This Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) IT Professional curriculum prepares certification students for success every step of the way. This 70-413 Designing and Implementing a Server InfrastructureÂ exam courseÂ is the first of a series of two exams Microsoft Certified Solutions Associates (MCSE) candidates are required to passÂ toÂ gain theÂ MCSE: Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 certification.Â These MCSEÂ exams test the skills and knowledge necessary to design, implement, and maintain a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure in an enterprise scaled, highly virtualized environment. Passing these exams confirms students’ ability to plan, configure, and implement the Windows Server 2012 services, such as server deployment, server virtualization, and network access and infrastructure.Â Â This complete ready-to-teach MOAC program is mapped to all of the exam objectives.
This book is for students preparing to become certified for the recent Microsoft release, 70-463 Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 exam. This exam is the third of a series of three exams required for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): SQL Server 2012 certification. The Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) lessons correlate and are mapped to The Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) Exam 70-463 certification exam. Students preparing for this exam master skills as they pursue careers as ETL and Data Warehouse Developers. They are most likely to focus on hands-on work creating business intelligence (BI) solutions including data cleansing, Extract Transform Load (ETL), and Data Warehouse implementation. This book covers the following skills:
The MOAC IT Professional series is the Official from Microsoft, turn-key Workforce training program that leads to professional certification and was authored for college instructors and college students.
MOAC gets instructors ready to teach and students ready for work by delivering essential resources in 5 key areas: Instructor readiness, student software, student assessment, instruction resources, and learning validation. With the Microsoft Official Academic course program, you are getting instructional support from Microsoft; materials that are accurate and make course delivery easy.
A short book in the series "Web Security Topics", by the well-known authors Nigel and Jenny Chapman. Written for Web developers who act as part-time sysadmins, this handy guide deals with a crucial aspect of Web security - securing the system on which your Web applications are hosted. It provides a clear, easy-to-understand introduction to securing a Web server host running a Unix-like operating system such as Ubuntu Server. The book offers a commonsense, practical approach to everyday security for busy developers who have to take responsibility for setting up and securing Web servers for small businesses and non-profit organizations which do not have critical security requirements. Based on first-hand practical experience combined with extensive computing knowledge, this book explains the important principles and processes which every developer administering a server host needs to understand. Full of down-to-earth advice, it describes how to avoid the main pitfalls and security risks when administering a server host - and explains why each step must be taken. Topics covered include the available methods for remotely administering a server and transferring files to it, systems of permissions based on user accounts, how to restrict users and processes to minimize security risks, how to prevent unwanted connections by eliminating inessential servers and setting up a firewall, and how to recover from break-ins to the server if the worst should happen. Clear key points provide useful summaries at the end of each section, and a valuable 14-page glossary of technical terms is included. FREE PDF OFFER: a mail-in form at the back of the book enables every purchaser to claim a free PDF copy from the publisher. This guide is not intended for developers administering Windows-based servers.
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