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Join Joseph for a fascinating look into SQL Server 2016 and its unmatched innovation across on-premises and the cloud to help you turn data into intelligent action
Analytics is all about having a good set of analytical tools. Last year at Sqlbits I outlined 4 such tools, this session will expand on that set. We’ll cover Dark Data, Probability calculations, RFI
Buck Woody will lead you around the Cortana Intelligence Suite showing you how to create intelligent actions from data.
There's base R, modern R, the Hadleyverse, R in SQL, and more - understanding where to begin can be an exercise in frustration and cost you valuable time. This session takes you through the R you need to be productive quickly.
Lindsey Allen will peel back the curtain on SQL Server 2016 new feature Operational Analytics. We continue to invest heavily in in-memory technology and have now introduced one of the more important features we are releasing as part of SQL Server.
Learn from a real customer how they developed and deployed a series of BI Office solutions to support various business functions including: Finance, Web Analytics Supply, Pricing.
With R in SQL Server 2016, data engineers (DBAs, developers) are expanding their horizons and deriving more value for the business from their data. Come see how this is brining people in business together.
Come to this session to learn how to turn your existing applications into intelligent applications using the R integration into the SQL Server engine.
Learn how BI Office from Pyramid Analytics can turn your company into a data driven organisation heading for the stars, whilst combining the best of PowerBI on Premises.
This sessions covers the SQL Server 2016 Hero Features and you will see a real customer scenario demo showcasing the Full Lifecycle of Financial Data.
In this session, we will look at Predictive Analytics using SQL Server 2016 and R, using our boozy day at the Guinness factory as a backdrop to understanding why statistical learning is important for analytics today. Drinking Guinness is optional!
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