By Lynn Langit, Kevin S. Goff, Davide Mauri, Sahil Malik, John Welch
Get the end-to-end guideline you must layout, improve, and install greater info integration, reporting, and research ideas utilizing SQL Server 2008—whether you’re new to company intelligence (BI) programming or a pro seasoned. With real-world examples and insights from knowledgeable group, you’ll grasp the thoughts, instruments, and strategies for development strategies that carry intelligence—and company value—exactly the place clients wish it.Discover the best way to: deal with the advance lifestyles cycle and construct a BI workforce Dig into SQL Server research providers, Integration providers, and Reporting prone Navigate the company Intelligence improvement Studio (BIDS) Write queries that rank, type, and drill down on revenues facts boost extract, rework, and cargo (ETL) recommendations upload a resource code regulate process support safe programs for deployment through encryption and credentials Use MDX and DMX question Designers to construct experiences according to OLAP cubes and knowledge mining types Create and enforce customized items utilizing .NET code View studies in Microsoft workplace Excel® and workplace SharePoint® Serverook
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They can also include nearly any type of relational data—SQL Server (all versions), Oracle, DB2, Informix, and so forth. It is also common to include nonrelational data in BI solutions. Sources for this data can include Microsoft Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, and so forth. It is also common to include text data (often from mainframes). This data is sometimes made available as XML. This XML might or might not include schema and mapping information. If complex XML processing is part of your requirements, you can elect to use BizTalk Server to facilitate flexible mapping and loading of this XML data.
Microsoft acquired ProClarity in 2006 and has folded features of its products into PerformancePoint Server. Microsoft also offers other products—such as Dynamics, Project Server, and BizTalk Server— that use the Analysis Services storage mechanism and query engine. NET coding. Recall that the primary development tool is BIDS and that BIDS does not require a Visual Studio installation. NET developers, so most of them already have Visual Studio 2008. As was mentioned, in this situation, installing SSAS, SSIS, or SSRS installs the associated developer templates into the default Visual Studio installation.
34 Part I Business Intelligence for Business Decision Makers and Architects understanding Business Intelligence from a user’s Perspective As we mentioned already, visualizing the results of BI solutions is one of the more difficult aspects of designing and building BI solutions. One of the reasons for this is that we really don’t have the ability to “see” multidimensional structures (such as OLAP cubes) that we build with SSAS. Figure 2-3 is somewhat helpful because it shows data arranged in a cube.