Feb 25, 2011 at 9:00 AM0
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Declarative Management Framework is a policy-based system for managing one or more instances of SQL Server 2008. In this presentation Bryan has discussed about working of Declarative Management Framework with demo.
This demonstration shows how to create a SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Group and how to add an additional replica to an existing Availability Group using the SQL Server Management Studio Availability Group wizards. Jonathan Kehayias Principal Consultant, SQLskills…
This demo shows how to create an Excel 2010 PivotTable using an SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services cube. The PivotTable will support interactive filtering with a slicer and incorporate calculations from the cube. Presenter: Peter Myers, Mentor, Solid Quality Mentors.
The SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services release embraces tabular model development. The tabular development approach, introduced with SQL Server 2008 R2 PowerPivot, is now available to the IT Professional, and extends beyond the features available in PowerPivot. PowerPivot has been enhanced with new…
SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services has been upgraded with new features and capabilities, including an exciting new self-service visual design experience named Power View, increased end-user productivity with data alerts, and improved better integration with SharePoint. Peter Myers Mentor, SolidQ
This demonstration creates a shared data source, uploads an existing report definition, and then relates the report's data source to the newly created data source. Then it proceeds to create a new data alert. The data alert is tested to first send no notification. Then data is modified to ensure a…
SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services introduces Power View, an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience which provides intuitive self-service reporting for business users against data exposed through the BI Semantic Model. Peter Myers Mentor, SolidQ