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Posted Tuesday, November 26, 2013 2:59 AM
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Can anyone recommend a reputable training provider (ideally classroom / lab based), for Analysis Services 2008 or 2012? There are numerous training providers out there but I would ideally like to go with a recommendation. I am also looking for something focusing on just SSAS rather than the full MSBI stack.

Location wise I am looking at London / South East England.

Any recommendations would be appreciated..


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Posted Tuesday, November 26, 2013 4:41 AM



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I would recommend Chris Webb ( You know how people like to say "he wrote the book", well Chris did, or at least he co- authored MDX Solutions - basically a SSAS practitioners bible.

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I also recommend the trainings by Chris Webb. I followed his SSAS Tabular training (together with Alberto Ferrari as a teacher) and his knowledge of SSAS is overwhelming. He is one of the few SSAS Maestros in the world (highest certification possible for SSAS. I'm not sure it still exists) and even gives/gave the courses to become an SSAS Maestro. I've also seen him present on various SSAS topics on SQL Server events and he really is a good speaker.

You can find his training site here:

Only downside is that his earliest SSAS course is in March of next year.
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please contact He gives online training on MSBI ( SSIS,SSRS, SSAS)
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