Oliver Engels is CEO of oh22data AG, a Microsoft Gold Partner in Germany specialized in CRM and BI. His interests are on Azure, Data Governance and Integration, Visualization Tools like SSRS, Power BI, Tableau and also R as well as SharePoint. Oliver has worked with SQL Server since version 6.5 and is a founding member and current president of PASS Germany, a PASS Regional Mentor, and runs the Frankfurt PASS Chapter. Since 2012 he is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and a Microsoft pTSP. If he is not working with data, he loves working with his Golden Retrievers and supports a charity project training dogs for disabled children. OK, he is an enthusiastic Land Rover Defender driver as well 😊
Oliver Engels has submitted 10 sessions for SQLBits 2020, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Common Data Model as the foundation of Power BI Dataflows and as part of the Open Data Initiative with SAP and Adobe, seems to be a pretty good move from Microsoft. We want to take a closer look to this approach
The Open Data Initiative is promising a lot. The underling Common Data Model is already a very clever move from Microsoft. We will explain the technology behind it and how to write models with transformation tools.
Common Data Model as the foundation of Power BI Dataflows and as part of the Open Data Initiative with SAP and Adobe, seems to be a pretty good move from Microsoft. We want to take a closer look to this approach
The Open Data Initiative is promising a lot. The underling Common Data Model is already a very clever move from Microsoft. We will explain the technology behind it and how to write models with transformation tools.
Get an overview of what is important when you want to set up a Power BI landscape. Let's discuss aspects of governance and recommendations from our customer projects.
Common Data Model as the foundation of Power BI Dataflows and as part of the Open Data Initiative with SAP and Adobe, seems to be a pretty good move from Microsoft. We want to take a closer look to this approach
The Open Data Initiative is promising a lot. The underling Common Data Model is already a very clever move from Microsoft. We will explain the technology behind it and how to write models with transformation tools.
This sessions provides information about important settings in your Power BI landscape you should know and tools that can help you manage and maintain it.
Common Data Model as the foundation of Power BI Dataflows and as part of the Open Data Initiative with SAP and Adobe, seems to be a pretty good move from Microsoft. We want to take a closer look to this approach
The Open Data Initiative is promising a lot. The underling Common Data Model is already a very clever move from Microsoft. We will explain the technology behind it and how to write models with transformation tools.

Sessions

Previous Sessions

Power BI is the Self-Service BI offering of Microsoft to all Information Workers out there, but hey: Is there anything for developers? We will have a look.
This session will show you what is possible in the Power BI Offering of Microsoft in relation to Data Governance
In this session, we show how SSIS and HDInsight can work together, as well as how Hadoop jobs can be executed and how data can be transferred with SSIS between HDInsight, SQL Server, and other sources or destinations.
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