Zero to Cube: Fast Track to Analysis Services Development
This session is a SQL Saturday legend! Have you wanted to start using Analysis Services to deliver self-service BI to your end users? Have you started a cube project but have trouble using additional functionality like Actions, KPI’s and others? This session is a great all hands on experience where we build a fully functional cube in one hour with all the bells and whistles. This session is ALL demo and very interactive to make sure everyone gets the information and has a good time! Even experienced SSAS developers will learn from Adam Jorgensen, BI Expert and SQL Server pro for more than 15 years. This session will cover: 1. Best practices for database design to support good cube functionality 2. Major components of an Analysis Services project 3. Best practices for building your first cube 4. Tips and Tricks for making the process simple and repeatable 5. How to best handle adding advanced functionality to your cube 6. Reporting on your cube from multiple sources
Pragmatic Works Consulting
Adam Jorgensen, MBA, MCITP: BI has been delivering innovative SQL Server and Business Intelligence Solutions for over a decade. Adam is a SQL Server community pioneer as a featured author on SQLServerCentral, SQLShare, as well as a regular contributor to the SQLPASS Virtual User Groups for BI and other organizations. Adam is a co-founder of BIDN.com (Business Intelligence Developer Network) and the co-host of SQLLunch.com, a weekly live presentation series focusing on combining experienced presenters with those getting into the community. He regularly speaks at industry group events, major conferences, Code Camps, and SQLSaturday events on strategic and technical topics.
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