Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system, or RDBMS, that supports a wide variety of transaction processing, business intelligence and analytics applications in corporate IT environments. It’s one of the three market-leading database technologies, along with Oracle Database and IBM’s DB2.
Like other RDBMS software, Microsoft SQL Server is built on top of SQL, a standardized programming language that database administrators (DBAs) and other IT professionals use to manage databases and query the data they contain. SQL Server is tied to Transact-SQL (T-SQL), an implementation of SQL from Microsoft that adds a set of proprietary programming extensions to the standard language.
Between 1995 and 2016, Microsoft released 10 versions of SQL Server. Early versions were aimed primarily at departmental and workgroup applications, but Microsoft expanded SQL Server’s capabilities in subsequent ones, turning it into an enterprise-class relational DBMS that could compete with Oracle Database, DB2 and other rival platforms for high-end database uses. Over the years, Microsoft has also incorporated various data management and data analytics tools into SQL Server, as well as functionality to support new technologies that emerged, including the web, cloud computing and mobile devices.
Take our SQL Server courses – and take your skills to a whole new level as how to implement and manage database solutions, migrate to the cloud with the ability to scale on demand, work with powerful reporting features, and see how SQL Server integrates with SharePoint and Other Technologies.
Why this course
MSSQL has a prominent role in many top companies. In fact, it is a preferred choice for many businesses.
As rising technologies associated with big data and IoT dominate discussions regarding hard data is managed, MSSQL professionals are still critical for many organizations. In many cases, new skill sets are designed to supplement MSSQL where it is in use, and aren’t intended to replace the system. With that in mind, pursuing a career as a MSSQL can lead to strong job opportunities even as the use of data continues to grow and change.
Who can apply:
school students and students undergoing BCA, MCA, B.Tech/B.E, BSC, MSC, IT, PGDCA, Diploma Courses.
- Lectures 13 hours
- Video lecture 6h 20m
- Practical 24 hours
SQL Query Fundamentals
Query the Database
Querying Multiple Tables
Grouping and Sorting
Querying with Data Type Considerations
Subqueries and Table Expressions
Programming with T-SQL
Uses of triggers function and procedure
Using CLR Assemblies
Exploring an ASP.NET Web Application