Come spend a session with us while we play games with Reporting Services…literally! Come watch Stacia Misner and Erika Bakse push the limits with what can be built in SSRS.
Business Intelligence and Data Visualisation features and functionality are key to the strategic and technical changes in SQL Server 2012.
This one hour session will provide insight on what to expect when deploying a highly available end to end SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence environment as experienced from the field.
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.
A 1hr session jam packed with demos on SSRS Spatial reporting
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.
Using technical demonstrations in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, this presentation will focus on the practical implementation of data visualisation, along with cognitive science principles supporting data visualisations.