Data Management and Analytics Bundle

Data Management and Analytics Bundle

£295.00Price

Overview

 

  • Completion Certificate
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  • NEW State of the art platform
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  • 12 Months Access

MCSE Data Management and Analytics Bundle

Today’s IT Industry demands that professionals cover the latest technology on the marketplace.Many IT pro’s separate themselves from their competitors by achieving certifications in the most current technologies and giving themselves skill-sets that are unmatched by many of their peers.

With this package, students get certification of completion as well as skills on the latest Microsoft technologies on the market.

Once you have enrolled, you'll receive the following courses:

  • Microsoft 70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL server 2012 course.
  • Microsoft 70-462: Administering Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Database course.
  • Microsoft 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 course.
  • Microsoft 70-466: Implementing Data Models and Reports with Microsoft SQL Server Course.
  • Microsoft 70-467: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server Course.

The MCSE Data Management and Analytics bundle consists of 3 exams:

  • Microsoft 70-461: Querying SQL Server 2012
  • Microsoft 70-462: Administering SQL Server 2012 Databases
  • Microsoft 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with SQL Server 2012

After completing these 3 exams, you will earn your MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate): Windows SQL Server 2012 Certification.

Then you’ll need to pass one of the following exams to earn your MCSE: Data Management and Analytics certification.

  • Microsoft 70-466: Implementing Data Models and Reports with Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Microsoft 70-467: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with Microsoft SQL Server.

Course Outline

By purchasing the bundle, you'll learn the following:

Microsoft 70-461: Querying SQL Server 2012

Module 1

  • 1.1 Introduction to SQL Server 2012
  • 1.2 SQL Instances
  • 1.3 Editions and Licensing
  • 1.4 SQL Server Objects
  • 1.5 System Databases
  • 1.6 SQL Server Data Tools
  • 1.7 Object Explorer
  • 1.8 Object Scripting
  • 1.9 Template Explorer
  • 1.10 Query Tabs
  • 1.11 Projects and Solutions
  • 1.12 Customizing SSDT
  • 1.13 Debugging T-SQL
  • 1.14 SQLCMD
  • 1.15 Exam Scenarios
  • 1.16 Module Review

Module 2

  • 2.1 T-SQL Overview
  • 2.2 T-SQL Elements
  • 2.3 Batch Separators
  • 2.4 Line Terminator
  • 2.5 Variables
  • 2.6 Control Flow
  • 2.7 Expressions
  • 2.8 Functions
  • 2.9 Predicates and Operators
  • 2.10 SELECT
  • 2.11 Column Aliasing
  • 2.12 SELECT Execution
  • 2.13 Exam Scenarios
  • 2.14 Module Review

Module 3

  • 3.1 SELECT Statements
  • 3.2 Basic SELECT Statement
  • 3.3 Specifying Columns
  • 3.4 Derived Columns
  • 3.5 Aliasing Columns
  • 3.6 Calculated Columns
  • 3.7 Ordering Results
  • 3.8 Returning Distinct Results
  • 3.9 Exam Scenarios
  • 3.10 Module Review

Module 4

  • 4.1 Filtering
  • 4.2 WHERE Syntax
  • 4.3 BETWEEN
  • 4.4 WHERE Syntax IN
  • 4.5 Filtering NULL Values
  • 4.6 LIKE
  • 4.7 Data Type Comparison
  • 4.8 Filtering Data with WHERE
  • 4.9 TOP
  • 4.10 OFFSET-FETCH
  • 4.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 4.12 Module Review

Module 5

  • 5.1 Join and Set Operators
  • 5.2 Using Joins
  • 5.3 Categories of Joins
  • 5.4 INNER JOIN
  • 5.5 OUTER JOIN
  • 5.6 JOIN Demo
  • 5.7 Set Operators
  • 5.8 Set Operators Demo
  • 5.9 Exam Scenarios
  • 5.10 Module Review

Module 6

  • 6.1 Subqueries and Table Expressions
  • 6.2 Subqueries
  • 6.3 Self Contained Subquery
  • 6.4 Correlated Subquery
  • 6.5 Subquery Demo
  • 6.6 EXISTS
  • 6.7 Common Table Expressions
  • 6.8 Temporary Tables
  • 6.9 Table Variables
  • 6.10 Table Demo
  • 6.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 6.12 Module Review

