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Data Warehouse Physical Design Best Practices

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You have your star schema beautifully defined. Now what? How can you assure that you physical database design is prepared to receive the amount of data that you are expecting? How can you best utilized your servers, SAN, memory, partitions, SSIS, SSAS, etc.? Let’s talk about a real case scenario where all of that were applied in order to improve daily process and meet businesses SLAs.


Carlos Rodrigues is a Business Intelligence Architect with Recall Corporation and he has expertise in planning, developing, and implementing state of the art information solutions facilitating corporate management and growth. He has been successfully leveraging SQL Server BI tools at Recall since 2004 going through the several SQL Server versions. Lately, we've been leveraging SQL Server 2012 Bi tools such as Power View, PowerPivot, etc.

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  • Gene O.

    Thank you Carlos, cool presentation.
    I appreciate the fact you suggested the split: one file_group per one table/ per disk - now I am totally pumped .. will do.

    Thanks again for your presentation and your time!

    March 25, 2013

  • Gene O.

    Awesome, look forward to it ..SSIS, SSAS

    March 24, 2013

  • Lance E.

    Hate to miss it

    March 21, 2013

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