The 70-762 Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands on skills Microsoft SQL Server 2016. By completing the lab tasks, you will improve your practical skills in designing and implementing database objects, implementing programmability objects, managing database concurrency and optimizing database objects and SQL infrastructure.
These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the Microsoft 70-762 Developing SQL Databases exam.
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Designing a Relational Database Schema
Best Practices in Index Creation
Creating and Implementing Views
Creating Columnstore Indexes
Maintaining Columnstore Indexes
Effects of Contraints on DML Statements
Creating Stored Procedures with Parameters
Error Handling and Streamlining Stored Procedures
Creating User-Defined Functions
Impact of Transactions on DML Statements
Implicit and Explicit Transactions – Creating Savepoints
Manage Isolation Levels
Serializable and Snapshot
Identifying and Analyzing Locking Issues
Implementing Memory-Optimized Tables and Native Stored Procedures
Optimizing Query Plans Part 1
Optimizing Query Plans Part 2
Monitoring Performance using SQL Trace and Extended Events
Optimizing Performance for Database Instances Part 1
Optimizing Performance for Database Instances Part 2