Get yourself trained on Complete Business Intelligence with this Online Training Complete Business Intelligence with SSIS, SSAS and SSRS.
Online Training Complete Business Intelligence with SSIS, SSAS and SSRS
*** This course includes LIFETIMEaccess, More content is being developed,quality of lectures are a 100%satisfaction guarantee *** Reviews from some of our students”I had little knowledge about Business Intelligence. But after attending this course and practising the examples. I can now do BI solutions on my own.”-Edwin Molapo”Great course. I am in College currently getting my BA in Data Analytics and this course has help solidify my learning and also helped me with projects we had in our classes. I would highly recommend for and Business Intelligence seekers “-Jared Rentz”Easy to follow and very understandable”-Dilli SharmaAs data volumes are exploding, more data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race. With an estimate of 4.1 zettabyets of data available today, the numbers just keeps increasing every second. Organizations today estimate that only a fraction of recorded data can be analyzed, and IT professionals who can work with data by Data Integration, Data Analyzation, Data Visualization etc. in short a ‘Data Geek’ are becoming increasingly popular.In Simpler terms, there is enormous amount of data and not enough professionals to manage it.This course aims to close that gap with SQL Server Management Studio and SQL Server Data Tools for Business Intelligence (BI).We will Learn from the basics of creating a Microsoft Business Intelligence (MS BI)ecosystem, Sql server Integrating services(SSIS), Sql Server Analysis Services (SSAS), Sql Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and putting all of them together to learn the Complete Microsoft Business Intelligence (MS BI)Learn and Master Microsoft Business Intelligence(MS BI) in this Comprehensive course.SSIS(Sql Server Integrating Services)Extracting Data from Source.Transforming the Data in a staging areaLoading the data onto a destinationManaging different types of sources and destinationsImplementing aggregates and transformationsManaging data flow and control flow tasksSSAS(Sql Server Analysis Services)Configuring analysis servicesCreating a cubeManaging data in the data source viewDesigning and deploying Cube dimensions and meassuresSSRS(Sql Server Reporting Services)Creating reports and visualizationsWith 6 years of experience in the BI, Data analytics and Big Data, be sure to get rich content to help you succeed. Although it is still in the beginning phase but more in depth and quality lectures are being added regularly.
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