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How to Implement a BSM (Business Service Management) Dashboard using Microsoft Technologies. SQL2008R2, SSAS, SSIS, Silverlight, .NET... (Darren Geros)
Author: Grant Paisley Date Posted: 9/9/2010 12:49:23 AM
We have two sessions tonight.

1. Policy Based Management (1/2 hr)
- by a visiting fellow SQL MVP

2. How to implement Business Service Management (1.25 hrs)
- by Darren Geros

Nowadays, Maintaining security standards and adhering to compliance becomes a challenging tasks. This session is a great hands on experience to deal with policy creation and evaluating the company standards using the newly created policy. Let’s take a practical problem and solve it straight away with our inbuilt policy and also let’s get an in-depth experience of creating our own policy.

Venkatesan Prabu .J
Microsoft MVP / Mindcracker MVP

SQL Server - Database Administrator

Anyone that has built dashboards or tried to implement a Business Service Management (BSM) solution out of the box using the standard Microsoft Technologies will know that it is not easy. What I am intending to show you is how we have extended the capability of the Microsoft technologies to significantly reduce the time it takes to implement a solution from scratch.

By using a pre built generic, self maintained cube with the concept of a service model, hopefully at the end of the session you will have an enhanced understanding of what BSM is and how to implement a true BSM Dashboard solution for your clients.

Darren Geros
Joint Founder and Director TechSmart International
22 years in IT (Monitoring, Capacity Planning, BSM, Dashboards, Development, Architecture)
Joint Founder and Director NSI Technology Pty Ltd
Joint Founder and Director AVOGA Pty Ltd

Darren spent the last 6 years working with the World’s Largest outsources and financial institutions to deliver Real-Time Business Service Management Dashboard Solutions to increase the availability and performance of their core business systems. Darren will show how and why companies are moving away from technical based monitoring and moving towards business system SLA’s.

Venue: Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney | Duration 5:30PM Networking (Pizza & Drinks provided) | 6:00PM - 8:00PM Session | On: Tuesday, September 14, 2010