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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services: The BISM Tabular Model
 
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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services: The BISM Tabular Model [Format Kindle]

Alberto Ferrari , Marco Russo , Chris Webb

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Build agile and responsive Business Intelligence solutions

Analyze tabular data using the BI Semantic Model (BISM) in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services—and discover a simpler method for creating corporate-level BI solutions. Led by three BI experts, you’ll learn how to build, deploy, and query a BISM tabular model with step-by-step guides, examples, and best practices. This hands-on book shows you how the tabular model’s in-memory database enables you to perform rapid analytics—whether you’re a professional BI developer new to Analysis Services or familiar with its multidimensional model.

Discover how to:

  • Determine when a tabular or multidimensional model is right for your project
  • Build a tabular model using SQL Server Data Tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
  • Integrate data from multiple sources into a single, coherent view of company information
  • Use the Data Analysis eXpressions (DAX) language to create calculated columns, measures, and queries
  • Choose a data modeling technique that meets your organization’s performance and usability requirements
  • Optimize your data model for better performance with xVelocity storage engine
  • Manage complex data relationships, such as multicolumn, banding, and many-to-many
  • Implement security by establishing administrative and data user roles

Biographie de l'auteur

Alberto Ferrari is a Business Intelligence consultant whose two main interests are in a methodological approach to the BI development lifecycle, and performance tuning of ETL and SQL code. His activities are related to designing and implementing solutions based on Integration Services and Analysis Services for the financial, manufacturing and statistical areas. He is also a book author and a speaker in international conferences such as PASS Summit, SQLRally and SQLBits. Alberto holds an SSAS Maestro certification.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 656 pages
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  • Editeur : Microsoft Press; Édition : 1 (15 juillet 2012)
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Amazon.com: 4.3 étoiles sur 5  18 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you want to learn SSAS 2012 Tabular and DAX, then BUY THIS BOOK 25 juillet 2012
Par Kevin S. Goff - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you landed on this Amazon web page, it's likely that you had some interest in SSAS 2012 books on the Tabular Model. If that's the case, order this book and I assure you - not only won't be disappointed, you'll be happy you did.

This is an outstanding book. In the past I've seen some books (even decent books) that purport to cover one technology, but wind up covering so many other peripheral topics that the book loses sight of the original goal. This one doesn't - the content focuses precisely on the title: the BISM Tabular Model.

There are many little gems in here: from a small section on Kerberos (that helped me to understand something), to intricacies in DAX formulas, to recommendations on hierarchies, to implementing dynamic security. In addition to many complete chapters on the tabular model, here are some additional great chapters:

- The DAX chapters might even rival entire books on DAX. The authors managed to pack many examples into 2 chapters.

- The authors clearly communicate feature comparisons between the Tabular Model and the multidimensional model, and also which tabular features will work optimally (and which won't) when using the Tabular Model in PowerView.

- The chapter on security is excellent and covers several scenarios.

- The authors have a chapter towards the end on using XMLA to process Tabular Models. While I already knew most of this, I'm so glad to see authors covering this. Guys, thank you, THANK YOU.

- The authors cover advanced relationships, and show some examples of DAX formulas that you'll need to supplement bridge table scenarios. While the tabular model (in my opinion) doesn't handle many-to-many scenarios quite as gracefully as SSAS multidimensional, the authors show how you can implement equivalent functionality.

Also, SSAS multi-dimensional developers will appreciate the many comparisons between the MDM and the tabular model. This is a complete book by authors who have already developed a reputation for delivering strong content.
(And by the way, if you didn't already know it, these authors wrote "Expert Cube Development with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services" a few years ago, an equally outstanding book on the "standard" multidimensional model.

Guys, fantastic job. No book can cover EVERYTHING, but you guys came very close. It's hard to believe someone could improve on what you did with the Expert Cube Development book (which was awesome and helped me greatly), but you seem to have done it.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Microsoft BI MUST BUY BOOK 3 août 2012
Par Phil Milner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
If you do Microsoft Business Intelligence beyond simple reporting, this book is a must buy.

The authors clearly explain how the new version of Analysis Services fits in the Microsoft BI family of products.
Now that's a big achievement because that tool (and advanced analysis) are not easily understood.

However Marco, Alberto and Chris are both master communicators and masters of the technology.
In addition, you will begin to understand the world of database/data analysis beyond the relational database.
In our world of big data warehouses, tools beyond the relation database are a must.

Having been a Microsoft Partner Consultant, BI Architect and chairman of a Microsoft BI User's Group, I'm keenly aware of how difficult it is to communicate these advanced concepts--and to turn them into practical solutions.

The return on your time for using this book will be several orders of magnitude, and the sooner you start, the bigger the return.

Heartfelt thanks to the authors for helping all of us in the Microsoft BI World see more clearly and create better solutions!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not well-written 8 novembre 2013
Par Brian C. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I was surprised to see the number of 4-star and 5-star reviews for this book, and even more surprised to see claims that it was well-written. I have come to expect technical books to contain occasional typos, and this one had a few, but in particular I simply had a hard time trying to understand what the authors were saying. I found myself re-reading some sections repeatedly and not gleaning the meaning of the words. And in a number of cases I saw examples that showed how things could be done one way or another, but not really clear on the difference.

But I'm not slamming this book because it still has a lot of useful content and may, in fact, be *the* book that people think of when they reach for a book on Tabular modeling or DAX. I simply wish it had been proofread and edited for better readability.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Essential reading for any BI/DW developer 18 août 2014
Par Ben Oastler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
After reading quite a few books on Business Intelligence, this is the first one that really made sense. There were certainly many "penny-drop" moments. Although I wouldn't recommend this if you're just starting out, you need a bit of BI and Data Warehousing knowledge before you jump in. My only criticism is that some chapters were very detailed and quite advanced. These parts would have been better off separated in an "advanced" chapter or similar. I've found revisiting the chapters as you find practical applications also heaps with these advanced sections. Also note that the kindle version does not have a table of contents so it is difficult to jump to chapters or find specific parts without bookmarking them.

This is essential reading for any BI/DW developer and anyone learning the DAX language.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT introductory 24 octobre 2014
Par GTower - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is a very dense book, and despite saying it's a "step-by-step" book, that is not always the case. There are many times where you're not sure if you're actually supposed to be implementing what they're talking about, or just reading basic pieces of information. Even as a professional database developer (I don't do much BI, hence the book), there are places where the assumptions made about the readers knowledge are much higher than realistic. The content is all high quality and accurate, but this serves much better as a reference guide for existing BI professionals than a book to learn with.
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