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Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Data Warehouse Implementation (Exam 70-463) Boot Camp - 5 Days - elite-it-training-center

Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Data Warehouse Implementation (Exam 70-463) Boot Camp - 5 Days

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Course Specifications

Course Length:

5 days

Test voucher included: YES

Course Description


You have created databases and performed database administration tasks. As business expands, organizations build data warehouses to manage the huge volumes of data and obtain strategic information from it. To meet these requirements, you will create dimension tables and fact tables and implement them in a data warehouse in SQL Server 2012.

You will also perform ETL operations by creating SSIS packages, managing a control flow and data flow, executing packages, and troubleshooting errors. To ensure the smooth functioning of the ETL operations, you will manage SSIS packages and secure them. In addition to these tasks, you will work with master data and access databases in the Windows Azure cloud platform. By familiarizing yourself with these tasks, you can implement a data warehouse in your organization that suits the requirements of your business. In this course, you will implement a data warehouse.

Course Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to implement data warehouse in Microsoft SQL Server 2012.

You will:

  • Identify the Basic Features of Data Warehouses and Data Warehousing Concepts
  • Create Dimensions and Change Granularity of Dimensions
  • Create Fact Tables and ColumnStore Indexes
  • Implement Data Warehouses in SQL Server 2012
  • Work with Integration Services
  • Manage Control Flow
  • Work with Dynamic Variables
  • Implement Data Flow
  • Manage Data Flow Capabilities
  • Manage SSIS Packages Execution
  • Debug and Troubleshoot Packages
  • Deploy Packages
  • Secure Packages and Databases
  • Work with MDS and Windows Azure


Target Student:

This course is designed for Extract Transform Load (ETL) and Data Warehouse developers who are already handling the creation and implementation of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions such as data cleansing, ETL, and implementing Data Warehouse. This course is also intended for database professionals who aspire to become a BI developer and want to gain hands on experience on creating BI solutions.

The primary responsibilities of the students may include the following:

  • Implement a data warehouse
  • Develop SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages for data extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL)
  • Synchronize data, migrate data, and manipulate and transform ad hoc data
  • Enforce data integrity using Master Data Services
  • Cleanse data using Data Quality Services
  • Migrate application or one-time data
  • Schedule ETL jobs
  • Manage, configure, and deploy SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) packages

This course is also for students who are seeking the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification and who want to take the exam 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 as a stand-alone, or as part of the requirement for the MCSA: SQL Server 2012; MCSE: Data Platform; MCSE: Business Intelligence certifications.


To ensure your success in this course, you should have:

  • A minimum of two years of experience in administering relational databases
  • Designed a normalized database
  • Created tables and relationships
  • Used query with Transact-SQL
  • Basic knowledge on key business priorities such as revenue, profitability, and financial accounting
  • Basic Knowledge in programming constructs such as looping and branching
  • Relational Database Design Courses
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Database Querying (Exam 70-461)
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012: Database Administration (Exam 70-462)

Course Content

Lesson 1: Introduction to Data Warehouses

Topic A: Overview of Data Warehouses

Topic B: Examine Data Warehousing Concepts

Topic C: Introduction to Data Analysis and Reporting Concepts

Lesson 2: Creating Dimensions and Changing Granularity of Dimensions

Topic A: Create Dimensions

Topic B: Change Granularity

Lesson 3: Creating Fact Tables and Columnstore Indexes

Topic A: Create Fact Tables

Topic B: Create Columnstore Indexes

Lesson 4: Implementing Data Warehouses in SQL Server 2012

Topic A: Overview of Data Warehouse Components

Topic B: Install Integration Services

Lesson 5: Working with Integration Services

Topic A: Create an SSIS Project

Topic B: Add Packages to an SSIS Project

Lesson 6: Managing Control Flow

Topic A: Deploy a Control Flow

Topic B: Execute Packages from Different Control Flow

Lesson 7: Working with Dynamic Variables

Topic A: Create Expressions with Variables

Topic B: Create Package Templates

Lesson 8: Implementing Data Flow

Topic A: Add Data Flow Components to a Data Flow Task

Topic B: Perform Transformation Tasks

Topic C: Track Changed Data

Lesson 9: Managing Data Flow

Topic A: Add Script Tasks and Script Components to an SSIS Package

Topic B: Profile OLTP Data

Topic C: Cleanse Data Using DQS

Lesson 10: Managing SSIS Package Execution

Topic A: Execute SSIS Packages on the Server

Topic B: Configure the Package Execution Strategy

Lesson 11: Debugging and Troubleshooting Packages

Topic A: Debug Package Execution Components

Topic B: Troubleshoot Package Failures

Lesson 12: Deploying Packages

Topic A: Deploy SSIS Packages

Topic B: Examine MSI Packages

Lesson 13: Securing Packages and Databases

Topic A: Secure Packages

Topic B: Secure Databases

Lesson 14: Working with MDS and Windows Azure

Topic A: Configure MDS

Topic B: Work with MDS Databases

Topic C: Work with Windows Azure

Appendix A: Exam 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012