Module 7

  • 7.1 System Functions
  • 7.2 Scalar Functions
  • 7.3 ROWSET
  • 7.4 System Function Demo
  • 7.5 Aggregate Functions
  • 7.6 DISTINCT
  • 7.7 Aggregation Demo
  • 7.8 GROUP BY
  • 7.9 HAVING
  • 7.10 Conversion Functions
  • 7.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 7.12 Module Review

Module 8

  • 8.1 T-SQL Programming
  • 8.2 Logical Functions
  • 8.3 IIF, CHOOSE and CASE
  • 8.4 Logical Function Demo
  • 8.5 Using Views
  • 8.6 Stored Procedures
  • 8.7 Functions
  • 8.8 Triggers
  • 8.9 Views Demo
  • 8.10 TRY CATCH
  • 8.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 8.12 Module Review

Module 9

  • 9.1 Transactions
  • 9.2 Introduction to Transactions
  • 9.3 INSERT and UPDATE
  • 9.4 DELETE and TRUNCATE
  • 9.5 Transactions Demo
  • 9.6 Managing Transactions
  • 9.7 XACT_ABORT
  • 9.8 Managing Transactions Demo
  • 9.10 Exam Scenarios
  • 9.11 Module Review

Module 10

  • 10.1 Query Performance
  • 10.2 Indexing
  • 10.3 Index Strategies
  • 10.4 Indexes Demo
  • 10.5 Execution Plans
  • 10.6 Statistics IO
  • 10.7 Execution Plans Demo
  • 10.8 Exam Scenarios
  • 10.9 Module Review
  • 10.10 Program Review

Microsoft 70-462: Administering SQL Server 2012 Databases

Module 1

  • 1.1 Introduction to SQL Server 2012
  • 1.2 SQL Instances
  • 1.3 Editions and Licensing
  • 1.4 SQL Server Objects
  • 1.5 System Databases
  • 1.6 SQL Server Data Tools
  • 1.7 Object Explorer
  • 1.8 Object Scripting
  • 1.9 Template Explorer
  • 1.10 Query Tabs
  • 1.11 Projects and Solutions
  • 1.12 Customizing SSDT
  • 1.13 Debugging T-SQL
  • 1.14 SQLCMD
  • 1.15 Exam Scenarios
  • 1.16 Module Review

Module 2

  • 2.1 T-SQL Overview
  • 2.2 T-SQL Elements
  • 2.3 Batch Separators
  • 2.4 Line Terminator
  • 2.5 Variables
  • 2.6 Control Flow
  • 2.7 Expressions
  • 2.8 Functions
  • 2.9 Predicates and Operators
  • 2.10 SELECT
  • 2.11 Column Aliasing
  • 2.12 SELECT Execution
  • 2.13 Exam Scenarios
  • 2.14 Module Review

Module 3

  • 3.1 SELECT Statements
  • 3.2 Basic SELECT Statement
  • 3.3 Specifying Columns
  • 3.4 Derived Columns
  • 3.5 Aliasing Columns
  • 3.6 Calculated Columns
  • 3.7 Ordering Results
  • 3.8 Returning Distinct Results
  • 3.9 Exam Scenarios
  • 3.10 Module Review

Module 4

  • 4.1 Filtering
  • 4.2 WHERE Syntax
  • 4.3 BETWEEN
  • 4.4 WHERE Syntax IN
  • 4.5 Filtering NULL Values
  • 4.6 LIKE
  • 4.7 Data Type Comparison
  • 4.8 Filtering Data with WHERE
  • 4.9 TOP
  • 4.10 OFFSET-FETCH
  • 4.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 4.12 Module Review

Module 5

  • 5.1 Join and Set Operators
  • 5.2 Using Joins
  • 5.3 Categories of Joins
  • 5.4 INNER JOIN
  • 5.5 OUTER JOIN
  • 5.6 JOIN Demo
  • 5.7 Set Operators
  • 5.8 Set Operators Demo
  • 5.9 Exam Scenarios
  • 5.10 Module Review

