17th - 19th July 2014

The International Centre, Telford

Platinum Sponsor
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Stacia Misner

Stacia Misner has over 25 years of experience with improving business practices through technology and has been providing consulting and education services for Microsoft’s business intelligence technologies since 2000. She founded Data Inspirations in 2006. Stacia is a SQL Server MVP, MCITP, MCTS, and a frequent speaker at technical conferences, including Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) and SQL Server Magazine’s Connections. She has over 14 years of experience in business intelligence architecture and implementation, data warehousing, OLAP, ETL, and reporting and analysis. During that time, Stacia has authored or co-authored multiple books about Microsoft business intelligence technologies.

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Stacia Misner has submitted 4 sessions for SQLBits 12, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Are multidimensional models dead on arrival? Are tabular models the future of analysis? Come to this session to learn the similarities and differences between these two approaches to analytical modeling available in SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services.
Windows Azure provides several options for building your BI solution in the cloud, but there are several additional considerations that you must factor into deciding how to architect your solution.
This session reviews the security architecture of each component in the BI stack and highlights vulnerabilities in the architecture that must be addressed to properly secure your BI environment.
Learn how to use performance counters, report execution log data, and trace files to troubleshoot performance problems. Learn how to set up a monitoring solution to capture data and diagnose slow queries.

Previous Sessions

Come spend a session with us while we play games with Reporting Services…literally! Come watch Stacia Misner and Erika Bakse push the limits with what can be built in SSRS.
In this first of two sessions, we review the architecture of SQL Server and its BI components and deployment options for optimal performance. We'll also discuss how to optimize data warehouse load operations.
Learn how to use performance counters, report execution log data, and trace files to troubleshoot performance problems. Learn how to set up a monitoring solution to capture data and diagnose slow queries.

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