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Introduction to SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services

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  1. Introduction to SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services Melville Thomson IT Pro Evangelist

  2. What Will We Cover? • New features of Analysis Services • Unified Dimensional Model (UDM) • Using Analysis Services

  3. Helpful Experience • Experience with SQL Server • Familiarity with database analytics • Familiarity with database reports

  4. Agenda • Introducing Analysis Services • Providing Intelligent Data

  5. SQL Server Business Intelligence Integrate Analyze Report Data acquisition from source systems and integration Data transformation and synthesis Data enrichment with business logic; hierarchical views Data discovery through data mining Data presentation and distribution Data access for the masses

  6. Analysis Services Roadmap Breakthrough • Enter the Game • Entry-level offering • Establish industry application programming interface (API) • Generate mindshare • Focus on total cost of ownership (TCO) • Win Leadership • Feature complete • Penetrate the enterprise • Thought leadership • Market share leadership • Scale

  7. What Is Analysis Services? Analysis Services XML/A or ODBO UDM Cache Spreadsheets SQL Server Datamart BI Front Ends DW Teradata Ad Hoc Reports Rich Reports Oracle DB2 LOB Dashboards

  8. One Version of the Truth • Multiple enterprise data sources • Single business view of the data • Common business terminology • Unified data navigation experience • One version of business analytics • OLAP browser, Reporting Services, BI apps

  9. demonstration Demo • Defining a Cube • Define a Data Source • Define a Data Source View • Explore Data

  10. Agenda • Introducing Analysis Services • Providing Intelligent Data

  11. Data Enrichment and Analytics • Advanced business logic, rules, and calculations • Key performance indicators • Data mining and predictive analytics • What-if modeling

  12. demonstration Demo • Refining an Analysis Cube • Provide Localized Metadata • Use Perspectives • Use Key Performance Indicators

  13. Real-Time and High Performance Real-time data access Isolate back-end sources Accelerated response time

  14. Mission Critical Reliable and available Scalable Designed for 7/24/365 Secure by design Manageable

  15. Common Bet on Analysis Services Analysis Services XML/A or ODBO UDM Cache SQL Server™ Datamart DW Teradata Oracle DB2 LOB

  16. Benefits of UDM • Rich, easily understood model • Supported by BI applications • Powerful calculation engine • Heterogeneous data sources • Interactive query performance over large data volumes

  17. Uses of Relational-Based Reporting Exploit database-level objects Queries outside model Very real time Full text search

  18. Session Summary • A watershed Analysis Services release • Advances in functionality, scalability, manageability, and integration • UDM is a breakthrough technology at the heart of the SQL Server BI architecture

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