17th - 19th July 2014

The International Centre, Telford

Platinum Sponsor
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Niko Neugebauer

Niko Neugebauer is a BI Consultant for OH22. A SQL Server MVP with over 15 years experience in IT, he is very passionate about Data Platform and Community. He is a founder and a leader of the Portuguese SQL Server User Group, SQLPort (http://www.sqlport.com). His passion about SQLSaturday led him to organise the first SQLSaturday outside of North America – SQLSaturday #78. Niko has already presented at PASS Summit, SQLRally Nordic, and SQLSaturdays all around the world.

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Niko Neugebauer has submitted 5 sessions for SQLBits 12, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

SQL Server 2014 receives a very new & important feature - Clustered Columnstore Indexes. Using a xVelocity compression and a batch processing mode this type of indexes takes many different types of workload to a whole new level.
Dive deep into Clustered Columnstore Indexes structure and functionalities. See in action locking & blocking, as well as how dictionaries react on diferent types of data, and discover if the data type is right for your dictionaries.
Join me for an hour of playing with different ETL patterns by using Clustered Columnstore Indexes. Using different Hardware might lead you to different conclusions, and the size of the workload is always the paramount of your performance.
Collecting your geographical information might be fun - or it might actually serve as an alibi, or even prove your innocence. Join this session for a hour of data exploration around favorite bars and coffee shops you check into on FourSquare.
This session talks about the new features for table partitioning in SQL Server 2014, such as Single Partition Online Rebuild, and of course - Incremental Statistics.

Previous Sessions

In the ideal world, all information and structures are static, but in the real world almost everything is dynamic, and changes are constant. This session reviews different methods for generating MSBI content (SSIS, SSRS) dynamically.

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