|Tabular Modeling in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services||
Tabular Modeling in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services
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Marco Russo and Alberto Ferrari walk students step-by-step through creating powerful data models, and then illuminate advanced features such as optimization, deployment, and scalability. Tabular Modeling in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services will be indispensable for everyone moving to Analysis Services Tabular, regardless of their previous experience with tabular-style models or with Microsoft's older Analysis Services offerings. It will also be an essential follow-up for every reader of the authors' highly-praised Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services: The BISM Tabular Model.
This book provides a complete and updated guide to the features available in Analysis Services 2016 for the Tabular model only, targeting different audiences from the authors' previous book on Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services: those who have never used Analysis Services Tabular, and existing BI developers who already use previous versions of Analysis Services and want to learn Microsoft's new features in detail and depth.
CHAPTER 1 Introducing the tabular model
CHAPTER 2 Getting started with the tabular model
CHAPTER 3 Loading data inside Tabular
CHAPTER 4 Introducing calculations in DAX
CHAPTER 5 Building hierarchies
CHAPTER 6 Data modeling in Tabular
CHAPTER 7 Tabular Model Scripting Language (TMSL)
CHAPTER 8 The tabular presentation layer
CHAPTER 9 Using DirectQuery
CHAPTER 10 Security
CHAPTER 11 Processing and partitioning tabular models
CHAPTER 12 Inside VertiPaq
CHAPTER 13 Interfacing with Tabular
CHAPTER 14 Monitoring and tuning a Tabular service
CHAPTER 15 Optimizing tabular models
CHAPTER 16 Choosing hardware and virtualization
Marco Russo and Alberto Ferrari are the founders of sqlbi.com, where they regularly publish articles about Microsoft Power Pivot, Power BI, DAX, and SQL Server Analysis Services. Russo and Ferrari have worked with Analysis Services since the first version in 1999. Both Russo and Ferrari provide consultancy and mentoring on business intelligence (BI). They are also frequent speakers at major international conferences, including Microsoft Ignite, PASS Summit, and SQLBits.