Virtualization has had a major impact on computing. While data professionals have adjusted to this for database servers, many BI workloads have moved there as well. Learn about the impact of virtualization on BI.
R extends statistical and mathematical capabilities of SQL Server 2016.
Impress the boss and your colleagues by delivering Dashboards, KPIS, maps and Scorecards wrapped in a tablet-ready interface with SSRS
In this session we will learn about the SSISDB catalog views. We will use this info plus our own info to build a monitoring solution for SSIS using SSRS.
I will compare SSRS with Google Analytics (website traffic) and give real life data from my own websites which I will use to make real life decisions during the session (quarterly review) and show you how I analyze data to create "to do list"
Reporting Services is a powerful tool that can make designing reports a snap...most of the time. Design format starts with your report query. Take your queries to the next level with MDX concepts to conquer the trickiest report layouts.
Would you like to see examples of advanced SSRS reports that you do not see every day and which are not very easy to build (if you don’t know how) but are very useful for business users?
SQL Server Code Name Denali Reporting Services will include Project Crescent for visualizing, interacting with and presenting data. Project Crescent. Come to this session to see how to make the most of this new tool.
This session will show how to use DMVs (data management views) to query the OLAP cube structure, and then use SSRS to create a set of interactive reports including the BUS matrix, and using spatial data to generate automated star schemas.
The target audience is anyone who feels, where reporting is concerned, that they are running on the spot in the Red Queen's Race! Please join me to learn more about the processes involved in designing, displaying and producing reports effectively, using SSRS.
Explore the new features of SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services
A look at the principles of Dashboard and report design design and how to achieve them with SSRS
The Microsoft SQL Server provides a complete library of programmatically accessed objects for all Business Intelligence relevant services. With this set of functions almost any customer challenge can be solved without the need to purchase additional products. This possibility is often underestimated in projects. The session will explain the hidden power of using the Microsoft APIs to build BI middleware solutions for enterprise customers.
Corporate data is expensive to create, expensive to report. Adding free data sources and mapping can lift the simplest of reports to a stunning presentation.
This session covers the new scalability features of SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 and demonstrates how to build a high performance reporting platform to deal with your enterprise reporting needs.
WHat's new in Reporting Services
Loading Partitions directly Consuming a package in SSRS Using a DM algorithm in the pipeline to see if the new customer meets criteria Fuzzy Grouping for deduplicating