTANDING of the full technology in order to ensure that they can be successful on the job.
  • The MCSE: Business Intelligence certification showcases your expert skills at developing and deploying visually-rich business intelligence solutions and reports. Deliver more data to more people across the organization.Note that the certification title has no version number or product name, but the exam names do. MCSE covers multiple versions and multiple products. Our certifications used to validate that the candidate had the skills and experience with one technology. The truth of the matter is that a candidate called to manage Business Intelligence solutions at work actually works across multiple technologies. In the case of MCSE: BI, we offer a certification that validates that a candidate has the skills and experience with the entire solution, including Sharepoint, SQL Azure, and Excel in addition to SQL Server 2012.Recertification required every three years.Deliver invaluable self-service BI applications (BI Professionals)Future proof your BI expertise with advanced-level BI Professional Certification, your gateway to the skills and techniques to design, build and deploy solutions that deliver more data to more people across the organization.
  • The MCSE: Data Platform certification demonstrates your expertise at building enterprise-scale data solutions across on-premises or cloud environments. Note that the certification title has no version number or product name, but the exam names do.Recertification required every three yearsExtend your skills beyond traditional database capabilities by earning the MCSE: Data Platform certification.MCSA: SQL Server 2012 is a Pre-requisite certification: validates core technology skills on SQL Server 2012
  • We did a lot of research as we developed the certifications for SQL Server 2012, including an audience survey that delved into what skill levels people in different roles had for specific tasks and tools. We discovered some pretty interesting stuff. This research was validated through other surveys and research as well, when we determined what the specific objectives should be. this research is the foundation of the decision to combine the DBA/DBD roles from previous certs into the new DB Platform path. As we mentioned earlier when we talked about the MCSA, we identified a set of skills that BI developers, database developers, AND database administrators all needed to be at least minimally proficient at—these are the skills represented in the MCSA: SQL Server 2012. In addition to the skills shared by all three roles, there was a significant overlap between the tasks/tools at which DBAs needed to be proficient, and those at which DBDs needed to be proficient. The skills at which only DBDs were proficient tended to be more pure developer skills, such as .NET development. The skills at which DBAs alone were proficient tended to be ones that will become less frequent as cloud becomes more prevalent.The new MCSE certifications are really forward-looking, and extend beyond the traditional database capabilities.External articles also reflect the evolution of database roles:http://thomaslarock.com/2012/03/5-critical-trends-for-the-data-professional-of-the-future/
  • Recert proves latest skills in a solution area—which may include a new release of the primary technology or related technologies.Protects your cert from being devalued by those who claim to be certified but do not update their skills.At MCSElevel: no upgrade, only recert. If you stay current today through an upgrade path, then this will feel very similar. At the expert level, you will not need to earn another cert on the new version. You will simply maintain the one you have.When you recertify your MCSE, you’ll also earn the most recent MCSA, if a new version of the MCSA has been released since you first earned your MCSE or since you last recertified.The new expert-level certifications don’t have a version number in the names. This is because they are testing at the solution level and across technologies. For example, we might test skills on multiple versions of a product if that corresponds with what the enterprise environment looks like. By contrast, at the MCSA level, there is no recert, only upgrade, there is a version number in cert title.In most cases, the requirement will be one exam. We are looking at other options such as continuing education credits, but for now we are planning to require an exam.We’ll remind you about a year ahead, but you will always be able to see your upcoming inactive date on your transcriptDifferent frequency for dev and IT Pro based on survey of over 900 customers last summer
  • You’ll see a wide variety of question types in our exams, which makes our exams feel more real-world and challenging. Multiple choice items are just the beginning. Extended matching presents the same list of answers in multiple questions. Code review is for developer exams, and requires you to answer a series of questions about a sample application. Case studies are typically used in IT Pro exams, and present information about a company and its IT environment, and you need to identify the best solution to meet a particular goal. Choose all that apply is quite self-explanatory, as is best answer. Active screen, drag and drop, and build list are all question types that require you to interact with the item on the screen by dragging an item or clicking on an image.We are also working on a new item type that will begin to appear in SQL exams in June. In this item type, candidates will be presented with a scenario that requires them to return specific results from a set of tables. The candidate is required to type in a T-SQL query to accomplish the goal statement in the question.
