- Tapa blanda: 792 páginas
- Editor: McGraw-Hill Education; Edición: 2 (16 de enero de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0071549447
- ISBN-13: 978-0071549448
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
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Maximize the Business Intelligence Tools in Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Manage, analyze, and distribute enterprise data with help from this expert resource. Delivering Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 covers the entire BI lifecycle and explains how to build robust data integration, reporting, and analysis solutions. Real-world examples illustrate all of the powerful BI capabilities of SQL Server 2008. This is your one-stop guide for transforming disparate data into actionable insight for users throughout your organization.
- Understand the goals and benefits of business intelligence
- Design and create relational data marts and OLAP cubes
- Manage Analysis Services databases using BI Development Studio
- Cleanse data and populate data marts with SQL Server Integration Services
- Take advantage of the flexibility of the Unified Dimensional Model
- Manipulate and analyze data using MDX scripts and queries
- Use data mining to identify data patterns, correlations, and clustering
- Develop and distribute interactive reports with SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
- Integrate business intelligence into enterprise applications using ADOMD.NET and the Report Viewer Control
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Brian Larson (Arden Hills, MN) served as a contract member of the Reporting Services development team and contributed to the code base. He has contributed to SQL Server Magazine and is the Chief of Technology for Superior Consulting Services. With over 18 years of experience in the computer industry, and 14 years as a software development consultant, Brian is an MCSD as well as an MCDBA, and has authored and delivered training curriculum for SQL Server 2000 and C#.NET as well as numerous custom applications.
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The only thing I didn't like about this book was that you need the custom database that is free and is downloadable and that he refers to throughout the book. What's not to like about that? You cannot find any link on the publisher's site, the reference to the page in the book doesn't work and searching for the code on the publisher's site returns empty. I finally contacted customer service who sent me over to technical services that finally sent me the link. Not the author's problem but maybe technical books should come out of the technical press.
This book is packed with information, but is _fun_ to read, because the language is clear and modern. The clarity and consistency of pages tells the reader that, unlike so many other tech books you'll find, this one was proof-read before it hit the shelves. It takes the reader through a conceptual introduction to BI, and the terms and ideas you'll see discussed by specialists in this area. From there, it dives into the big three core competencies of the Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence stack: Integration Services, Analysis Services (talking here about OLAP Cubes, Data Mining / DMX, and MDX), and Reporting Services. If you are looking to read about integration with Excel or Sharepoint there may be better references out there, as these topics do not get much attention. But, the chapters on MDX are leagues beyond what I've read in similar Microsoft BI topics books. Short of a title solely devoted to MDX, such as the excellent "MDX Solutions: With Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2005 and Hyperion Essbase", this is among the very best books you're likely to find on standard query language of OLAP data. Likewise, the discussion of SSIS components is an indispensable reference that has served me well.
Finally, a small thing that I thought it was nice, the author does not rely on the time-worn AdventureWorks database. All examples are based on structures created in the book.
Please note that this book does not cover features of the just released-to-market SQL Server 2008 R2. It is current up to the 2008 iteration, which is all very valuable, but you will not find mention of topics like DAX, Microsoft Spatial Data, or Power Pivot.
Please note this book does not cover SQL Server 2008 R2, nor does it cover SharePoint. The only thing it doesn't have, which I wish it did, were instructions for installing SQL Server. As noted in other reviews, you need the enterprise version.
Here's a link to the page on the mhprofessional.com site that has the link for the code: [...]