Design and query a relational database in Azure SQL Database
Design Database, Create Tables, Bulk Load Data, Query database, Create Database diagram with relationships
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Azure SQL Database is a relational database-as-a-service (DBaaS) in the Microsoft Cloud (Azure).
In this course, you learn how to use the Azure portal,T-SQL and SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to:
Create a database using the Azure portal*
Set up a server-level IP firewall rule using the Azure portal
Connect to the database with SSMS
Create tables with SSMS
Create database diagram with table relationships
Bulk load data with BCP
Query data with SSMS
A database in Azure SQL Database is created with a defined set of compute and storage resources.
The database is created within an Azure resource group and is managed using an logical SQL server.
Azure SQL Database creates an IP firewall at the server-level. This firewall prevents external applications and tools from connecting to the server and any databases on the server unless a firewall rule allows their IP through the firewall. Azure SQL Database communicates over port 1433. If you are trying to connect to this service from within a corporate network, outbound traffic over port 1433 may not be allowed by your network’s firewall. If so, you cannot connect to your database unless your administrator opens port 1433.
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