  • Customers who have achieved an MCITP Database Developer 2008 or MCITP Database Administrator 2008 can upgrade to the new MCSE Data Platform by passing three exams. Upgrade exams are scheduled to be available early summer 2012.
  • Customers who have achieved an MCITP BI Developer 2008 can upgrade to the new MCSE BI by passing three exams. Upgrade exams are scheduled to be available early summer 2012.
  • Customers who have achieved an MCTS on SQL Server 2008 can upgrade to the new MCSA: SQL Server 2012 by passing two exams. Upgrade exams are scheduled to be available early summer 2012.
  • True1:1 mapping--Same objectives in course as are in the examAll courses are five daysCourses that map to Exams 465 and 467 are not yet available.Hands-on labs are focused on building solutions.Azure threaded throughout as appropriate and Student Azure Accounts are available.Training for SQL Server needs to support many diverse secondary audiences. To this end, we have developed the SQL Server 2012 courses to support custom deliveries. Modules & Labs were designed for modularity.For example, if you need a T-SQL course for Report Developers, you could do a four-day course that includes the first four days of 10774 + 10778 module 3. If you need a course to focus on Data Quality, you could do a one-day course that includes 10777 modules 7, 9, 10. Or maybe you need a course on Building Reports and Visualizations with SQL Server 2012—then you could do a two-day course that includes modules 2, 3, 10, 11, 13 from 10778.
  • Exam prep also has 1:1 mapping, as usual—but now we have some other options in addition to training kits. There will be at least one exam prep book for each exam, though some will not be available until 9 months after the exams first go live. Training kits are expected to release in mid-August. 461 Rapid Review in September, the other two in December 2012. Exam Refs for the expert-level exams are not expected out until March 2013.
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  • The MCSE: Data Platform certification demonstrates your expertise at building enterprise-scale data solutions across on-premises or cloud environments.
  • Microsoft has re-invented its certification program. To ensure people remain relevant in the cloud, we are introducing a new wave of certifications that skill people from on-premise to full cloud deployments.” IT PRO/DEV BENEFITS:Get recognized - Get recognized by peers and hiring managers. Microsoft Certification distinguishes the ability of professionals to deploy, design, optimize and operate technologies for critical IT roles. Get Hired - Get a job building the future. Microsoft ensures its certifications are on the cutting-edge of technology and are valued by businesses, helping professionals get hired in today’s highly competitive market. HIRING MANAGER BENEFITS:Get qualified job candidates - Get candidates you know are qualified to do the job. Microsoft Certification proves a job candidate has current technological knowledge and is able to bring more insightful problem solving skills to the workplace.Get verification employee knowledge is current - Get verification your employee’s IT skills are current. Microsoft Certification proves an employee’s ability to deploy, design, optimize and operate technologies for critical IT job roles.
  • Online survey conducted from December 5-23, 2011Fielded in the US, Europe (mainly Germany and UK), India & Latin America (mainly Brazil and Mexico)Makes me most interested in obtainingIs most helpful on the jobBest reflects Level within Cert. StackIs most prestigiousIs easiest to communicateIs most helpful to grow your/a candidate's career (Hiring Managers)Conveys the highest sense of accomplishmentMakes you most confident in a candidate's ability to do the job (Hiring Managers only)
  • A variety of books releasing between April 2012 and November 2012. Note that Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is available as a free e-book. Many titles shown on this slide are planned, and have not yet started, so some of them may take longer or release with different names.
