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  • SQL Server provides two environments, SQL Server Data Tools and SQL Server Management Studio, for the development and management of Integration Services packages.•SQL Server Data Tools supports the development of Integration Services packages. •SQL Server Management Studio uses the Integration Services service to supports the management of Integration Services packages in test and production environments. Both environments use the concept of projects within solutions to organize and manage the items that you use when you build business intelligence solutions.

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  • 1. Introduction To Business Intelligence Semantic Model (BISM)
  • 2. Agenda BISM Architecture Tabular vs. Multi-dimensional Models How to build Tabular Model
  • 3. About Me Slava Kokaev – Lead Business Intelligence Architect at Industrial Defender Boston Microsoft BI User Group Leader email: vkokaev@bostonbi.org web: www.bostonbi.org/blogs twitter: @SlavaKokaev
  • 4. BISM One Model for all End User Experiences Team BI PowerPivot for SharePoint Personal BI PowerPivot for Excel Organizational BIAnalysis Services
  • 5. BISM in Enterprise Excel Services PowerPivot for SharePoint (Analysis Services) Excel Internet Explorer Analysis Services BI Semantic Model SharePoint Reporting Services Third Party Apps PowerPivot for Excel xlsx xlsx BI Development Studio Project Juneau
  • 6. BI Semantic Model: Architecture Third-party Reporting Services Excel PowerPivot Databases LOB Files OData Feeds Cloud Services SharePoint
  • 7. Data Access and Storage VertiPaq In-memory column store… typical 10x compression Brute force memory scans… high performance by default… no tuning required Basic paging support… data volume mostly limited to physical memory MOLAP Disk based store… typical 3x compression Disk scans with in-memory sub-cube caching… aggregation tuning required Extensive paging support… data volumes can scale to multiple terabytes DirectQuery Passes through DAX queries & calculations… fully exploits backend database capabilities No support for MDX queries… no support for data sources other than SQL Server (in Denali) ROLAP Passes through fact table requests… not recommended for large dimension tables Supports most relational data sources… no support for aggregations except SQL Server indexed views
  • 8. Logical Cube Representation Australia United States Canada France Country Accessories Mountain Road Touring ProductLine
  • 9. Cube Cell
  • 10. SQL Server Data Tools SSDTSSMS SQL Server provides three environments for the development and management of Analysis Services Models EXCEL
  • 11. Tabular Model Development Process Create Calculations and KPI Deploy Database to development server Create Measures Create Connections
  • 12. OLAP Model OLEDB Oracle Provider SQL Server ProviderSource DB Source DBData Sources Data Source View Cube
  • 13. Tabular Model OLEDB Oracle Provider SQL Server Provider Source DB Source DBConnections Tabular Model