We are exicted to announce the launch of BI xPress Server! BI xPress Server joins the DOC xPress Server in our Workbench Server line of products. Our line of server products gives your business and technical users access to your company's data, without requiring them to have a desktop installation.
Pragmatic Works Blog
Company blog for some of our Pragmatic Works employee to write about company happenings and about the software business.
On Thursday we hosted the Tabular and Power Pivot Feature Limitations webinar with Brad Schacht. He took us through the various Tabular and Multidimensional differences, as well as a work around for features that are not supported in Tabular. This webinar is sure to assist you in making an informed decision as to which product you want to use based on your needs to get the best information in your PowerPivot.
Since Pragmatic Works has so many amazing employees we've decided to put them in the limelight. Our employees are what make Pragmatic Works successful and we wouldn't succeed without them. Each month we will be highlighting a stellar employee that often goes above and beyond the call of duty. It's a small way we can say thanks for everything they do.
I can’t connect my package…never fear Brad Schacht to the rescue!
So you want to connect your SSIS package to Excel, SQL Server, Oracle and some Flat Files but you just can’t seem to get it to work. No worries! Our superhero consultant, Brad Schacht, will help break things down and show you how to make these connections one by one. Brad will show some of his super powers in ways that will assist you with using SSIS to do a simple data dump, how to keep tables in sync, and how to do incremental loads.
We are so excited that SQLSaturday Nashville is this weekend! The event will be held Jan 17, 2015 at Lipscomb University; One University Park Drive, Nashville, TN 37204. SQLSaturday Nashville brings together SQL Server professional and those wanting to learn about SQL server togther.
Six of Pragmatic Works' consultants will be presenting on Saturday. Below is a list of their sessions and you can can receive more information about each one by clicking on the title.
This is a follow up blog post based on the Intro to Data Factory session I gave on the Training on the T’s with Pragmatic Works. Find more free training from the past and upcoming here. I did my session on January 13, 2015.
In this session, I gave a simple introduction to new Azure Data Factory using a CopyActivity pipeline between Azure Blob Storage and Azure SQL Database. Below is a diagram illustrating the factory that is created in the demo.
Tagged With: Azure
Thank you to all of the people who took the time to view my session on Data Analytics and Distribution with Power BI. I really enjoy getting the chance to decrease the confusion I hear regarding Power BI, and hope that you will find the question and answer section helpful if you are trying to learn more about the product.
Tagged With: Power BI
Back in December Pragmatic Works' BI Consultant, Alan Faulkner, did a presentation on Intro to Big Data Analytics. In this session he introduced the Hadoop-based services in Windows Azure and used PowerBI features to build a self-service BI Big Data solution. Now we are offering you an outline and demo to accompany his presentation.
Every week Pragmatic Works hosts free webinars on a wide range of topics that include Power BI, Performance Tuning and many other SQL Server topics. Join our industry experts every Tuesday and Thursday (and sometimes other days) at 11 a.m. EST to expand your SQL Server knowledge!
Which comes first the Chicken or the Egg?
It doesn’t really matter which comes first in this instance, it’s more about the egg. In this particular webinar Kathy Kellenberger is going to tell us how to cook our egg, in a matter of speaking. Let’s just assume that the webinar, “Get Started with T-SQL SELECT Part 1” teaches about how to take care of the chicken to get her to lay an egg.