Des Moines SQL Server Training
SQL Server is Microsoft’s enterprise database management system. In addition to supporting querying via ANSI SQL and its own Transact-SQL (T-SQL), SQL Server also supports extensive business Intelligence features. These include Reporting Services (for creating and disseminating reports), Integration Services (for moving and transforming data between SQL Server and other data sources), and Analysis Services (for online analytic processing and data mining).
Accelebrate offers classes on all recent versions, including 2012, 2008 R2, and SQL Server 2008 training.
Developers working with SQL Server should learn Transact-SQL (T-SQL), which is Microsoft’s flavor of SQL, the universal language used for querying and interacting with relational databases. Administrators are encouraged to take one of Accelebrate’s SQL Server administration classes.
Developers, administrators, and analysts all benefit from Accelebrate’s SQL Server Business Intelligence training, including SSAS training (Analysis Services and the related MDX query language), SSIS training (Integration Services), and SSRS training (Reporting Services).
We would be delighted to have any of our course offerings customized for your team. In addition, some courses are available as live, online classes for individuals.
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SQL Server 2014 Training 19 Courses
SQL Server 2012 Training 12 Courses
SQL Server 2008 Training 13 Courses
SSRS Training 8 Courses
SSAS Training 5 Courses
SSIS Training 5 Courses
Transact SQL Training 6 Courses
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SQL Server Tutorial Resources
The tutorials are provided for your education and enjoyment and are not warranted in any way.
The following tutorials are excerpts from Accelebrate's Introduction to SQL Server 2008 training. These tutorials use Microsoft's AdventureWorks and AdventureWorks BI databases, available from CodePlex.
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