Microsoft Exam 70-443
 
 

Microsoft Exam 70-443:
Designing Database Server Infrastructure Using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Training


  
Certify I.T Training's Microsoft Exam 70-443 training course PRO- Designing a Database Server Infrastructure by Using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 teaches database administrators to design a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 database infrastructure and to design security for database systems using Microsoft SQL Server 2005, how to monitor security and respond to threats and to design database solutions that meet the availability needs of their organization, emphasizing high availability, which includes thinking about the database itself and about their entire environment, including business needs; regulatory requirements; and network, systems, and database considerations during design. Students will also learn how to document and test the high availability database solution.

When you pass this exam, you earn credit towards the following certifications: MCITP Database Administrator.

Certify I.T Training offers you the most effective way to earn your Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS). Developers holding the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2008, Implementation and Maintenance certification have demonstrated the knowledge and skills necessary to work in environments in which SQL Server 2008 databases are central to their job roles.

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Microsoft Exam 70-443

 
 
Microsoft Exam 70-443, 1 Yr Access, & Technical Email Support, 1 Study guide, 40 hours Self Study, 1 Yr Technical Email Support, Training simulations.
 
 
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Microsoft Exam 70-443: Designing Database Server Infrastructure Using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Training

Course Outline

Designing High Availability Database Solutions Using Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Determining Appropriate High-Availability Solutions
Identifying High-Availability Requirements and Constraints
Analyzing High-Availability Requirements and Constraints
High-Availability Solution
Determining Storage Requirements for SQL Server Databases
Determining Storage Requirements for SQL Server Components and Files
Designing Storage Solutions for SQL Server Databases
Designing a Backup and Restore Strategy
Designing the Platform for Failover Clustering
Designing the SQL Server Cluster Implementation
Designing Recovery Strategies and a Test Plan for Failover Clustering
Migrating and Upgrading SQL Server Clusters
Designing an Operations Plan for Clustering
Introduction to Designing a Log Shipping Solution
Designing Log Shipping Server Roles and Topology
Designing a Log Shipping Upgrade Strategy
Designing an Operations Plan for Log Shipping
Introduction to Designing a Database Mirroring Solution
Designing Database Roles and Topology for Database Mirroring
Converting High-Availability Solutions to Database Mirroring
Designing an Operations Plan for Database Mirroring
Introduction to Designing a Replication Solution
Designing a Replication Solution
Designing a Replication Upgrade Strategy
Designing an Operations Plan for Replication
Evaluating Weaknesses in Each High-Availability Technology
Maximizing Availability by Combining High-Availability Technologies
Documenting High-Availability Solutions
Creating a Test Plan for High-Availability Solutions

Designing Security for Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Principles of Database Security
Security Standards
Methodology for Designing a SQL Server Security Policy
Monitoring SQL Server Security
Developing an Authentication Policy
Developing Server-Level Security Policies
Developing a Secure Communication Policy
Defining SQL Server Security-Monitoring Standards
Designing an Instance-Level Security Policy
Designing a Database-Level Security Policy
Designing an Object-Level Security Policy
Defining Security Monitoring Standards for Instances and Databases
Securing Data by Using Encryption and Certificates
Designing Data Encryption Policies
Determining a Key Storage Method
Analyzing Business and Regulatory Requirements
Determining the Exceptions and Their Impact
Constraints of Government Regulations
Designing a Response Policy for Virus and Worm Attacks
Designing a Response Policy for Denial of Service Attacks
Designing a Response Policy for Internal and SQL Injection Attacks

Designing a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Infrastructure
Estimating Storage Requirements
Estimating CPU Requirements
Estimating Memory Requirements
Estimating Network Requirements
Analyzing Capacity Needs
Identifying Requirements That Affect Data Archiving
Determining the Structure of Archival Data
Creating a Data Archival Plan
Overview of Database Server Consolidation
Designing a Database Server Consolidation Strategy
Selecting a Data Distribution Tool
Creating a Data Distribution Plan Using Replication
Evaluating the Current Database Server Infrastructure
Gathering Requirements for Changing a Database Server Infrastructure
Designing Modifications to a Database Server Infrastructure
Designing a Backup and Restore Strategy
Creating a Database Disaster Recovery Plan
Establishing Database Naming Conventions
Defining Database Standards

 
 
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