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Optimize reporting and BI with Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Professional Microsoft SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services and Mobile Reports provides a comprehensive lesson in business intelligence (BI), operational reporting and Reporting Services architecture using a clear, concise tutorial approach. You'll learn effective report solution design based upon many years of experience with successful report solutions. Improve your own reports with advanced, best-practice design, usability, query design, and filtering techniques. Expert guidance provides insight into common report types and explains where each could be made more efficient, while providing step-by step instruction on Microsoft SQL Server 2016. All changes to the 2016 release are covered in detail, including improvements to the Visual Studio Report Designer (SQL Server Data Tools) and Report Builder, Mobile Dashboard Designer, the new Report Portal Interface, HTML-5 Rendering, Power BI integration, Custom Parameters Pane, and more. The Microsoft SQL Server 2016 release will include significant changes. New functionality, new capabilities, re-tooled processes, and changing support require a considerable update to existing knowledge. Whether you're starting from scratch or simply upgrading, this book is an essential guide to report design and business intelligence solutions.
- Understand BI fundamentals and Reporting Services architecture
- Learn the ingredients to a successful report design
- Get up to speed on Microsoft SQL Server 2016
- Grasp the purpose behind common designs to optimize your reporting
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About the Author
About the author Paul Turley is an independent BI consultant and trainer, owner of Intelligent Business LLC and Mentor for SolidQ. He is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and Microsoft Certified Trainer with multiple industry certifications, and teaches classes on SQL Server technologies to companies around the world. Paul has authored several books and courses on database and BI technologies. He blogs at SqlServerBiBlog.com. Visit us at wrox.com where you have access to free code samples, Programmer to Programmer forums, and discussions on the latest happenings in the industry from around the world.