Business Intelligence is techniques for transforming data into information. This information helps to make quick decisions. Business intelligence (BI) is the set of techniques and tools for the transformation of raw data into meaningful and useful information for business analysis purposes. BI technologies are capable of handling large amounts of unstructured data to help identify, develop and otherwise create new strategic business opportunities.
MSBI stands for Microsoft Business Intelligence. MSBI is a powerful suite and is composed of tools which helps in providing best solutions for Business Intelligence and Data Mining Queries. MSBI empower users to gain access to accurate and up-to-date information for better decision making in an organization. This tool uses Visual studio along with SQL server and offers different tools for different processes which are required in Business Intelligence (BI) solutions.
MSBI is divided into 3 categories: –
1. SSIS – SQL Server Integration Services – Integration tool.
2. SSAS – SQL Server Analytical Services -Analysis tool.
3. SSRS – SQL Server Reporting Services – Reporting tool.
This tutorial is designed for all those readers who want to read and transform raw data to produce insights for business using MS BI . In addition, it will also be quite useful for those readers who would like to become a Data Analyst or Data Scientist.
Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a basic understanding of DATABASE. A basic understanding of SQL will help you in understanding the MSBI concepts. Familiarity with SQLSERVER will help you learn it very fast
- Course Agenda
- SQL Server 2008R2 Integration Services
- Introduction to Data Flow
- Data Sources
- Data Flow Transformations
- Advanced Data Flow
- Data Flow Destinations
- Introduction to Control Flow
- Advanced Control Flow
- Variables and Configurations
- Debugging, Error Handling and Logging
- Extending SSIS through Custom Code – Scripting
- SSIS Package Deployment
- SSIS Package Management
- What Is Microsoft Business Intelligence?
- Intermediate SSAS
- Cube Storage and Aggregation
- Beginning MDX
- Intermediate MDX
- SSAS Administration
- Introduction to SSAS Clients
- SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Architecture
- Creating basic reports
- Leveraging expressions
- Grouping and sorting data
- Implementing Parameters and Filters Building parameters into reports
- Restricting report data with filters
- Leveraging Advanced Reporting Features Combining data regions in one report
- Presenting data with appropriate detail
- Deploying and Delivering Reports Deploying reports to the server
- Securing Reporting Services Securing the RS environment
- Creating reports with Report Builder