SQL Server Business Intelligence Strategies

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  • Understanding Microsoft SQL Server business intelligence options

    Microsoft has made a great effort to turn SQL Server into a viable enterprise database platform, and part of that has been boosting its business intelligence capabilities. In this handbook, read about recent BI updates in SQL Server 2012. See how Mic... 

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    Microsoft has worked to address the big issue of "big data," as companies are dealing with a constant influx of digital information. SQL Server is no exception, and Microsoft has given its enterprise database a big data makeover. This e-book takes a ... 

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About SQL Server Business Intelligence Strategies

For SQL Server DBAs and developers, business intelligence (BI) is far more than just a job function – it's a career opportunity. The growing reliance on critical data has made business intelligence an in-demand specialty, and IT professionals working with Microsoft SQL Server are best served by gaining experience in all facets of business intelligence strategies. This includes becoming familiar with not only the main SQL Server tools like SQL Server Analysis Services, Integration Services and Reporting Services, but also third-party alternatives and new Microsoft technologies like Master Data Services with SQL Server 2008 R2. This Microsoft SQL Server business intelligence strategies topic page features best practices, tutorials and other resources for DBAs and developers looking to improve their careers by focusing on the implementation of BI in SQL Server environments.