Data Visualisation with Power View and the Tabular Model
SQL Server 2012 introduces a paradigm shift: it brings new Data Visualisation and self-service Business Intelligence features designed for non-technical business users, as well as technically astute database developers, DBAs and Business Intelligence specialists.
How can we reach self-service users, who are oriented towards data visualisation? This session introduces you to Data Visualisation in the form of Power View, and new self-service in-memory technology for Tabular Models. This session will focus on the newest and most compelling features for Business Intelligence:
- Power View and its roots in Data Visualisation theory and practice
- Tabular Model: when is it best suited, and how does it stack up against multi-dimensional models?
- Successful Tabular Model implementation to promote self-service
Come to this session to learn about SQL Server 2012 newest features of Power View and the Tabular Model, designed for Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation.
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Jen is an data strategist, MVP, small business owner, Microsoft technology & technical community advocate, public speaker and blogger. Jen is an elected member of the Board of Directors for the Professional Association of SQL Server, holding the seat for Europe and holder of the Virtual Chapters portfolio worldwide. Jen jointly runs a Copper Blue Consulting based in Hertfordshire, where she helps business leaders derive value from their Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint and Office365 investment.
Jen has previously spoken at TechEd North America, TechEd Europe, SQLBits, SQLPASS Summit, Pass Business Analytics Conference and other community events on the topic of Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation. She blogs regularly on these topics at www.jenstirrup.com and can be found tweeting at http://twitter.com/jenstirrup
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