|Subject:||On beyond Zebra AdventureWorks or where did I go wrong?|
|Start Time:||Thursday, November 17, 2011 8:00 PM US Eastern Time (November 18, 2011 1:00 AM GMT)|
|End Time:||Thursday, November 17, 2011 9:00 PM US Eastern Time (November 18, 2011 2:00 AM GMT)|
|Presenter:||Steve Simon (LinkedIn)|
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|On beyond Zebra AdventureWorks OR where did I go wrong?
No matter how well planned and executed, the data structures of any data warehouse oft times eventually land up resembling something out of a Dr. Seuss book. In this presentation we shall be looking at and discussing a few of the “perfect” data structures (that I have inherited) and discussing the flaws that have only recently surfaced. We shall be looking at the ‘before’, discussing a few alternatives to make these structure more efficient and effective, then we shall then look at final “production structure” and the resulting improvement metrics; all of which help us to help our clients’ make better decisions in a timely manner.
Steve is actively involved with the SQL Server community within the Boston area and is a regular presenter at the New England Code Camps and SQL Saturday events and participates actively on many of the Microsoft User Forums. He is also the Virtual Chapter leader of the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) Oracle – SQL Server Virtual Chapter and is a PASS regional mentor.
Steve has also presented papers at the Information Builders’ International Technology Summits ( in New Orleans (1998), in Orlando (1999), Las Vegas (2007), two in Nashville (2008), one in Nashville (2009), one in Orlando 2010 and will be presenting a paper at the 2011 Summit in Dallas TX).
Steve has also had two papers published in Information Builders’ Systems Journal, is the chairman of the Boston User Forum and is a regular User Forum and Webinar presenter for Information Builders.
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