Implementing a Relational Database in Microsoft Azure SQL Database
This hands-on course explores Azure SQL Database. Security, data sync, automatic backups, scheduled jobs, and more are covered. Empower your modern applications by leveraging this high-performance, highly-available relational database in the cloud.
What you'll learn
Azure SQL Database is Microsoft's main relational database management system offering in the cloud. Getting the most out of this sophisticated service can be a challenge.
In this course, Implementing a Relational Database in Microsoft Azure SQL Database, you will gain the ability to quickly provision and configure your relational database in the cloud.
First, you will learn which deployment option best suits your project. Next, you will discover the automatic backup and data sync features. Finally, you will explore how to create database scheduled jobs to meet your data management and other needs.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure SQL Database needed to deploy and run your relational databases in the cloud.
Table of contents
- Overview 2m
- IaaS vs. PasS Azure Database Offerings 4m
- Comparing IaaS and PasS Offerings 3m
- Azure SQL Database Deployment Options 2m
- Azure SQL Database Purchasing Models 3m
- Azure SQL Database Service Tiers 3m
- Demo: Provisioning an IaaS SQL Server Workload 7m
- Demo: Provisioning a PaaS Workload 4m
- Summary 2m
- Overview 1m
- Understanding Azure SQL Database Single Database 2m
- Provisioning Azure SQL Database Single Database 3m
- Understanding Azure SQL Database Elastic Pools 4m
- Securing Azure SQL Database 4m
- Demo: Provisioning Azure SQL Single Database 7m
- Demo: Configuring Azure SQL Security and Connectivity 6m
- Demo: Provisioning Azure SQL Elastic Pools 8m
- Demo: Scaling Azure SQL Databases 2m
- Summary 1m
A relational database management system is one of the most common types of databases, used for storing data in organized tables such that they can be more easily analyzed and utilized in tandem with other sets of data. Relational databases are known for the heavy use of tables, columns, and rows.