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SSAS Cube: Enhance your cube performance

  • Nov 22, 2012 · 5:45 PM
  • Ottawa Microsoft Office

Session 1

SSAS cube foundations

Analysis Services cubes are very useful to help users to query data. But, without good basis, the cube design can become a nightmare. This session will talk about best practices around data model and cube design.

Speaker: Christian Cote

Christian Coté is an IT professional with more than 14 years of experience working on business intelligence projects. Before SSIS was released, Christian developed ETL processes using a range of tools on multiple platforms. Christian has been a presenter at a number of conferences and code camps. He currently co-leads the SQL Server PASS chapter in Montreal.

Session 2

Enhance your cube performance

SQL Server cubes are great for delivering data to end users. But if we are not cautious, their experience can be sluggish and they will complain that the cube is slow. This session will talk about cube design best practices and how we can optimize it using various tools and techniques.

Speaker:Michelle Gutzait

Michelle has been involved in IT for almost 25 years as a developer, business analyst and database consultant. She has worked exclusively with Microsoft SQL Server for the past 15 years, consulting for many and diverse clients from small businesses to enterprise clients, world-wide.

Working at Pythian, the leader in global data infrastructure operational support and consulting, Michelle is working with the largest enterprise organizations in North America including Western Union, and has been involved in projects with very large databases, mainly conducting performance and tuning analysis and architecture design.

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