I'm a SQL Server DBA/Developer type and would like to break into the BI
track. What kind of experiences have you folks had with the BI Bootcamps
that third-party training outfits offer?
Re: BI Bootcamps?
"Tim Brown" <TimBrown@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I'm a SQL Server DBA/Developer type and would like to break into the BI
> track. What kind of experiences have you folks had with the BI Bootcamps
> that third-party training outfits offer?
Seriously, Tim, if you're interested in breaking into 'BI', and you have the
DBA/Dev experience, I'd suggest starting by looking for "data warehousing"
applications that are improperly deployed in the Database Engine, and find
ways to re-deploy them in Analysis Services using MDX queries.
Along with that, you'll also want to study the use of SSIS for ETL tasks,
and SSRS for reporting -- but IMO those are the two easy parts of the
process. Grasping SSAS and MDX is what separates those who pass from those
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