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אני מעביר היום את ההרצאה:
- שיקולים בתכנון מימדים
- טיפים וטריקים SSAS / MDX
- מגמות עתידיות
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The Analysis Services 2008 R2 Performance Guide is now available. In this 99-page long document contains information about building and tuning Analysis Services in SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, and SQL Server 2008 R2 cubes for the best possible performance. It is primarily aimed at business intelligence (BI) developers who are building a new cube from scratch or optimizing an existing cube for better performance.
The goal of this guide is to provide you with the necessary background to understand design tradeoffs and with techniques and design patterns that will help you achieve the best possible performance of even large cubes.
You can download it from here as Word or PDF
Don't forget to download the SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services Operations Guide too.
Mixing the advantages of Cloud technologies with BI is a great idea. Some companies tried doing so, usually focusing on Mobile BI. A good example is Roam BI
Cloud BI usually means:
- 1. No installation is needed. Just upload your data (Excel or DB backup)
- 2. All dashboard design is done using web browser
- 3. Share your insights with other members of the organization
- 4. Optional - Mobile access.
MicroStrategy just released a public beta of a Personal Cloud BI, a free SaaS-based offering that combines the company's latest technology. It is fast and easy way for to answer business questions, view and share interactive data visualizations on the web or on the iPad, and even publish the analysis via Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and more.
Works with Hebrew too.
Hope you'll give it a try.