Recently I’ve been thinking about my concepts of data warehouse design and if they still make sense for the market. A few months ago, I wrote some rules about what I think constitutes a good data warehouse, check them below. DATA WAREHOUSE GOAL In my opinion, all data warehouses are built to address a simple […]Read More Data Warehouse Design
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.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.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.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 visualizing data.Read More Power Tools for Power Work
During my career, for several times I had the chance to either build a new Data Warehouse for a company or to work with their existing one. Because of that, I understand what should be taken into consideration when people take care of their Data Warehouse and I wrote my 6 golden rules for a great environment.Read More 6 Rules for an amazing Data Warehouse
This is a recognition post to Microsoft and a thank you because finally provided Microsoft Business Intelligence Professionals with the right tools to actually do our work.Read More Power journey