Module 6

  • 6.1 Subqueries and Table Expressions
  • 6.2 Subqueries
  • 6.3 Self Contained Subquery
  • 6.4 Correlated Subquery
  • 6.5 Subquery Demo
  • 6.6 EXISTS
  • 6.7 Common Table Expressions
  • 6.8 Temporary Tables
  • 6.9 Table Variables
  • 6.10 Table Demo
  • 6.11 Exam Scenarios
  • 6.12 Module Review

Microsoft 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with SQL Server 2012

Module 1: Introduction to Data Warehouses

  • 1.1 Overview of Data Warehouses
  • 1.2 Examine Data Warehousing Concepts
  • 1.3 Introduction to Data Analysis and Reporting Concepts

Module 2: Creating Dimensions and Changing Granularity of Dimensions

  • 2.1 Create Dimensions
  • 2.2 Change Granularity

Module 3: Creating Fact Tables and Column store Indexes

  • 3.1 Create Fact Tables
  • 3.2 Create Column store Indexes

Module 4: Implementing Data Warehouses in SQL Server 2012

  • 4.1 Overview of Data Warehouse Components
  • 4.2 Install Integration Services

Module 5: Working with Integration Services

  • 5.1 Create an SSIS Project
  • 5.2 Add Packages to an SSIS Project

Module 6: Managing Control Flow

  • 6.1 Deploy a Control Flow
  • 6.2 Execute Packages from Different Control Flow

Module 7: Working with Dynamic Variables

  • 7.1 Create Expressions with Variables
  • 7.2 Create Package Templates

Module 8: Implementing Data Flow

  • 8.1 Add Data Flow Components to a Data Flow Task
  • 8.2 Perform Transformation Tasks
  • 8.3 Track Changed Data

Module 9: Managing Data Flow

  • 9.1 Add Script Tasks and Script Components to an SSIS Package
  • 9.2 Profile OLTP Data
  • 9.3 Cleanse Data Using DQS

Module 10: Managing SSIS Package Execution

  • 10.1 Execute SSIS Packages on the Server
  • 10.2 Configure the Package Execution Strategy

Module 11: Debugging and Troubleshooting Packages

  • 11.1 Debug Package Execution Components
  • 11.2 Troubleshoot Package Failures

Module 12: Deploying Packages

  • 12.1 Deploy SSIS Packages
  • 12.2 Examine MSI Packages

Module 13: Securing Packages and Databases

  • 13.1 Secure Packages
  • 13.2 Secure Databases

Module 14: Working with MDS and Windows Azure

  • 14.1 Configure MDS
  • 14.2 Work with MDS Databases
  • 14.3 Work with Windows Azure

Microsoft 70-466: Implementing Data Models & Reports with SQL Server 2012

Module 1: Introduction to Business Intelligence and Data Modeling

  • 1.1 Introduction to Business Intelligence and Data Modeling Part 1
  • 1.2 Introduction to Business Intelligence and Data Modeling Part 2
  • 1.3 The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 1
  • 1.4 The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 2
  • 1.5 The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 3
  • 1.6 The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 4

Module 2: Implementing Reports The SQL Server Reporting Services

  • 2.1 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 1
  • 2.2 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 2
  • 2.3 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 3
  • 2.4 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 4
  • 2.5 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 5
  • 2.6 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 6
  • 2.7 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 7
  • 2.8 Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 8

Module 3: Supporting Self Service Reporting

  • 3.1 Supporting Self Service Reporting Part 1
  • 3.2 Supporting Self Service Reporting Part 2

Module 4: Managing Report Execution and Delivery

  • 4.1 Managing Report Execution and Delivery
  • 4.2 Managing Report Execution
  • 4.3 Subscriptions and Data Alerts

Module 5: Creating Multidimensional Databases

  • 5.1 Creating Multidimensional Databases
  • 5.2 Creating Data Sources and Data Source Views
  • 5.3 Creating and Browsing a Cube

