Table Indexing for the .NET Developer: SQL Server Days 2011 Video Session

In this video, we learn how to implement security in Analysis Services 2008 R2, including more advanced topics such as dynamic security and security on parent/child hierarchies. It will also look at how security can be implemented in the Tabular model in BISM and compare functionality with the Multidimensional model.Security in Analysis Services 2008 R2 […]

SQL Server 2012In this video, we learn how to implement security in Analysis Services 2008 R2, including more advanced topics such as dynamic security and security on parent/child hierarchies. It will also look at how security can be implemented in the Tabular model in BISM and compare functionality with the Multidimensional model.

Security in Analysis Services 2008 R2 and BISM:

In this session, we look at the best and worse practices for indexing tables within your SQL Server 2008 databases. We also be looking into the new indexing features that are available in SQL Server 2008 (and SQL Server 2005) and how you the .NET developer can make the best use of them to get your code running its best.

  • Learn why indexes need to be created
  • Learn how indexes can help your databases performance
  • Learn how indexes can hurt your databases performance

Table Indexing for the .NET Developer:

In the video below, Lubor Kollar, a member of SQL Server development group looks at the Performance and Scalability Improvements in SQL Server 2012 Engine:

Antwerp Gas Terminal, a leading partners for storage, logistics, and distribution services for all European oil and petrochemical industries provide absolutely reliable services, throughput and storage facilities at the most attractive price in conditions of total safety. In the video, you will learn how they implemented near-realtime business intelligence to guarantee these services. "Using incremental loads in Integration Services and Reporting Services reports on iPad, combined with staggering Photoshop graphics we helped AGT to make a difference for their customers," said Peter Verrykt.

Extending the Reach of Microsoft BI to Virtually Any Mobile Device: