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Microsoft BI Deployment Lessons Learned - Preparation and Pitfalls
BI deployments are increasing, and with all of these new technologies, they are becoming more complicated to deploy and configure. This is even more the case in a distributed environment. We will look at what this deployment and configuration would look like for some of the newest technologies from Microsoft. This will allow you to take full advantage of your BI environment.

  • SharePoint 2010 Configuration including multiple Web Front Ends and multiple zones
  • PowerPivot/Excel Services Integration
  • Reporting Services 2008 R2 Integration
  • PerformancePoint Integration
  • SQL Server configuration
  • Analysis Services Configuration


  • You will be able to walk away with checklists used by CSS to get these items configured and deployed in a production environment. You will also get to see some of the common pitfalls that CSS has experienced when working with these deployments.
    Speaker:
    Microsoft CSS
    Escalation Engineer
    Adam Saxton is a Senior Support Escalation Engineer based at the Microsoft Customer Service and Support site in Irving, Texas and has worked with the SQL group since 2005. His primary focus are connectivity issues to SQL Server and Reporting Services. He has been in the computer industry for 12+ years which encompassed Windows Platform support, Web and Database Development and currently the SQL Server support group.
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    Microsoft CSS
    Escalation Engineer
    Scott Holmes is a Senior Support Escalation Engineer based at the Microsoft Customer Service and Support site in Charlotte, NC and has worked with the SQL group since 2005. His primary focus is Analysis Services and Performance. He has been in the computer industry for 15+ years which encompassed SQL Server database development and maintainance and logistics management.
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    Microsoft CSS
    Microsoft Premier Field Engineer
    I am a Microsoft Premier Field Engineer for SharePoint living in Southlake, Texas. I started working for Microsoft in 1997 supporting SNA Server 2.11. In 1998 I became an Escalation Engineer working on the Windows NT 4.0 domains team which eventually became the Active Directory team. In 2003 I moved into ASP.Net developer support as an Escalation Engineer and then eventually found may way into SharePoint and my current role. Along the way I have picked up programing languages such as VB, C, C++, C# and others but C# and C++ are the primary languages I use today. Today I am primarily focused on SharePoint development, specifically SharePoint 2010. I was the first Microsoft Certified Master for 2007 in the United States and I am also a Microsoft Certified Master Trainer. I remain involved in the Master program and I am currently working on the SharePoint 2010 curriculum.
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