Join Adam Wilbert for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Database Fundamentals: Storage.
- I'd like to thank you for coming along…as we continue to explore Database Fundamentals.…Before we part I'd like to recommend a few other resources…that I think will help further…your exploration of databases.…First, keep your eye out for the other courses…is this Database Fundamentals series.…The next, and final course in the series…is Database Fundamentals: Administration.…Second, I'd like to recommend another great course…for you to consider.…Martin Guidry's Designing Database Solutions…for SQL Server 2012.…Among other topics, Martin covers normal forms…from a different perspective,…and discusses how to tune query performance…using the indexing systems that we explored here.…
Once again, my name is Adam Wilbert.…Feel free to say hi on twitter, you can find me @awilbert.…Thanks again for joining me,…and I hope to see you again real soon.…
Note: This course will also prepare certification candidates for the "Understanding data storage" domain of the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Exam 98-364, Database Administration Fundamentals. Find out more at https://www.microsoft.com/learning/en-us/exam-98-364.aspx.
- Reducing redundancy with normalization
- Fixing partial dependencies
- Creating primary keys
- Linking tables with foreign keys
- Creating clustered and nonclustered indexes
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating Normalized Tables
2. Adding Key Fields
3. Indexing Records
Adding a clustered index3m 46s
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