Analysis Services training | SSAS tabular model and multi-dimensional (cube)

If you need to know more about SQL Server Analysis Services, this is the page for you! We've also included some information on PowerPivot for Excel, since there's a big overlap between SSAS tabular and PowerPivot.

SQL Server Analysis Services classroom training

SSAS classroom training

We run Analysis Services courses using either legacy multidimensional models or the new tabular models:

Can't see the course you want? Have a look at our onsite SQL Server Analysis Services training page.

Other SSAS resources

We believe classroom training is the best way to learn SSAS, but we've included lots of other SSAS training resources below just in case you don't agree!

Other SQL Server Analysis Services training resources

SQL Server Analysis Services courseware

Sample SSAS course manuals to download

To help you choose the right Analysis Services course, we've published a sample courseware chapter for you to download:

SQL Server Analysis Services training venues

SSAS training venues

We run our SSAS courses in either London or Manchester (although we've run onsite courses nationwide):

SQL Server Analysis Services exercises

Try our SSAS exercises

SQL Server Analysis Services could be very dull if you let it be! That's why we avoid the standard Microsoft databases, and use our own make-a-mammal one instead (like build-a-bear, but less patented).

SQL Server Analysis Services blogs

Blogs on SSAS

Here are the blogs we've written on SQL Server Analysis Services:

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