Well, this is a hard question and, in my opinion, SSIS seems that is going that way. At least the current experience it provides will definitely die and let me explain why. SSIS and SSAS As I said in a post before, SSAS multidimensional is dead! I mean, not exactly dead, but in the death […]Read more "Will SSIS die?"
During my career, there is one thing that always kept my attention. I saw so many very different data environments. What do I mean by this? The most common architecture I see applied to a Business Intelligence project involves a staging layer and then the data warehouse layer. One layer to drop all that was […]Read more "One more data layer please"
With the release of the SSAS Tabular version, Microsoft started the retirement process of the good old SSAS Multidimensional. The facts are there! “Where?!” You may ask. In the release notes that Microsoft made available to the public, every new version of SQL Server got fewer and fewer “new things” for the Multidimensional resulting in […]Read more "Goodbye SSAS Multidimensional"
As a BI professional, I have a set of tools that I require to have installed on my computer in order to do my work properly. It can be mandatory tools because I work with Microsoft BI stack or others because I feel they are really useful for some specific task while developing, debugging or […]Read more "Power Tools for Power Work"
Recently I’ve been thinking about how I could share some of my knowledge with readers about BI topics and came out with this idea of talking about the journey of a BI developer as he lands in a new job. It’s not a new concept and, in fact, I based my idea on “The Journey” […]Read more "The BI Journey – the road to success"