Archives: February 2012
Reporting Services performance problems can often be narrowed down to report design or resource constraints and sometimes a combination of the two. In this post I’ll review the process of scaling-out Reporting Services so server resource constraints can be shared across multiple servers instead of relying on a single server… Read more
Have you ever experienced this?
You have developed a set of Reporting Services report that your users love and they often show them off. The most common way users show off the reports is by taking screenshot images of the reports and embedding those images in a PowerPoint slide deck… Read more
|Today Pragmatic Works released a whitepaper I wrote and I thought I would share it with you. Prepare for Marketing email…|
I’m so excited to tell you about SQL Saturday 130 in Jacksonville coming April 28th. This is the 5th year SQL Saturday has been held in Jacksonville and we have some exciting news about the event this year.
If you have never attended a SQL Saturday before… WHERE HAVE YOU… Read more
Dynamic Management Views are a very powerful tool that are part of Analysis Services in 2008 and 2008 R2. They give you the ability to monitor Analysis Services usage and metadata.
MSDN articles on SSAS DMVs – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms126079.aspx
Good post on using SSAS DMVs – http://dwbi1.wordpress.com/2010/01/01/ssas-dmv-dynamic-management-view/
A report developer could… Read more