The Microsoft SQL Server 2016: Provisioning SQL Databases course prepares you for the Certification Exam 70-765. By the end of this course, you will be able to provision databases on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and Microsoft Azure. This course is intended for IT professionals responsible for installing and maintaining a SQL Server 2016 environment. Passing the exam provides you credit toward the Microsoft MCSA certification.70
This exam (70-365) is intended for our students in architect, senior developers, infrastructure specialists, and development leads. Students have a working knowledge of the various cloud service models and service model architectures, data storage options, and data synchronization techniques. Students should also have a working knowledge of deployment models, upgrading and migrating databases, and applications and services, in addition to integrating Azure applications with external resources.
Exam 70-365 is one of two tests you must pass to earn a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): 2016 Database Administration certification. This course supplies you with the knowledge you need to pass the 70-765 – SQL Server 2016. It is also a practical introduction to Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform service. It covers the processes, implications, technologies, and actions involved in utilizing SQL Server in the cloud in both PaaS and IaaS environments. After you learn how to create and use a free Microsoft Azure subscription, you will get hands-on experience with SQL Server in various cloud-based configurations, giving you an understanding of the implications and purposes for various options.
About the Microsoft SQL Server 2016 (70-765) Exam
The following primary skill sets are part of this exam.
Implement SQL in Azure (40–45%)
Manage databases and instances (30-35%)
Manage Storage (30–35%)
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