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    • 1. Microsoft SQL Server2012 Certifications andTraining
    • 2. Agenda
    • 3. Changes to the Certifications andExams Broader Skill Set Certification Relevance Rigor Requirements Recertification Deeper Skill Set
    • 4. SQL Server 2012 Certification paths MCA: SQL Server MCSM: SQL Server MCSM: Business Intelligence Master MCSE: Data Platform MCSE: Business Recertification Intelligence Recertification Implementing Data Designing Business Developing Designing Models and Intelligence Databases Database Solutions Reports Solutions (Exam 464) (Exam 465) Expert (Exam 466) (Exam 467) MCSA: SQL Server 2012 Implementing a Administering Querying Data Databases (Exam 461) Warehouse (Exam 462) (Exam 463) Associat e
    • 5. MCSA: SQL Server 2012 Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server 2012 Show that you have a minimum set of skills to hit the = ground running. Exam 70-463: Implementing Data Warehouses with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 + Develop and maintain Exam 70-462: Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Database + the next wave of mission critical environments and breakthrough insights. Exam 461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012
    • 6. MCSE: Business Intelligence Showcase your Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: expert skills at Business Intelligence developing and deploying rich = business intelligence Exam 467: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with SQL solutions. Server 2012 + Exam 466: Implementing Data Models and Reports with SQL Deliver more data Server 2012 to more people across the + organization. Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server 2012
    • 7. MCSE: Data Platform Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert: Demonstrate your Data Platform expertise at building enterprise-scale = data solutions. Exam 465: Designing Database Solutions for SQL Server 2012 + Exam 464: Developing SQL Server 2012 Databases Extend your skills beyond traditional database + capabilities. Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server 2012
    • 8. Database roles convergence On which tools • At least 60% of both DBAs and DBDs were at least minimally proficient at SSAS and are most DBAs PowerShell. and DBDs • At least 87% of both DBAs and DBDs were at least minimally proficient at SSIS, SSRS, and T-SQL. proficient? • 87% of database developers indicated that they had acted as a database administrator Do DBDs act as at some point in the past. DBAs? • 60% of database developers indicated that they perform database administration tasks as part of their current role, though it is not their primary role. Which tasks do a • Backup and restore •Performance tuning majority of both •Ad-hoc queries • Create tables DBAs and DBDs • Installation •Integration services (data quality) perform?
    • 9. Recertification ensures up-to-dateskills Proves latest Protects your Replaces Recertifying also skills in the cert from being upgrade at earns you the new solution area devalued expert level MCSA MCSEs will need In most cases, Transcript will Expert-level cert to recertify every requirement will be show upcoming names not Recertification three years one exam inactive date versioned
    • 10. More challenging item types Extending Choose Matching items Code Review Case Studies All That Apply Active Screen Drag & Drop Build Lists Best Answer exam item type demo
    • 11. Upgrade paths
    • 12. Upgrade to MCSE: Data Platform MCITP: Database Developer 2008 or MCITP: Database Exam – Transition to SQL Exam – Transition to SQL Exam- Transition your MCITP to Administrator 2008 Server 2012 Part 1 Server 2012 Part 2 MCSE: Data Platform MCSE: Data Platform*NOTE: All Upgrade paths are subject to change until finalrelease. * Requires recertification
    • 13. Upgrade to MCSE: Business Intelligence MCITP: Business Intelligence Exam – Transition to SQL Exam – Transition to SQL Exam- Transition your Developer 2008 Server 2012 Part 1 Server 2012 Part 2 MCITP to MCSE: BI MCSE: Business Intelligence*NOTE: All Upgrade paths are subject to change until final release. * Requires recertification
    • 14. Upgrade to MCSA: SQL Server 2012 Exam – Transition to SQL Exam – Transition to SQL Exam – Transition to SQL Exam – Transition to SQL MCTS on SQL Server 2008 Srvr 2012 Part Part 1 Server - 2012 1 Srvr 2012 Part Part 2 Server 2012 - 2 MCSA: SQL Server 2012NOTE: All Upgrade paths are subject to change until final release. * Requires recertification
    • 15. SQL Server Instructor-Led Training
    • 16. Microsoft Official CoursewareQuerying Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Course 10774 Exam 461Administering Microsoft® SQL Server® Course 10775 Exam 4622012 DatabasesDeveloping Microsoft® SQL Server® Course 10776 Exam 4642012 DatabasesImplementing a Data Warehouse with Course 10777 Exam 463Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012Implementing Data Models and Reports Course 10778 Exam 466with Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012
