How To Begin Your Career As a SQL Server DBA
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Your First Step In Becoming A Production SQL Server DBA
Congratulations are in order for having chosen to pursue the path of the DBA. YOU'VE made an EXCELLENT decision and one that I have no doubt will be very rewarding should you so wish.
As with any serious endeavor, YOU want to give YOURSELF the very best possible start in order to ensure things can move forward.
This course focuses on what YOU need to know in order to become a REAL WORLD SQL Server DBA.
SQL Server is one of the most complicated software offerings Microsoft has. It requires YOU have a foundation in networks, databases and programming. This wide range of skills is often difficult to obtain without rigorous learning and years of hands on experience.
The REWARDS YOU will OBTAIN are worth effort. Here are just a few. DBAs are very well compensated. YOU will get to work with some of the SMARTEST people in the IT world. You'll LEARN something EVERY DAY. The profession has been and will continue to be one of the highest growth professions.
SQL Server Database Administrators are responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of SQL Server Databases. The role also includes architecting, building and scaling databases for future data growth and capacity.
DBA are also responsible for security, performance and availability of data to users and customers.
This course will give you some direction on how to begin your journey as a SQL Server DBA. I don't want to create any false promises. In addition to years of experience most Senior Level SQL Server resources have read a voluminous amount of product related material.
WE have to start somewhere and THIS COURSE will provide you with the REAL WORLD insight YOU need in order to start your journey.
If YOU are seriously interested in either starting out on the path to becoming a SQL Server Database Administrator the YOU'LL need two key ingredients. Experience and product knowledge. Experience might not be easy to get but it will be impossible if you don't have a very solid foundation in SQL Server.