£695 + VAT for most venues (£795 + VAT for London)
For anyone who is familiar with relational databases, tabular models in Analysis Services are easier to create and use than the old multi-dimensional cube models; plus they use DAX as a language, rather than the harder-to-understand MDX. Tabular models are a natural extension of PowerPivot within Excel.
This course will show you (among other things): how to create tabular models by combining tables from SQL Server, Access, Excel and other data sources; how to create DAX calculated columns and measures to extend your data mode; and how to extract data from these models using clients such as Excel pivot tables.
This course runs in SQL Server 2017, but will be appropriate if you're using SQL Server 2012, 2014 or 2016 too. If you're in any doubt about the differences between the various SQL Server versions, ask us!
Mary-Ann Forrest (Cotswold District Council)
Rebecca Henry (ATS Euromaster Ltd)
Emma Burnell (The Outward Bound Trust)
David Edwards (Branston Ltd)
Harshal Vijapura (NHS Brent CCG)
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You should be familiar with how relational databases work to attend this course. You'll also find the course more difficult if you haven't used pivot tables in Excel.