NEW AND IMPROVED … Better than ever!!!

Its brand new and shiny, our updated blog features a whole new layout and easier to navigate menu and blog posts. After doing a fair amount of review on our previous site in terms of traffic and other factors we identified our Blog had a few issues in terms in usability and layout / appearance….

MUMBAI 18th Aug to 20th Aug

Training DBAs in Mumbai on MS SQL Server 2012 HA. Visiting the city after a short while hope to do more sightseeing this time around.

Training CTS DBAs on MS SQL 2012

To kick off a new category on upcoming events I guess there could be no better way than to be at Chennai from the 11th to 15th Aug. I will be at the CTS main office in MPEZ. Look forward to meeting all my previous trainees.

A Social message

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. – Edmund Burke The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis. – Dante Alighieri This blog is a call to action.   If the above two phrases has some resonance…

SSAS: – Dimension Hierarchies

Most of the time there will be a relationship between different attributes in the dimension. We saw an example of this kind when we created the date dimension in the previous post. In particular this kind of relationship was a parent child relationship or a hierarchy between Years to Month to Week to Day. Such…

SSAS: Processing Options

In previous posts we have already covered why processing the cube is important, in this post we look at the various processing options available within Analysis Services. The below table has been reference from the MSDN website and neatly outlines the different options and the scenarios in which they are applicable. Usually process default works…

SSAS: Processing Options

In previous posts we have already covered why processing the cube is important, in this post we look at the various processing options available within Analysis Services. The below table has been reference from the MSDN website and neatly outlines the different options and the scenarios in which they are applicable. Usually process default works…