4th - 7th May 2016

Liverpool

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Dmytro Andriychenko

Dmytro Andriychenko's Summary

I am a keen data and systems integration professional who enjoys a challenge of both technical and personal nature. I love making the data work for people, be it in architecture, design or development: whatever it takes.

These are main areas of my technical expertise:
- SQL Server Development, especially Enterprise Data Warehouse and OLAP
- Microsoft BI: complete stack of SSIS, SSAS, SSRS and SharePoint BI
- SharePoint administration, configuration and development including Kerberos configuration and troubleshooting

I also have experience of designing BI systems end to end from hardware and application tiers to systems integration, requirements engineering, database and ETL design and development. I am also keen to learn other BI technologies having had experience of Microstrategy, Business Objects, Tableau and even Open Source tech like Pentaho, MySQL, MariaDB, Cassandra etc.

Specialties

Data Integration, Data Warehousing, OLAP, Data Mining, SQL Server Tuning, Systems Architecture, Data architecture, Database development, Design, Development and maintenance.

http://www.data-united.co.uk
Dmytro Andriychenko has submitted 5 sessions for SQLBits XV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Would you like to learn if Data Vault really works? Come and share my own experience of building a Data Vault for a large banking application: you will learn some useful insights into what it is, what it can do for you and what it will not.
Want some help to get your entire Microsoft BI stack deployed in a single click? Come and see how to do that with Team Foundation Server (TFS). Get to know the architecture and see end-to-end demo.
Kerberos doesn’t have to be scary. It is actually pretty nice when you get to know it. I would like to present a few hints and tips on how to make it easier to configure Kerberos and how to troubleshoot common problems.
I would like to present easy to follow principles of Kerberos configuration with handy tips and templates to get this right the first time for your particular environment.
Come and learn my experience of generating ETL code: what is good about it, what is bad and what is downright ugly.

Previous Sessions

I would like to present easy to follow principles of Kerberos configuration with handy tips and templates to get this right the first time for your particular environment.