Module 6: Working with Cubes and Dimensions

  • 6.1 Working with Cubes and Dimensions
  • 6.2 Sorting and Grouping Attributes

Module 7: Working with Measures and Measure Groups

  • 7.1 Working with Measures and Measure Groups

Module 8: Introduction to MDX

  • 8.1 Introduction to MDX
  • 8.2 Adding Calculations to A Cube

Module 9: Customizing Cube Functionality

  • 9.1 Customizing Cube Functionality Part 1
  • 9.2 Customizing Cube Functionality Part 2
  • 9.3 Customizing Cube Functionality Part 3

Module 10: Implementing A Tabular Data Model

  • 10.1 Implementing A Tabular Data Model Part 1
  • 10.2 Implementing A Tabular Data Model Part 2

Module 11: Introduction to DAX

  • 11.1 Introduction to DAX
  • 11.2 Demonstration Making a Tabular Model Part 1
  • 11.3 Demonstration Making a Tabular Model Part 2
  • 11.4 Using DAX

Module 12: Implementing an Analysis Services Tabular Data Model

  • 12.1 Implementing an Analysis Services Tabular Data Model Part 1
  • 12.2 Implementing an Analysis Services Tabular Data Model Part 2
  • 12.3 Deploying A Tabular Data Model

Module 13: SQL Analysis Services

  • 13.1 SQL Analysis Services Part 1
  • 13.2 SQL Analysis Services Part 2

Module 14: Creating Data Visualizations with Power View

  • 14.1 Creating Data Visualizations with Power View

Module 15: Supporting Self Service Reporting

  • 15.1 Supporting Self Service Reporting

Module 16: Performing Predictive Analysis with Data Mining

  • 16.1 Performing Predictive Analysis with Data Mining
  • 16.2 Using the Data Mining Wizard

Module 17: Predictive Analytics

  • 17.1 Predictive Analytics Part 1
  • 17.2 Predictive Analytics Part 2

Microsoft 70-467: Designing Business Intelligence Solutions with SQL Server 2012

Module 1: Intro to Business Intelligence

  • 1.1 The Business Intelligence Solution
  • 1.2 Overview of Business Intelligence
  • 1.3 BI and Power Pivot Demo
  • 1.4 ETL Intro
  • 1.5 Designing Data Warehouses
  • 1.6 Design for Speed
  • 1.7 BI Semantic Model

Module 2: Database Essentials

  • 2.1 Basic Database Objects Demo
  • 2.2 Stored Procedures and Triggers Demo
  • 2.3 Database Clusters Demo
  • 2.4 SQL Server Management
  • 2.5 Table Triggers
  • 2.6 DB Configuring Options
  • 2.7 DB Backup
  • 2.8 DB Files and Restore

Module 3: Business Intelligence Development

  • 3.1 Using SQL Server Data Tools Demo
  • 3.2 Building an IS Integration Services Package Demo
  • 3.3 Loading Data from Remote Sources Demo
  • 3.4 Processing Data from Web Service Demo

Module 4: Business Intelligence Results

  • 4.1 Report Building Intro Setup Demo
  • 4.2 Using Report Builder Demo
  • 4.3 Reporting from Multiple Tables Demo
  • 4.4 Report Function and Matrix Demo
  • 4.5 Interactive Reports Demo
  • 4.6 Sorting Report Data Demo

Module 5: Advanced Reporting and Development

  • 5.1 Drill Through Reports
  • 5.2 Data Visualization
  • 5.3 Creating Store Procedure from Scratch
  • 5.4 Memory Optimize Table

Module 6: SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)

  • 6.1 Building Our First Integration Project
  • 6.2 Data Transformation
  • 6.3 Introduction to Big Data
  • 6.4 Transformation Using Store Procedure
  • 6.5 Transformation Using SSIS
  • 6.6 Building Fact Table Using Store Procedure
  • 6.7 Building Fact Table Using SSIS

Module 7: SQL Server 2014 New Features

  • 7.1 Backup Enhancements
  • 7.2 Index Enhancements
  • 7.3 Online DB Enhancements
  • 7.4 Back Up to The Cloud
  • 7.5 Partition Data

Module 8: Course Review and Exam Prep

  • 8.1 BI Review
  • 8.2 SharePoint Overview
  • 8.3 SharePoint Demo
  • 8.4 Exam Preparation
  • 8.5 Before You Take the Exam