Introduction to SQL Server 2017
Module Goal: Describe key capabilities and components of SQL Server 2017
- Overview of SQL Server 2017
- Functionality across versions
What's new in SQL Server Performance, Scalability, and Availability.
This module introduces the performance enhancements provided by Adaptive Query Processing and Automatic Tuning, as well
as the scalability and availability enhancements provided by new Availability Group architectures, including Read-Scale
Availability Groups and Availability Groups with SQL Server on Linux
- Adaptive query processing
- Automatic tuning
- Availability Scalability
What's New in SQL Server data Access
SQL Server 2017 introduces SQL Graph which enables you to define the relationships between your data items in a table rather
than calculating them during a query, reducing the query cost and simplifying your data structure.
What's new in SQL Server Reporting and BI
This module describes whatï¿½s new in SQL Server reporting and BI.
- Power BI report Server
- Reporting Services update
New and Enhanced Features in SQL Server Analysis Services
This module introduces new and enhanced features in SQL Server Analysis Services, with particular emphasis on the tabular
New and Enhanced data Analytics Features
This module introduces new and enhanced data analytics features.
- New and enhanced data analytics features
What's new in SQL Server in the Cloud
Organizations want the best value from a mixture of cloud services and their existing investment in on-premises hardware
and software. This module covers a comparison between the features of Microsoft Azure SQL Database and Microsoft SQL Server
2017, as well as new features that make it easier for you to migrate databases from on-premises SQL Server instances to
Azure SQL Database.
- Azure SQL database features
- Managed Instances
SQL Server on Linux
This module covers the features of SQL Server on Linux, as well as the process for deploying SQL Server on Linux and using
- SQL Server on Linux
- Deploying SQL Server on Linux
is aimed at database professionals looking to update their skills to cover SQL Server 2017.
The primary audience for this course is existing database professionals with experience of SQL Server 2016 who want to update
their skills to SQL Server 2017.
The secondary audience is existing SQL Server 2016 MCSAs who want to prepare for the Upgrade exam for SQL Server 2017 certification.