Issue OverviewSQL Server Insider - March 2012, Vol. 9
Everyone knows SQL and NoSQL technologies don't co-exist well. But can they? Check out Issue 3 of SQL Server Insider E-Zine to find out about the mysterious Microsoft project that aims to wed these two database types. Then, delve into the business intelligence (BI) features in SQL Server 2012, including reporting, analytics and data quality. Access >>>
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Microsoft tailors BI capabilities for users, IT in SQL Server 2012
by Beth Stackpole
Industry watchers weigh in on Microsoft SQL Server 2012, which offers added business intelligence capabilities for end users and IT. Features include Power View and master data management.
- Microsoft tailors BI capabilities for users, IT in SQL Server 2012 by Beth Stackpole
With familiar tools, new toys, Microsoft BI stack casts wide net
by Beth Stackpole
The Microsoft BI stack gains a few additions with release of SQL Server 2012, with new Excel-based Power View for business users and old standbys like Reporting Services.
- With familiar tools, new toys, Microsoft BI stack casts wide net by Beth Stackpole
Cloaked in secrecy, Microsoft project aims to wed SQL, NoSQL databases
by Roger du Mars, Contributor
Microsoft technical fellow David DeWitt is secretly developing a data management system that can do the jobs of both SQL and NoSQL databases. Can he bring the two sides together?
- Cloaked in secrecy, Microsoft project aims to wed SQL, NoSQL databases by Roger du Mars, Contributor
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