- Taschenbuch: 350 Seiten
- Verlag: Packt Publishing (26. Mai 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1849688885
- ISBN-13: 978-1849688888
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 2 x 23,5 cm
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- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 242.794 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Business Intelligence Development Beginner's Guide (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 26. Mai 2014
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Reza Rad has more than 10 years of experience in databases and soft ware applications. Most of his work experience is in data warehousing and business intelligence. He has worked with Microsoft technologies from SQL Server 7 and Visual Basic 6 to the latest versions of SQL Server and .NET. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. Reza is a DW/BI architect and consultant. He has worked with large enterprises around the world and delivered highquality data warehousing and BI solutions for them. He has worked with industries in different sectors, such as Health, Finance, Logistics, Sales, Order Management, Manufacturing, Telecommunication, and so on. Reza has been awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in SQL Server from 2011 to 2014. He is an international speaker in SQL Server, BI, and DW conferences around the world. He speaks in SQL PASS Summits, Microsoft TechEd, SQL Saturdays, SQL Server user groups, and code camps. Reza has written books on SQL Server and databases. One of his most recent books is SQL Server 2012 Integration Services: An Expert Cookbook, Packt Publishing. Reza is a big fan of datarelated technologies, his expertise is in EIM, ETL, Data governance, big data, data warehousing, BI, data visualizati on, Master Data Management, OLAP, and so on. He is the author of Webcast series on the RADACAD website (http://www.radacad.com). He writes articles and blog posts on his technical blog (http://www.rad.pasfu.com); he writes about most of the Microsoft technologies, such as SSIS, MDS, DQS, SSAS, Power BI, HDInsight, and so on. His blog contains the latest information on his presentations and publications. Reza is a Mentor and a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has been in the professional training business for many years. He conducts extensive 400 handedlevel training for many enterprises around the world via both remote and inperson training. He is an active member of MSDN forums, especially those on SQL Server and Power BI. He is also the leader of the New Zealand Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence user group, which is a registered chapter of PASS.
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This book is also very syntax driven. What I mean by this is there are instructions on HOW to do something but it doesn't go into the WHY you are doing it. I understand this is a beginner's book but I just expected more of an explanation on why AND how things are done.
The first part of the book talks about building the Data Warehouse but it doesn't explain in very much detail about how the dimension and fact tables were constructed, what was the methodology behind it and why they were designed the way they were. To me that is important information to understand and this book just gives you a link to an already created data warehouse that you download and use. To me it would have been MUCH more helpful to guide the reader through the actual creation of the data warehouse so that a clear understanding of why the dimension and fact tables were created and the path to get to that point.
I would not recommend this book for someone who is trying to understand the concepts of creating a data warehouse. As a book about how to perform actions once it is created it is ok for that, but not great
However, more frustrating is that seems like nobody actually walked through the exercises when the book was complete.
After creating your MDX database, the author instructs you to launch SQL Server Management Studio to run some queries. However, he neglects to tell you that you need to process things on the server before any data will appear.
When Creating your SSIS package, there is a typo in the database name, causing you to use the wrong name in one place.