Introduction
Developed by Microsoft, SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) which is used for storing and retrieving data by other applications either on the same computer or any other computer across a network. RDBMSs are usually used for storing financial data, manufacturing information, personnel information etc. SQL Server uses three types of files to store and manage data – Primary Files (MDF), Secondary Files (NDF) and Log Files (LDF). It’s better to know about these files before moving ahead. Learn more

Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system devised and by Microsoft. There are some situations where an inexperienced user or any newbie may find it difficult to operate SQL Server. In such case they may expect some professional assistance from system administrators. The system administrators may be expected to open, manage or troubleshoot issue is related to it. Learn more

Structure Query Language (SQL) is not just object oriented programing language but it also entails a potential for storing the large volume of database files that can be accessed and retrieved either at a single source or the other source which is often termed as server system. Accessing database by the user is quite common and sometimes become more concerning as threat to those files is quite common. Learn more