Microsoft 70-465: Designing Database Solutions

In this course you will learn how to plan and implement enterprise database infrastructure solutions by using SQL Server 2012 and other Microsoft technologies. This course will teach you how to consolidate SQL Server workloads, work with both on-premises and Microsoft Azure cloud-based solutions, and how to plan and implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions. You will learn how to create plans and designs for database structure, storage, objects, and servers.

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this course includes

10 Training Hours

56 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

15 Topics

40 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


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Cost Considerations


Stability and Familiarity

Learn the intricacies of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 in this detailed course.

Covering key aspects of SQL 2012, the training is designed for professionals seeking in-depth knowledge in database solutions. Gain practical insights into designing, implementing, and maintaining advanced SQL Server 2012 databases.


Module 1: Designing A Database Server Infrastructure

Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part1
Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part2
Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part3
Designing A Database Server Infrastructure-Part4
Considerations For Database Server Consolidation
Managing Server Resources

Module 2: Designing A Logical Database Scheme

Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part1
Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part2
Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part3
Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part4
Designing A Logical Database Scheme-Part5

Module 3: Designing A Physical Database Implementation

Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part1
Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part2
Designing A Physical Database Implementation-Part3

Module 4: Incorporating Data Files Into the Database

Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part1
Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part2
Incorporating Data Files Into The Database-Part3
Incorporating Data Files Into The Database Demo
Searching Data Files
Searching Data Files Demo

Module 5: Tuning Database Performance

Tuning Database Performance-Part1
Tuning Database Performance-Part2
Tuning Database Performance-Part3
Working With Query Plans-Part1
Working With Query Plans-Part2
Working With Query Plans-Part3
Working With Query Plans-Part4

Module 6: Designing Database Security

Designing Database Security-Part1
Designing Database Security-Part2
Contained Databases
Protecting Data With Encryption

Module 7: Policy Based Management

Policy Based Management
Policy Based Management Demo

Module 8: Monitoring Server Health

Monitoring Server Health
Monitoring Server Health Demo

Module 9: Designing Database Backup Solution

Designing Database Backup Solution-Part1
Designing Database Backup Solution-Part2
Designing Database Backup Solution-Part3
Designing Database Backup Solution-Part4
Disaster Recovery Plan-Part1
Disaster Recovery Plan-Part2

Module 10: Automating Multi Server Maintenance

Automating Multi Server Maintenance
Managing Multiple Servers

Module 11: Managing SQL Server With Windows Powershell

Managing SQL Server WIth Windows Powershell
Windows Powershell Lab

Module 12: Replicating Data

Replicating Data-Part1
Replicating Data-Part2
Replicating Data-Part3

Module 13: Planning High Availability

Planning High Availability-Part1
Planning High Availability-Part2

Module 14: Review of SQL Statements

Review Of SQL Statements-Part1
Review Of SQL Statements-Part2
Review Of SQL Statements-Part3

Module 15: Eleven Rules of Database Design

Eleven Rules Of Database Design

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Your Questions, Answered

What will I learn in the Microsoft 70-465 course?

In this course, you’ll learn to plan and implement enterprise database infrastructure solutions using SQL Server 2012 and other Microsoft technologies. You’ll get to work with both on-premises and Microsoft Azure cloud-based solutions, and learn how to plan for high availability and disaster recovery solutions. Basically, it’s all about creating plans and designs for database structure, storage, objects, and servers.

How is the course structured?

The course is pretty extensive with 10 training hours, 56 videos, and 15 topics. There are also 40 practice questions to help reinforce what you’ve learned.

I heard the associated exam has been retired. Is this course still useful?

Good question! Although the associated exam for this course has been retired, the course itself can still be a valuable resource for training. It’s a great way to deepen your understanding of SQL Server 2012 and related technologies.

Can SQL Server 2012 run on Windows 10?

Yes, SQL Server 2012 is compatible with Windows 10. However, ensure you have the latest service pack and updates installed for optimal performance and security.