    • 17. Microsoft Press—Exam prep Training Kit, Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Exam 461 Rapid Review Administering Microsoft® SQL Server® Training Kit, Exam 462 2012 Databases Rapid Review Implementing a Data Warehouse with Training Kit, Exam 463 Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Rapid Review Developing Microsoft® SQL Server® Exam Ref Exam 464 2012 Databases Designing Database Solutions for Exam Ref Exam 465 Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Implementing Data Models and Reports Exam Ref Exam 466 with SQL Server 2012 Designing BI Sols with Microsoft SQL Exam Ref Exam 467 Server 2012 PlatformTraining Kits available mid-August 2012Rapid Reviews available December 2012Exam Refs available March 2013
    • 18. Additional resources • SQL Server certifications • SQL Server training Microsoft.com/learning • Learning snacks • Free ebook: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 • SQL Server forums Born to Learn • MCT SQL Server wiki • Breakthrough Insights using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - Analysis Services • Breakthrough Insights using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - Scalable data warehouseMicrosoftvirtualacademy.com • Breakthrough Insights using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 - Reporting Services • Cloud on your terms with Microsoft SQL server 2012: Scale on demand • Download trial version • Virtual labs TechNet.com • Tutorials • Demos
    • 19. Frequently asked questions Question Answer Why did you change the The names were changed to better reflect the experience, knowledge, and skills that IT certification names? Professionals and Developers need to build and manage technology solutions that may include multiple technologies, whether on-premise or in the cloud. When will exams be available to Upgrade exams will be released by August 2012. upgrade from SQL Server 2008? My transcript shows that I earned If you passed Exams 70-432 and 70-448, or you have achieved the MCTS: Microsoft SQL the Microsoft Certified Solutions Server 2008, Implementation and Maintenance and the MCTS: SQL Server 2008, Business Associate: SQL Server 2008 Intelligence Development and Maintenance certifications, you automatically earn the certification. How did I get it? Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification on SQL Server 2008. How do these changes impact my The existing MCTS, MCITP, and MCPD Certifications are currently valuable in the market existing Microsoft Certifications? and will remain valuable as long as companies are using the technology covered in your certification. How long will I be able to earn an After April 2013, you will no longer be able to achieve an MCTS or MCITP certification on MCITP or MCTS Certification on SQL Server 2008. However, the MCSA: SQL Server 2008 will still be available to earn. SQL Server 2008? What happens if I pass a single When you pass a single exam, you become a member of the Microsoft Certification exam? Program. You can share your transcript with others to prove that you passed that exam and show your progress towards a specific certification.
    • 20. More frequently asked questionsQuestion AnswerWhat is the recertification To ensure that our certifications remain a meaningful and valuable indicator of candidate’s skills,requirement? Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certifications will require recertification every three years.Why is this recertification Recertification ensures that Microsoft Certifications remain a meaningful and valuable indicator ofrequirement being implemented? candidate’s skills. Recertification provides assurance to hiring managers and other stakeholders that certified candidates have demonstrated continued competence even as the technology has changed based on service packs, revisions, and new product version releases.Will MCSA certifications require The recertification requirement does not apply to Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)recertification also? certifications.Why did you raise the We raised the minimum expectations in order to recognize and validate the full set of skills that aexpectations for minimum skills? candidate would need to successfully work with across a technology solution and included topics relevant to working with solutions in the cloud. By increasing the minimum expectations and the skills validated, individuals will be more successful in working with Microsoft technologies and better able to satisfy the needs of the organization.How did you make the exams There are many aspects to a candidates perception of how challenging an exam is. We mademore challenging? changes to our certification program to address each of those aspects, including setting the bar higher for minimum experience that we expect from successful candidates, validating more difficult skills, using more challenging question types, and implementing security enhancements in our exams and test centers.
    • 21. MCSA: SQL Server 2008 Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: SQL Server 2008 The MCSA: SQL Server 2008 certification shows that you have a minimum set of skills to hit the ground running. = Exam 70-448: Implementing Data Warehouses with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 + Exam 70-432: Administering a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Demonstrate your essential Database skills on SQL Server 2008 by earning the MCSA: SQL Server 2008 certification. Note: MCSA: SQL Server 2008 certification does not count towards the MCSE: Data Platform or MCSE: Business Intelligence certifications. However, candidates can upgrade from MCSA: SQL Server 2008 to MCSA: SQL Server 2012 by taking two exams.
    • 22. Reinvented for the Cloud Microsoft has reinvented its certifications by building cloud related skills validation into the industry’s most recognized and respected certification program. Microsoft Certifications remains the method by which IT Pros and Developers stand out from their peers and for employers to recognize candidates/employees who have the skills required to be productive. To ensure Microsoft Certifications remain relevant, they now validate a broader and deeper set of cloud skills and experience across a technology solution. IT Pro & Developer benefits Hiring Manager benefits Get Recognized Get hired Get qualified candidates Get verification employee knowledge is current Get recognized by peers and Get a job building the future. hiring managers. Microsoft Microsoft ensures its Certification distinguishes the certifications are on the cutting- . ability of professionals to edge of technology and are deploy, design, optimize and operate technologies for valued by businesses, helping critical IT roles. professionals get hired in today’s highly competitive market. A 2011 study showed 86% of A certification research report, 64 % of A certification research report, 89% hiring managers indicate IT In a survey of 700 IT professionals, IT hiring managers rate certifications of IT hiring managers say that IT certifications are a high or 60% said certification led to a new as having extremely high or high certifications help confirm subject medium priority during the matter knowledge and expertise– candidate evaluation process job value in validating the skills and – Network World, 11/14/2011 expertise of job candidates– Channelinsider.com, 2011-10-19 – CompTIA Feb, 2011 Press Release Channelinsider.com, 2011-10-19
    • 23. New Technical Certification Names Microsoft Certified Solutions Master Master Hiring Manager (MCSM) Brand recognition Microsoft Microsoft Certified Certified Solutions Solutions Expert (MCSE) Expert Developer (MCSD) Easy to communicate Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Associa Level 2 is the te destination
    • 24. MS Press—Planned books
    • 25. Virtual Machine PlanHardware Level 6 Minimum level – no less than 8GB RAM, more is better Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 host machines Base 11A (WS2008R2 + HyperV SP1) MIA-DC (domain controller, 512MB) MIA-SQL1 (SQL 2012, no BI components) Used by 10774, 10775, 10776 MIA-SQLBI (SQL 2012, all BI components, Sharepoint) Used by 10777, 10778Internet access for SQL Azure Introducing the TMG VM…
    • 26. MSL Hardware Level 6• Intel 64bit Virtualization Technology (Intel VT) or AMD Virtualization (AMD-V) processor (2.8 GHz dual core or better recommended)• Dual 120 GB hard disks 7200 RPM SATA or better*• 4 GB RAM expandable to 8GB or higher• DVD drive• Network adapter• Super VGA (SVGA) 17-inch monitor• Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device• Sound card with amplified speakers
    • 27. SQL AzureSQL Azure: an integrated story for off-premise dataOptions for existing SQL trainingIn SQL 2012 Courseware Design approach LabsStudent Azure Accounts
    • 28. Custom DeliveriesMany diverse secondary audiencesModules & Labs designed for modularityExamples T-SQL for Report Developers Four day: first four days of 10774 + 10778 module 3 Data Quality in SQL Server 2012 One day: 10777 modules 7, 9, 10 Building Reports and Visualizations with SQL Server 2012 Two day: 10778 modules 2, 3, 10, 11, 13Student Azure Accounts
    • 29. 10774: Writing Queries Using Microsoft® SQLServer® 2012 Transact-SQL• Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2012 • Module 11: Use Set Operators• Module 2: Introduction to Transact SQL Querying • Module 12: Using Window Ranking,• Module 3: Writing SELECT Statements Offset and Aggregate Functions• Module 4: Combining Data from Multiple Tables • Module 13: Pivoting and Grouping Sets• Module 5: Filtering and Sorting Data • Module 14: Writing Specialized Queries• Module 6: Working with SQL Server Data Types • Module 15: Executing Stored Procedures• Module 7: Using Built-In Functions • Module 16: Programming with T-SQL• Module 8: Grouping and Aggregating Data • Module 17: Implementing Error Handling• Module 9: Using Subqueries • Module 18: Implementing Transactions• Module 10: Using Table Expressions • Module 19: Querying SQL Server Metadata • Module 20: Improving Query Performance
