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SQL Server Replication Fundamentals LiveLessons (Downloadable Video)

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  • Copyright 2015
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-672-33732-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-672-33732-1

Nearly 4 Hours of Video Instruction

Everything you need to know in order to implement and work with SQL Server Replication! ( recorded using SQL Server 2014 )


Replication is a common method of moving from one SQL Server to another. It enables moving data to a reporting server, creating a basic failover site, providing data to development environments, and addresses many other issues. Most DBAs have or will encounter Replication when working with SQL server. The Replication system is large enough that it is often difficult to master without some form of training. SQL Server Replication Fundamentals LiveLessons provides the information needed in order to work with replication.

Description

Every SQL Server Admin in the market needs to understand Replication in order to do their jobs. Individuals in the accidental DBA category who find Replication installed on their system, also need to understand how to use it. This LiveLesson covers all the basic building blocks of Replication. Expert Eric Johnson begins with a basic overview of the components and terms and progress into advanced configuration and troubleshooting. There is a lot to learn in order to use Replication correctly. The configuration is very visual and often more easily explained with this medium than any other delivery mechanism. This LiveLesson uses the most current version of SQL Server, but almost all the content can be applied to SQL Server versions as far back as 2005, and in some cases, even older versions of SQL Server.

Skill Level

Beginner to Intermediate

What You Will Learn

* Help admins understand replication so they are able to configure and administer it in their environments.
* Teach crucial replication topics like troubleshooting, transactional publications, and monitoring.
* Provide the basic knowledge needed to be able to select an appropriate replication topology to solve the problem at hand.
* Give detailed knowledge of the parts of replication so that they may customize the configuration for their needs.
* Offer the ability to identify the type of replication in use and make the correct decisions regarding the administration of the servers running replication.

Who Should Take This Course

* SQL Server admins
* SQL Server developers
* Any developer, Administrator, or DBA that has to work with SQL Server

Course Requirements

* Some familiarity with SQL Server

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: Overview of SQL Server Replication
1.1 Define Replication
1.2 Identify Replication Types
1.3 Understand Server Roles
1.4 Identify Replication Agents

Lesson 2: Configuring Replication
2.1 Set up Distribution
2.2 Set up Publishing
2.3 Set up Subscribers

Lesson 3: Working with Snapshot Replication
3.1 Configure Snapshot Replication
3.2 Work with Snapshot Options and Settings
3.3 Generate Snapshots
3.4 Configure Snapshot Agent Profiles

Lesson 4: Working with Transactional Replication
4.1 Configure Transactional Replication
4.2 Create Subscriptions
4.3 Synchronize Transactional Subscriptions
4.4 Modify Publications
4.5 Understand Replication Stored Procedures
4.6 Configure Distribution Agent Profiles

Lesson 5: Working with Merge Replication
5.1 Configure Merge Replication
5.2 Synchronize Merge Subscriptions
5.3 Understand Replication Triggers
5.4 Configure Merge Agent Profiles

Lesson 6: Working with Peer-to-Peer
6.1 Configure Peer-to-Peer
6.2 Work with Peer-to-Peer Replication

Lesson 7: Special Considerations for Replication
7.1 Use Identities in Replication
7.2 Replicate Indexes and Foreign Keys
7.3 Understand the NOT FOR REPLICATION Option
7.4 Backup Replication with Scripts

Lesson 8: Configuring Replication Security
8.1 Configure the Publication Access List
8.2 Identify Accounts with Replication Access
8.3 Set up Permissions

Lesson 9: Troubleshooting and Monitoring Replication
9.1 Use Replication Monitor
9.2 Identify Replication System Tables
9.3 Use the Ignore Error Option
9.4 Understand the MSdistribution_status View

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