SQL Server for Network Administrators

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Problem

My job function is a Network Administrator, not a SQL Server DBA or Developer, but I work with SQL Server on a regular basis.  I could use some pointers to improve my skills.  What would be a good SQL Server primer for me?  What are some high level SQL Server topics that I should be aware of for my regular tasks?  Where can I get some additional information to brush up on my skills?

Solution

You are not alone, at some organizations Network Administrators either handle the DBA tasks they are capable of handling then work with external resources to fill-in the gaps or work with the DBA team on regular basis.  As such, below outlines some key SQL Server aspects for Network Administrators:

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MSSQLTips author Jeremy Kadlec Jeremy Kadlec is a Co-Founder, Editor and Author at MSSQLTips.com with more than 300 contributions. He is also the CTO @ Edgewood Solutions and a six-time SQL Server MVP. Jeremy brings 20+ years of SQL Server DBA and Developer experience to the community after earning a bachelorís degree from SSU and masterís from UMBC.

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