C++ Fundamentals Boot Camp - 2 Days
Course Length: 2 days
Discover the peculiar feature points of C++ with C++ Fundamentals, and lay a solid foundation of C++ knowledge. Get a hands-on, practical introduction to low-level programming with C and C++.
C++ Fundamentals begins by introducing you to the C++ syntax. You will study the semantics of variables along with their advantages and trade-offs, and see how they can be best used to write safe and efficient code. With the help of this course, you’ll be able to compile fully working C++ programs and understand how variables, references, and pointers can be used to manipulate the state of the program. You will then explore functions and classes— the features that C++ offers to organize a program—and use them to solve more complex problems. You’ll also understand common pitfalls and modern best practices, especially the ones that diverge from the C++98 guideline.
As you advance through the chapters, you’ll study the advantages of generic programming and write your own templates to make generic algorithms that work with any type. This C++ course will guide you in fully exploiting standard containers and understanding how to pick the appropriate container for each problem. You will even work with a variety of memory management tools in C++.By the end of the course, you'll be equipped with all that you need to know to develop robust and high performance infrastructure.
By the end of this course, you will not only be able to write efficient code, but also be equipped to improve the readability, performance, and maintainability of your programs using standard algorithms.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Work with the C++ compilation model and syntaxes
- Apply best practices for writing functions and classes
- Write safe, generic, and efficient code with templates
- Explore the containers that C++ standard offers
- Discover the new paradigms introduced with C++11, C++14, and C++17
- Get to grips with the core language features of C++
- Abstract complex problems using object-oriented programming in C++
This course is intended for individuals having prior programming knowledge. This course is not for beginners who have chosen C++ as their first programming language.
If you’re a developer looking to learn a new powerful language or are familiar with C++ but want to update your knowledge with modern paradigms of C++11, C++14, and C++17, this course is for you. To easily understand the concepts in the course, you must be familiar with the basics of programming.
Lesson 1: Getting Started with SQL Server HA and DR
- What is High Availability and Disaster Recovery?
- HA and DR Terminologies
- SQL Server HA and DR Solutions
- Introduction to SQL Server Replication
- Types of Replication
- Configuring Snapshot Replication Using SQL Server Management Studio
- Optimizing Snapshot Replication
Lesson 2: Transactional Replication
- Understanding Transactional Replication
- Configuring Transactional Replication
- Azure SQL Database as a Subscriber in Transaction Replication
- Understanding Peer-To-Peer Transactional Replication
- Configuring Peer-To-Peer Transactional Replication
- Modifying an Existing Publication
Lesson 3: Monitoring Transactional Replication
- The Replication Monitor
- Real-World Transactional Replication Problems and Solutions
- Conflicts in Peer-to-Peer Transactional Replication
Lesson 4: AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- AlwaysOn Availability Group Concepts and Terminology
- AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Creating Hyper-V VMs
- Active Directory Domain Controller
- Installing the SQL Server Developer Edition
- Windows Server Failover Cluster
- Configuring AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- AlwaysOn Availability Groups on Microsoft Azure
Lesson 5: Managing AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- AlwaysOn AG Failover
- Managing AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Monitoring AlwaysOn Availability Groups
- Troubleshooting AlwaysOn Availability Groups
Lesson 6: Configuring and Managing Log Shipping
- Configuring Log Shipping
- Managing and Monitoring Log Shipping
- Troubleshooting Common Log Shipping Issues
- Comparing AlwaysOn, Replication, and Log Shipping