Let’s be honest: “Learn SQL Server” isn’t exactly a one-and-done task. It’s a complex environment with endless if-then dependencies. And because the data industry is in constant motion, it can feel difficult to keep up.
It’s not impossible. You just need training you can trust from experts who’ve been where you are. We’ve helped thousands of data professionals learn practical skills so they can meet their specific challenges head-on. We can help you, too.
Wherever you fall on the data professional spectrum, we have courses to meet you where you are—and help you reach the next level.
To meet your time and budget requirements, detailed, technical content is available in three formats: on-demand, live streaming, and in-person.
You’re just starting with SQL Server, and you want to learn the right way to configure and manage your environment before you get in over your head.
These courses will give you the broad, foundational knowledge you need to keep the lights on: backups, maintenance, configuration, basic security, and troubleshooting.
These courses will help you become a performance tuning master – from configuration to strategies to workload analysis. And, you’ll also learn numerous tips on automation, run-book details, internals, and advanced troubleshooting.
You’ve realized the impact development has on system performance, but you’re not sure why. You need SQL skills.
In these courses, you’ll level-up your understanding of database objects, data integrity, object coding, database roles, and database-level security.
You know SQL Server well enough to design effective environments on your own, but that doesn’t mean you don’t occasionally get stuck.
With these courses, you can get help with large database design, system integration with other data sources, migrations, and high-availability architectures.
Keeping up with SQL Server is tough
We don’t just know SQL Server; we also know what it’s like to sit in your chair. Trying to stay ahead of the industry curve is overwhelming, and the pressure to perform is substantial. We created SQLskills so you can keep your knowledge current and your infrastructure moving forward.