New Training: Developing databases in Microsoft SQL Server 2016

This intermediate training video, which consists of 28 videos, is by SPOTO trainer Garth Schulte. It teaches you how to use the knowledge systems administrators to create a SQL Server 2016 database. This will ensure that the objects you create are optimized for memory access and access.
This is a new SQL training.
Object statistics are the core of any database implementation. These descriptions of the data stored in a database are more than just being right there. The object statistics provide information to the query optimizer about the number of rows and the best join method. This Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Training in Implementing Database Objects ensures that a database administrator is able to correctly implement objects and create a reliable, high-speed database.
This four-part series covers topics like accessing, changing, reporting and reporting on data stored in your databases, using the programming concepts of SQL/T-SQL, as well as mastering the various commands for manipulating and navigating data.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
SQL Server 2016: Designing and Implementing Database Objects
Implementing Programmability Objects In SQL Server 2016
SQL Server 2016: Managing Database Concurrency
Optimizing SQL Infrastructure and Database Objects

This training covers the following topics:
Implementing user-defined functions
Implementing Natively Compiled Storing Procedures
Designing user-defined functions
Implementing Indexes
Resource Locks

This training includes:
Training for 5 hours
28 videos

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