[Code Camp 2009] Business Inteligence en SQL Server 2008 (Maximiliano Stibel)

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  • 5 minMicrosoft® SQL Server® Project code-named “Madison” is a highly scalable data warehouse appliance that delivers performance at low cost through a massively parallel processing (MPP).“Madison” is a highly scalable appliance for enterprise data warehousing. It is the next step in the evolution of the data warehouse appliance created by DATAllegro. Madison uses massively parallel processing (MPP) to deliver the high performance and scalability on SQL Server 2008, Windows Server® 2008 and industry-standard hardware. The MPP architecture helps enable better scalability, better and more predictable performance, reduced risk and a lower cost per terabyte than other DW solutions.As a component of service oriented architectures (SOA), SQL Server StreamInsight analyzes streams of event data and helps respond to patterns in these event streams. StreamInsight can combine with SOA platforms such as BizTalk Server to listen to and track events from multiple data sources. The patterns detected by StreamInsight then can be analyzed and used to make better business decisions.SQL Server StreamInsight’s ability to derive insights from data streams and act in near real time provides significant business benefits. With increasing volume and speed of data, customers are looking for ways to better utilize and act on this information in real-time.  We are delivering a solution as part of our data platform to help address these customer needs. Some of the possible scenarios include:Algorithmic trading and fraud detection for financial servicesIndustrial process control (chemicals, oil and gas) for manufacturingElectric grid monitoring and advanced metering for utilitiesClick stream web analyticsNetwork and data center system monitoring.
  • 5 min Microsoft® SQL Server® Project code-named “Madison” is a highly scalable data warehouse appliance that delivers performance at low cost through a massively parallel processing (MPP).“Madison” is a highly scalable appliance for enterprise data warehousing. It is the next step in the evolution of the data warehouse appliance created by DATAllegro. Madison uses massively parallel processing (MPP) to deliver the high performance and scalability on SQL Server 2008, Windows Server® 2008 and industry-standard hardware. The MPP architecture helps enable better scalability, better and more predictable performance, reduced risk and a lower cost per terabyte than other DW solutions.As a component of service oriented architectures (SOA), SQL Server StreamInsight analyzes streams of event data and helps respond to patterns in these event streams. StreamInsight can combine with SOA platforms such as BizTalk Server to listen to and track events from multiple data sources. The patterns detected by StreamInsight then can be analyzed and used to make better business decisions.SQL Server StreamInsight’s ability to derive insights from data streams and act in near real time provides significant business benefits. With increasing volume and speed of data, customers are looking for ways to better utilize and act on this information in real-time.  We are delivering a solution as part of our data platform to help address these customer needs. Some of the possible scenarios include:Algorithmic trading and fraud detection for financial servicesIndustrial process control (chemicals, oil and gas) for manufacturingElectric grid monitoring and advanced metering for utilitiesClick stream web analyticsNetwork and data center system monitoring.
  • [Code Camp 2009] Business Inteligence en SQL Server 2008 (Maximiliano Stibel)

    1. 1. Business Inteligence en SQL Server 2008 <br />Maximiliano Javier Stibel<br />Core Technologies Consultant<br />Huddle Group S.A.<br />
    2. 2. <ul><li>Primera DimensiónBI: Breve Introducción
    3. 3. Segunda DimensiónSQL Server BI. Datos + Inteligencia
    4. 4. Tercera DimensiónDemo. Consumiendo un cubo desde MS Excel
    5. 5. Cuarta DimensiónLo que viene. Una ventana al futuro</li></ul>Dimensiones<br />
    6. 6. BI: BreveIntroducción<br />
    7. 7. Cómo llegamos a Roma<br />Historia<br />Legacy<br />90’s<br />Hoy<br />IT Service<br />Reports<br />Decision<br />Support<br />Systems<br />Business<br />Intelligence<br />Business<br />Perf.<br />Mgmt.<br /><ul><li> Artesanal
    8. 8. Reportes
    9. 9. OLAP
    10. 10. Tablero/Minado
    11. 11. Simples datos de sistemas
    12. 12. Unido a datos operacionales
    13. 13. DW
    14. 14. Portales
    15. 15. Métricas resumidas
    16. 16. Métricas Estadísticas
    17. 17. Métricas Predictivas
    18. 18. Recomendaciones
    19. 19. Muy Lento
    20. 20. Muy Costoso
    21. 21. Extrema ‘Superabundancia de Información’
    22. 22. Extrema Integración</li></li></ul><li>Ping Pong de preguntas…<br />¿Qué Pasó?<br />BI<br />Responde<br />¿Qué Quiero que suceda?<br />¿Qué está pasando?<br />¿Qué sucederá?<br />¿Por qué?<br />
    23. 23. OLTP vs OLAPDatos vs Información<br />
    24. 24. Miembros<br />OLAP. Dominando las bases<br />Dimensión<br />Producto<br />Electro<br />Bazar<br />Medidas<br />Bebidas<br />Alimentos<br />Cantidad de clientes 200<br />Ventas 3,000,000<br />Utilidad 500,000<br />Crecimiento 15%<br />Directa<br />Dimensión<br />Canal de Ventas<br />Mayorista<br />Minorista<br />Otros<br />Abril<br />Marzo<br />Febrero<br />Enero<br />Tiempo<br />
    25. 25. SQL Server BI<br />Datos + Inteligencia<br />
    26. 26. SQL Server BI<br />El Sistema Nervioso de nuestros Datos<br />SQL Server 2008AnalysisServices<br />SQL Server 2008IntegrationServices<br />SQL Server 2008ReportingServices<br />SQL Server 2008RDBMS<br />
    27. 27. SQL Server BI<br />El Sistema Nervioso de nuestros Datos<br />SSIS<br />2008<br />SQL Server 2008IntegrationServices<br />RDMS<br />
    28. 28. SQL Server BI<br />El Sistema Nervioso de nuestros Datos<br />SQL Server 2008AnalysisServices<br />Datamarts y<br />Data Warehouse<br />Analysis<br />Services<br />Minería de datos<br />
    29. 29. SQL Server BI<br />El Sistema Nervioso de nuestros Datos<br />SQL Server 2008ReportingServices<br />
    30. 30. Demo<br />Futbol Data Warehouse<br />
    31. 31. Lo queviene<br />Una ventana al futuro<br />
    32. 32. El futuro llegó…Qué hay de nuevo en el horizonte de SQL Server<br /><ul><li>SQL Server 2008 R2 (codename “Kilimanjaro”)http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/r2.aspx
    33. 33. Microsoft SQL Server Master Data Services (Proyecto codename“Bulldog”) http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/MDS.aspx
    34. 34. Microsoft SQL Server StreamInsighthttp://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2-complex-event.aspx
    35. 35. Application and Multi-Server Managementhttp://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2-multi-server.aspx</li></li></ul><li>El futuro llegó…Qué hay de nuevo en el horizonte de SQL Server<br /><ul><li>Managed Self Service Business Intelligence(Proyecto codename “Gemini”)http://www.microsoft.com/officebusiness/office2010/Default.aspx?vid=Geminihttp://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/R2-self-service-BI.aspx
    36. 36. Proyecto codename “Madison”http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/madison.aspx
    37. 37. Azure SQL Databasehttp://www.microsoft.com/azure/sql.mspx</li></li></ul><li>¿Preguntas?<br />

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