SQL Server Advance Corruption Recovery Training

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AMWAY Malaysia stands tall within the AMWAY worldwide group as one of the top 10 performing affiliates backed by impressive indicators, such as sales turnover, profitability, and an ever-expanding ABO force.
Since its humble inception in 1976, AMWAY Malaysia has expanded to support the business of its ABOs with an extensive network of AMWAY Retail Shops and Regional Distribution Centres throughout Malaysia and Brunei.
In 1996, AMWAY Malaysia became the first-ever direct selling company to be listed on the Main Board of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. AMWAY is also the first direct selling company to be awarded a 10-year Direct Selling License by the Ministry of Domestic Trade Cooperatives and Consumerism (MDTCC) in 2010.

Our professional trainer conducted this course for 2 days to Amway Malaysia. This class gave them a wealth of practical SQL Server Advance Corruption Recovery techniques that they can put into production as soon as they return to work and we ensure they understand *why* and *how* a technique works rather than just what the technique is. This usually means we explain how SQL Server works internally while discussing a specific topic. Our aim was that they can apply what we taught them to any situation and justify their solution to their peers, management, or clients.

This course covered SQL Server 2005 through SQL Server 2014, and is essential for all SQL Server developers, DBAs, and architects. We will answer all your questions, to whatever depth you want to go.

Click here for more info regarding this training course.

Hamid J. Fard

I am SQL Server Data Platform Expert with more than 9 years’ of professional experience, I am currently Microsoft Certified Master: SQL Server 2008, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master: Charter-Data Platform, Microsoft Data Platform MVP and CIW Database Design Specialist. I also do Pig, Hive and Sqoop development regarding Hadoop Big Data platform. After a few years of being a production database administrator I jumped into the role of Data Platform Expert. Being a consultant allows me to work directly with customers to help solve questions regarding database issues for SQL Server.

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