SQL Server Reporting Services & SQL Server Analysis Services Performance Troubleshooting

Some useful posts\white papers that you can’t miss if you’re looking on how to increase or troubleshoot performances of Analysis and Reporting server:   Analysis Services Processing Best Practices http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/bestpractice/ssaspbpr.mspx#Profile   The recommendations in this white paper provide best practices for processing in Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2005 Analysis Services. These performance optimizations are based on real-world…

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SQL 2005 Standard Reports, SQL 2005 Performance Dashboard Reports and... DMVStats

  SQL Server 2005 introduced dynamic management views (DMV) and functions (DMF), a mechanism to allow you to look at the internal workings of SQL Server using TSQL. They allow you an easy method for monitoring what SQL Server is doing and how it is performing. They replace the need to query the system tables…

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Webcasts on SQL Server 2005 - New Entries!

  Just a quick update on the next webcasts available for SQL Server 2005 (and Sharepoint Services v3)!   SQL Server 2005 SP2 Tools and Improvements (Level 200)   Event Overview: In this webcast, we discuss the broad range of tools available for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 (SP2). If you are a…

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A New Site for Microsoft BI

  A new useful website entirely dedicated to Microsoft BI solution is online from the 20th February at http://www.microsoft.com/bi.   What you’ll find:   Learning Opportunities (webcasts, virtual labs, white papers) Upcoming Events Demos Useful Info to help you successfully plan, build and deploy a successful Microsoft BI solution.

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How To: Install SSRS 2000 after Share Point Services

  Here are some tips you might find useful if you are trying to Install SQL Server Reporting Services 2000 after having installed Share Point Services on the same machine.   The two products have in fact some interoperability issues, which are described in the SSRS 2000 Deployment Guide  (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/sql/2000/deploy/rsdepgd.mspx): but the process descibed in here…

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Join the Microsoft BI Conference 2007!

It’s official: Microsoft will host its first Business Intelligence conference in Seattle, at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center from May 9-11, 2007, where Microsoft expects approximately 2,000 conference attendees including CEOs, CFOs, IT professionals, partners and financial analysts. The conference will feature technical tracks and sessions, customer and partner presentations, executive keynotes, presentations…

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