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Week of Data Warehousing Webinar Series – 2/23 to 2/27/2009

Posted by denglishbi on February 13, 2009

In case you haven’t heard about this yet and are interested in finding out more information about designing, loading, performance tuning, and reporting against data warehouses, you might want to check out these webinars.

Join SQL Server authors and MVPs for a week of warehousing and get the latest on Microsoft Business Intelligence inside your environment. If you are in any stage of a data warehouse design, administration or planning you won’t want to miss out on this free "week of warehousing" webinar series, free from SQLServerCentral.com and in partership with Wrox and Pragmatic Works. You may attend all five sessions if you wish or register for the sessions independently. Audio is provided either via a phone or over your computer speakers (voice over IP).

In this week of warehousing, you’ll learn how to design a data warehouse, load it using SSIS, place a cube on top of it using SSAS and report against it using SSRS. Finally, you’ll see how to performance tune and scale the data warehouse using common techniques. All speakers have authored many of your favorite books from Wrox (some speakers will be announced next week). SQLServerCentral.com’s last webinar series had nearly 15,000 registered so register quick for one the morning or afternoon session to claim your spot!

Registration is open to the first 1,000 people in each session and seats are going fast.

Week of Warehousing Webinar Series Schedule

Speakers include Joy Mundy, Brian Knight, Siva Harinath, Paul Turley, and JC Armand.

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