    • 30. 10775: Course 10775A: Administering aMicrosoft® SQL Server® 2012 Database• Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2012 and • Module 11: Authorizing Users to Access Resources its Toolset • Module 12: Auditing SQL Server Environments• Module 2: Preparing Systems for SQL Server • Module 13: Automating SQL Server 2012 2012 Management• Module 3: Installing and Configuring SQL Server • Module 14: Configuring Security for SQL Server 2012 Agent • Module 15: Monitoring SQL Server 2012 with Alerts• Module 4: Working with Databases and Notifications• Module 5: Understanding SQL Server 2012 • Module 16: Performing Ongoing Database Recovery Models Maintenance• Module 6: Backup of SQL Server 2012 Databases • Module 17: Tracing Access to SQL Server 2012• Module 7: Restoring SQL Server 2012 Databases • Module 18: Monitoring SQL Server 2012• Module 8: Importing and Exporting Data • Module 19: Managing Multiple Servers• Module 9: Authenticating and Authorizing Users • Module 20: Troubleshooting Common SQL Server 2012 Administrative Issues• Module 10: Assigning Server and Database Roles
    • 31. 10776: Developing a Microsoft SQL Server 2012•Database Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server 2012 and its • Module 11: Merging Data and Passing Tables Toolset • Module 12: Designing and Implementing User- Module 2: Working with Data Types Defined Functions• Module 3: Designing and Implementing Tables • Module 13: Creating Highly Concurrent SQL Server• Module 4: Ensuring Data Integrity through 2012 Applications Constraints • Module 14: Handling Errors in T-SQL Code• Module 5: Planning for SQL Server 2012 Indexing • Module 15: Responding to Data Manipulation via• Module 6: Implementing Table Structures in SQL Triggers Server 2012 • Module 16: Implementing Managed Code in SQL• Module 7: Reading SQL Server 2012 Execution Server 2012 Plans • Module 17: Storing XML Data in SQL Server 2012• Module 8: Improving Performance through Non- • Module 18: Querying XML Data in SQL Server 2012 Clustered Indexes • Module 19: Working with SQL Server 2012 Spatial• Module 9: Designing and Implementing Views Data• Module 10: Designing and Implementing Stored • Module 20: Working with Full-Text Indexes and Procedures Queries
    • 32. 10777: Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQLServer 2012• Module 1: Introduction to Data Warehouse Concepts• Module 2: Data Warehouse Hardware Considerations• Module 3: Designing and Implementing a Data Warehouse• Module 4: Creating an ETL Solution with SSIS• Module 5: Implementing Control Flow in an SSIS Package• Module 6: Debugging and Troubleshooting SSIS Packages• Module 7: Implementing an Incremental ETL Process• Module 8: Incorporating Data from the Cloud in a Data Warehouse• Module 9: Enforcing Data Quality• Module 10: Using Master Data Services• Module 11: Extending SSIS• Module 12: Deploying and Configuring SSIS Packages• Module 13: Consuming Data in a Data Warehouse
    • 33. 10778: Implementing Data Models and Reports with MicrosoftSQL Server 2012• Module 1: Overview of Reporting and Data Modeling• Module 2: Implementing Reports with Reporting Services• Module 3: Supporting Self-Service Reporting• Module 4: Managing a Reporting Infrastructure• Module 5: Creating Multidimensional Databases• Module 6: Working with Cubes and Dimensions• Module 7: Working with Measures and Measure Groups• Module 8: Introduction to MDX• Module 9: Customizing Cube Functionality• Module 10: Implementing a PowerPivot for Excel Workbook• Module 11: Introduction to Data Analysis Expression (DAX)• Module 12: Implementing a Tabular Database• Module 13: Creating Data Visualizations With Crescent• Module 14: Performing Predictive Analysis with Data Mining

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