SQL Server is an enterprise database management system (DBMS) from Microsoft.
SQL Server is used by thousands of companies worldwide and is used by thousands, if not millions, of websites around the world.
SQL Server Tutorials
Other Database Tutorials
If you don't feel quite ready to jump into the SQL Server tutorial or the SQL tutorial, start here. This tutorial will explain what a database management system (DBMS) is, the typical features that make up a DBMS, and how they are generally used.
If you've completed the SQL Server tutorial, try this one next. This tutorial covers SQL (Structured Query Language), and is essential if you need to develop database driven websites.
MySQL is the world's most popular open source DBMS. It is one of SQL Server's main competitors. Check it out to see how it compares.
MongoDB is a document oriented database management system. Check out this tutorial to see how it differs to relational DBMS' like SQL Server.
Neo4j is a graph database management system. Graph DBMS' are ideal for working with connected data. See how it works.
SQLite is the most widely used DBMS in the world. It can be found in popular browsers, smart phones, tablets, computer applications, and more.
This tutorial explains what Microsoft Access is and how to use it. You don't need to do the SQL tutorial first, however, you should have a basic knowledge of relational database management systems and how they work.