Power BI in the enterprise by Paul Turley


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Power BI in the enterprise by Paul Turley

Thursday, March 23, 2017 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Power BI in the enterprise by Paul Turley

Scaling BI solutions with safe secure processes is not always easy; but in this Webinar Paul Turley will walk us through techniques and practices that show you that it doesn’t always need to be hard. Topics covered will include how to combine Power BI, SQL Server Analysis Services(SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to offer the scale and flexibility to service your Business Intelligence needs…regardless of the scale.

About the presenter:

Paul Turley is a Business Intelligence Solution Architect and Mentor / Consultant for SolidQ. He has been architecting and developing applications and business intelligence solutions for large and small businesses since 1992. He has developed custom database, BI and reporting solutions for many companies in all industries. His expertise includes project lifecycle management, database modeling and design using SQL Server since version 6.5, application development and user interface design using ASP.NET, and enterprise BI solutions using SQL Server Reporting Services, Integration Services and Analysis Services. He teaches, develops training courseware, speaks at industry conferences and has authored and co-authored several technical books published by Wrox Press, Packt and Microsoft Press.

He has been a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) since 1996 and maintains certifications in software architecture and development, database administration (MCDBA) and project management methodologies (MSF & IT Project+.) He holds the current MCTS and MCITP certifications for SQL Server BI.

Paul's blog site is: www.sqlserverbiblog.com and may be contacted at paul@sqlserverbiblog.com. Paul has authored and co-authored several training courses and books including:

  • Designing Reporting Services/SharePoint BI Solutions 
  • SQL Server Analysis Services 2012 Cube Cookbook
  • SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes
  • Professional SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services


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