SQL Server DBA Apprenticeship Program
You want to pursue a career in tech…but you have no clue how.
You don’t have a computer-related background nor a degree in IT. No knowledge in the field. Or maybe you come from a totally unrelated field. But you have a gut feeling that a career in tech is something that you will enjoy while giving you an opportunity for a better quality of life.
You are a SQL Server DBA, but don’t know if your skills are good enough to manage an Always On Availability Group.
You learned how to set it up on your own just by watching YouTube videos and reading Microsoft documentation, articles, and blog posts. But since you have very limited experience, it’s taking a toll on your confidence, making you wonder:
“Am I doing it right?”
“Am I making the right decisions on the configuration settings?”
“What if there was an outage and I don’t know how to deal with it? Or, worse, I was the one who caused it”
“Am I not good enough to even do a simple thing like patching the servers properly?”
“Maybe my boss is losing confidence in me because I’m not comfortable managing this?”
Whichever boat you’re in, I’ve got you covered.
In this apprenticeship program, I will personally take you by the hand and WALK YOU through the process of becoming a SQL Server database administrator as your tech career.
Inside this program, I’ll dish out EVERYTHING you need to know to have the skills and confidence to land a job as a SQL Server database administrator.
About the instructor: Edwin M Sarmiento is a 12-year former Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Master from Ottawa, Canada specializing in high availability, disaster recovery and system infrastructures running on the Microsoft server technology stack. He is very passionate about technology but has interests in music, professional and organizational development, leadership and management matters when not working with databases.
Payment plan – 50% now and 50% in 30 days
This is a live online program. We host it in GoTo, live with Edwin M Sarmiento on webcam, with regular breaks. Audio can come through either your computer audio, or by dialing into a local GoTo dial-in phone number – headset recommended either way.