4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

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Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen

Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen has experiences with different customers of all types concerning datawarehousing, etl, and business intelligence as project leader and trainer since 1994. He is an educated software-engineer, graduated business educator and professor for databases and project management at HTL Leonding and fully certified as MCSE and MCT Alumni. Markus speaks regularly on international conferences and writes articles for well-known journals. He works as a business intelligence architect for runtastic since 2014 and co-founded SQL PASS Austria in 2013. Markus co-organized the very first SQL Saturday in Vienna in 2014.

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Markus Ehrenmüller-Jensen has submitted 4 sessions for SQLBits XIV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Pies are definitely fine for dessert :-) – but sometimes also used for reports. You will see how you can implement simple rules with different tools of Microsoft’s BI stack – ending up with effective and efficient information delivering.
Imagine a world in that end-user can collect data from different data sources, add calculations and build reports by a few mouse clicks or by natural language. Guess what! We already live in a world like that. Come in this session to see.
SQL Server 2014 is all about in-memory. The new features go far beyond caching, but enter a new era. In this session, you will see how you can boost the performance of your ETL, queries and reports into this new era.
Are you doubtful in which case to use Excel, Power-BI, Visio, Reporting Services, Dashboard Designer or SharePoint? Take a lap around them and get back to office with the ability to decide which of these tools will fit best to your end-users.

Previous Sessions

Hierarchies are the bread and butter of most business applications (departmental diagram, product categories, sales territories, calendar, …). See typical business problems and how they are solved in SQL Server.