Imitating QlickView through Excel 2010

Friday, May 9, 2014

I have recently started a new project for the Sanitation department in the municipality. The Local Recycling and transfer station where the sanitation truck go to dump trash or recycle has a report system that is a QlickView over their operational system. Their power user saw reports being generated by QlickView and offered we see them as well. We showed him earlier what we can do with Panorama Nova View and SSRS but he didn’t buy it. Having seen what QlickView did for the recycling center, I can see why. Though we didn’t have QlickView to offer him as...
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SQL Server 2012 Licensing Reviews and Views

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Microsoft has recently announced the SQL Server 2012 Licensing. The main news is the new BI edition released with SQL Server 2012 which is positioned between the Standard edition and the Enterprise edition. You can read an SQL Server 2012 Licensing review on the Adatis blog which lists the pros and cons of the new edition and payment method. Amongst other things, they point out that: "The Business Intelligence edition strips away - Advanced Security (Advanced auditing, transparent data encryption) - Data Warehousing (ColumnStore, compression, partitioning) and provides a cut-down, basic (as opposed to advanced) level of High Availability (AlwaysOn)" I felt like I read mostly good feedback from different bloggers on the matter, coming from...

The future of SQL Server: Project Kilimanjaro, Madison and Gemini

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The Microsoft BI Conference 2008 has been the source for quite a few announcements. First of all, now that DATAllegro was purchased by Microsoft, the talk is about SQL Server handling bigger amounts of data. There have been posts not just about terabyte projects, but also petabyte projects. The full integration of DATAllegro's technology into SQL Server is planned for the first half of calendar year 2010 and is code named Project Madison. SQL Server 2010 itself is code named Project Kilimanjaro. The real surprise? Project Gemini which sounds like Microsoft giving QlickView a run for its money... but I'm...