Ms Sql Server 70 762




SQL Software Training


Job Aspirants


Regular Offline and Online Live Training


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

Fast Track and Regular 60 Days

SQL Objectives

•How to secure SQL services.
•Learn how to use advanced SQL functions.
•Learn Everything you need to know about SQL!
•How to store and handle file upload in SQL.
•Learn SQL programming best pracitices, SOLID, Design and more!
•Learn SQL from Scratch, Start from basic to advanced level
•Learn to code in SQL from scratch with hands-on projects
•you will be confident in your skills as a Developer / designer
•with this time saving course you will Learn SQL and ready to use it

ms sql server 70 762 Course Highlights

•Advanced Topics covered with examples
•Basic Training starting with fundamentals
•Learn Core concepts from Leading Instructors
•Our Trainers with 15+ years of teaching Experience
•Assignments and test to ensure concept absorption.
•Training by Proficient Trainers with more than a decade of experience
•Affordable fee structure to help as many students strive career in IT industry
•We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real time Experts

Who are eligible for SQL

•.net, front end developer, Android Development, ios, Big Data, Web Development, java full stack, Service Now, Wintel Servers, Change Management, Database
•Java Developer, java j2ee jsp servlets ejb, plsql, Unix Scripting, c, c++, dotnet
•Java Developer, Production Support, Asp.Net, Oracle Applications, Pl Sql Developer, Hyperion Planning, Dot Net, UI Designer, UI Developer, MS CRM, Hardware
•OBIEE, OBIA, ODI, PHP, QA, Oracle Apps DBA, SQL Sever DBA, Dot Net Developer, Automation Testing, Informatica Developer, UI Designer, Agile PLM
•Webmethods, Spot Fire, Tableau, Sap, Dwh, Oracle Apps, Oracle Dba, Calypso, Murex, Ui Developer, Core Java, Peoplesoft, Jd Edwards, Dot Net, Liferay, C++

MS SQL SERVER 70 762 Syllabus

•Getting Started With This Course
•Getting Started – Overview: MS SQL Server
•Getting Started – The Certifications
•Getting Started – Microsoft SQL Server Examples
•Learn About SQL Server
•Learn About SQL Server – Learn About Editions
•Learn About SQL Server – SQL Server Databases
•Learn and Understand Database Structures
•Learn About SQL Server – Transact-SQL
•Learn About MS SQL Server 2016
•MS SQL Server 2016: Learn How To Install SQL Server 2016
•MS SQL Server 2016: Learn How To Install SQL Server Management Studio
•MS SQL Server 2016: Attaching The Sample Database
•MS SQL Server 2016: Verifying The Installation
•Microsoft SQL Server 2016: Table Design & Implementation
•SQL Server 2016: Database Options
•SQL Server 2016: Database Options – Learn and Understand Tables
•SQL Server 2016: SQL Server Data Types
•SQL Server 2016: Choosing A Data Type
•SQL Server 2016: Database Options – Learn about Normalization
•SQL Server 2016: Database Options – Learn and Understand Relationships
•SQL Server 2016: Schemas
•SQL Server 2016: Table Design Basics
•SQL Server 2016: Creating Tables Using T-SQL
•SQL Server 2016: Creating Tables Graphically
•SQL Server – Using Identity Columns – 1
•SQL Server – Using Identity Columns – 2
•SQL Server – Altering Tables – 1
•SQL Server – Altering Tables – 2
•SQL Server 2016 – Advanced Table Design
•Table Design: Constraints
•Table Design: Primary and Foreign Keys
•Table Design: Adding Constraints – 1
•Table Design: Adding Constraints – 2
•Table Design: Understanding Filegroups
•Table Design: Table Partitions
•Table Design: Temporal Tables
•Table Design: Working With Temporal Tables – 1
•Table Design: Working With Temporal Tables – 2
•Table Design: In-Memory Tables – 1
•Table Design: In-Memory Tables – 2
•Table Design: Generating Scripts
•SQL Server 2016: Indexes
•SQL Server Indexes – Clustered Or Nonclustered – 1
•SQL Server Indexes – Clustered Or Nonclustered – 2
•SQL Server Indexes – Covered Indexes
•SQL Server Indexes – Creating Indexes
•SQL Server Indexes – Columnstore Indexes
•SQL Server Indexes – Managing Indexes
•SQL Server Indexes – Rebuilding and Reorganizing
•SQL Server 2016: Views
•SQL Server 2016 – Creating A View
•SQL Server 2016 – Updateable Views
•SQL Server 2016 – Indexed Views
•SQL Server 2016: Transactions
•SQL Server 2016 – Understanding Transactions
•SQL Server 2016 – Transaction Log
•SQL Server 2016 – Using Explicit Transactions
•SQL Server 2016 – Savepoints – 1
•SQL Server 2016 – Savepoints – 2
•SQL Server 2016: Stored Procedures
•SQL Server 2016 – Creating Stored Procedures
•SQL Server 2016 – Using Input Parameters
•SQL Server 2016 – Using Output Parameters
•SQL Server 2016 – Table-Valued Parameters – 1
•SQL Server 2016 – Table-Valued Parameters – 2
•SQL Server 2016 – Return Status – 1
•SQL Server 2016 – Return Status – 2
•SQL Server 2016 – Natively Compiled Stored Procs
•SQL Server 2016: Triggers
•SQL Server 2016 – Instead Of Triggers
•SQL Server 2016 – After Triggers
•SQL Server 2016 – Inserted & Deleted Tables
•SQL Server 2016: User-Defined Functions
•SQL Server 2016 – Scalar Functions
•SQL Server 2016 – Table-Valued Functions
•Thank You!