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Cursus Designing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Infrastructure
This two-day course provides database administrators working in enterprise environments with the knowledge and skills to design a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database infrastructure. The course focuses on the development of strategies for data archiving, consolidation, distribution, and recovery. The course also stresses the importance of capacity analysis and emphasizes the trade-offs that need to be made during design.
Before attending this course, students must:
- Understand the trade-offs among the different redundant storage types. For example, what RAID levels mean, how they differ from a Storage Area Networks (SAN), etc.
- Understand how replication works and how replication is implemented.
- Be familiar with reading user requirements and business-need documents. For example, development project vision/mission statements or business analysis reports.
- Have some knowledge of how queries execute. Must be able to read a query execution plan and understand what is happening.
- Have basic knowledge of the dependencies between system components.
- Be able to design a database to third normal form (3NF) and know the trade-offs when backing out of the fully normalized design (denormalization) and designing for performance and business requirements in addition to being familiar with design models, such as Star and Snowflake schemas.
- Have monitoring and troubleshooting skills.
- Have knowledge of the operating system and platform. That is, how the operating system integrates with the database, what the platform or operating system can do, and how the interaction between the operating system and the database works. For example, how integrated authentication interacts with Active Directory directory service.
- Have knowledge of application architecture. That is, how applications can be designed in three layers, what applications can do, interaction between application and the database, interaction between database and the platform or operating system.
Must already know how to use:
- A data modeling tool.
- Microsoft Visio (to create infrastructure diagrams).
- Be familiar with SQL Server 2005 features, tools, and technologies.
- Have a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 credential or equivalent experience.
In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed:
- Course MS2778, Writing Queries Using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Transact-SQL.
- Course MS2779, Implementing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database.
- Course MS2780, Maintaining a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Database.
This course is intended for current professional database administrators who have three or more years of on-the-job experience administering SQL Server database solutions in an enterprise environment.
Module 1: Analyzing Capacity Needs
This module explains how to gather data about the current capacity of key system resources such as storage, CPU, memory, and network bandwidth. It also explains how the resulting data can be used to estimate future capacity needs.
- Estimating Storage Requirements
- Estimating CPU Requirements
- Estimating Memory Requirements
- Estimating Network Requirements
Module 2: Designing a Strategy for Data Archiving
This module explains how to identify the requirements that affect data archiving, determine the structure of archival data, select an appropriate storage format, and develop a data movement strategy. It also describes the key elements of a data archival plan and the process of creating it.
- Identifying Requirements that Affect Data Archiving
- Determining the Structure of Archival Data
- Creating a Data Archival Plan
Module 3: Designing a Strategy for Database Server Consolidation
This module describes the benefits of consolidating database servers in various ways and explains how to use multiple SQL Server instances to optimize the design of a database server infrastructure. It also details the process of designing a database server consolidation plan.
- Overview of Database Server Consolidation
- Designing a Strategy for SQL Server Instances
- Designing a Database Server Consolidation Plan
Module 4: Designing a Strategy for Data Distribution
This module describes the various tools that are provided by SQL Server 2005 for data distribution and explains how to select an appropriate tool based on the requirements of an organization. It also details the process of creating a data distribution plan specifically for replication.
- Overview of Data Distribution
- Creating a Data Distribution Plan Using Replication
Module 5: Designing a Database Server Infrastructure
This module explains how to evaluate the current database server infrastructure of an organization and gather requirements for modifying it. It also provides guidelines and best practices for designing modifications to the current infrastructure and describes the hardware and software trade-offs involved in the design process.
- Evaluating the Current Database Server Infrastructure
- Gathering Requirements for Changing a Database Server Infrastructure
- Designing Modifications to a Database Server Infrastructure
Module 6: Designing a Strategy for Data Recovery
This module explains how to create a backup and recovery strategy. It also describes the key components of a database disaster recovery plan and the process of creating it.
- Creating a Backup and Restore Strategy
- Creating a Database Disaster Recovery Plan
Module 7: Establishing Database Conventions and Standards
This module describes how well a database naming convention simplifies administration and provides guidelines for establishing such a convention. It also explains how to define Transact-SQL (T-SQL) coding, database access, and deployment process standards.
- Creating Database Naming Conventions
- Defining Database Infrastructure Standards
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