When used with the MDX query language, SQL Server Analysis Services allows developers to build full-scale database applications to support such business functions as budgeting, forecasting, and market analysis.
Shows readers how to build data warehouses and multi-dimensional databases, query databases, and use Analysis Services and other components of SQL Server to provide end-to-end solutions
Contents at a Glance
Part 1: Introduction to Analysis Services
1 Introduction to OLAP and Its Role in Business Intelligence
2 Multidimensional Space
3 Client/Server Architecture and Multidimensional Databases: An Overview
Part 2: Creating Multidimensional Models
4 Conceptual Data Model
5 Dimensions in the Conceptual Model
6 Cubes and Multidimensional Analysis
There are a couple of reasons why SQL Server, the system that comprises
Database Engine, Analysis Services, Reporting Services and Integration
Services is the best choice for a broad spectrum of end users and database
programmers building business applications:
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