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Catapult your skills to the top of the database server management field with lifetime access to over 50 hours of content and over 200 hours of lessons, with iCollege's MCSA SQL Server Certification Training Bundle. This bundle consists of two courses covering the Microsoft SQL Server (a.k.a. MSSQL Server) database environment, one of very few predominant data management systems serving multiple industries worldwide, all for just $19 (formally $598), or 96% off retail.

The two massive courses include:

  • Microsoft 70-764 SQL Server 2016, which teaches you how to administer a SQL database infrastructure. The course consists of 30.5 hours of content and 105 lessons designed to make you a certified Microsoft SQL Server 2016 administrator in one of today's most rewarding and lucrative IT fields. You'll learn to design and maintain databases, to configure data access, permissions, and user auditing. This course prepares you for Microsoft Certification Exam 70-764, thereby opening the door for you to administer SQL Servers Worldwide.
  • Microsoft 70-765 SQL Server 2016 and Azure, which teaches you how to provision SQL databases. Its 22.5 hours of content and 102 lessons prepare you for the Microsoft Certification Exam 70-765. This certifies that you can provision databases—plan and deploy SQL databases and instances, provision SQL Server databases on Azure Virtual Machines, and more—on Microsoft SQL Server 2016 and Microsoft Azure.

Previous customers have paid as much as $598 for these two courses combined. For a limited time, it can be yours for tiny fraction of that, just $19, or 96% off retail.


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