8/02/2016 2:28:46 PM
Microsoft released its new Tabular model of Analysis Services in 2012. Even if it is relatively new for many developers, we already used it in several production scenarios. In this session, we will share some of the hard lessons learned from the first large deployments in Tabular. How do you handle billions of rows with complex calculations? What tools do you use to benchmark and choose the right hardware? Why throwing money on the hardware could be a bad idea? How do you scale up performance on large databases? How do you make a very large database fit in memory? This session will be of most interest to BI developers, especially those who are considering or starting to implement an analytical solution in the tabular model.
About the Speaker
Marco Russo is a Business Intelligence consultant and mentor. His main activities are related to data warehouse relational and multidimensional design. He is particularly specialized in Analysis Services and in DAX and MDX languages.
Marco is also an author and, in addition to his BI-related publications, he has authored books about .NET programming. He is also a speaker at international conferences such as Ignite, PASS Summit, PASS BA Summit, and SQLBits.
Venue: Microsoft Melbourne Office (Level 5, Building 4, Freshwater Place, Southbank, Melbourne) |
Duration 5:30PM pizzas & drinks and sharing ideas 6:00PM start 7:30PM finish (ish!) |
On: Tuesday, 16 February 2016