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18:00 Registration, hello & welcome
18:15 Nat Sundar
Continuous Integration for Reporting Services
Developing a Report with Reporting Services is easy. But how can we deliver consistent and bug free Report in a short turnaround. Continuous Integration help us to Build, Unit Test and Deploy the components as we develop. It helps the Developers, DBAs, Test Engineers and the Release Managers.
Nat Sundar is an independent SQL BI consultant working in the UK with Bachelor Degree in Engineering. He has considerable years of experience with the UK Financial Services Industry (Mainly in Insurance and Investment Banking). He is currently working for a large scale BI Project for a Global Investment Bank in London.
He is passionate about SQL Server, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS and MDX. Linked-In Profile: http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/nat-sundar/58/a87/842
19:30 Tony Rogerson
It’s just Data stupid – Ok, the multiple ways we can store it.
Today’s environment is a polyglot database, that is to say, it’s made up of a number of different database sources and possibly types. In this session we’ll look at some of the options of storing data – relational, key/value, document etc. I’ll overview what is SQL, NoSQL and NewSQL to give you some context for today’s world of data storage.