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sridhar.yalamanchi
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Hi,
I'm working on .NET, Now i'm learning MSBI(SSIS, SSRS, SSAS).
Which whicks are better and usefull for beginers on BI topic.
Plz guide me in this regard.

Thanks in advance,

Sridhar.
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There are all sorts of resources available, just depends on your preference (book, classroom, hands-on labs, videos, etc.). Here are a few resources to get started with:


Microsoft Virtual Labs is a great resource to work with the technologies and go through some exercises
http://www.microsoft.com/events/vlabs/default.mspx

TechNet BI Virtual Labs

Craig Utley has a site that you can watch some videos - http://www.learnmicrosoftbi.com/

Check out some books on Amazon Microsoft Business Intelligence

Check out some screencasts - Microsoft Business Intelligence Screencasts

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I highly recommend books. Not because they're better than a web site, but because they help you get organized. They progress from topic to topic. Get one and go through it, adding in Internet links and research as you don't understand things.

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Thank you verymuch.
I will go through those links.
I will post my clarifications, plase guide me, it will be great helo for me.

Thanks,
Sridhar.
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I'm reading "Delivingering Business Intelligence with MS - SQL Server 2005", by Brian Larson, but those links are very helpful. Sometimes you want something in a different media to look at besides a book. Videos and labs can help re-enforce what you're reading.
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For books, you can start with Step By Step series by Microsoft.
For online resource ... try this one

http://sqlserver2008jumpstart.microsofttraining.com/


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http://msbisql.blogspot.in/2012/03/ssis-new-features-in-sql-server-2008.html
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Here are two more new ones:

By Rob Kerr - http://msbiacademy.com/

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Microsoft Virtual Academy

https://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/

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You do realize this thread was from 2009, right?
I sure hope the OP has already mastered MS BI right now.

(furthermore, wouldn't it have been more useful to blog about the new features in SSIS 2012, instead of 2008?)



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