SQL Server 2014
This white paper describes how business intelligence developers can apply query and processing performance-tuning techniques to their OLAP solutions running on Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.
This paper is based on the performance guide for 2008 R2 and has been reviewed and updated to validate performance on SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014.
The intent of this article is to assist you with choosing the business intelligence (BI) tools that meet your organization’s BI needs. Microsoft provides a variety of BI tools that can address key workloads. The article discusses the workloads and the tools
that best support each workload.
Many organizations are taking advantage of the benefits of cloud computing such as lower capital expenditures and increased agility, while still maintaining data in on-premises data stores. This paper describes best practices for security, networking, and
component architecture for building a hybrid business intelligence (BI) environment by using a combination of Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure, and on-premises data sources.
Overview and Capabilities
This topic describes options for migrating content from one
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report server to another report server.
Applies to: SQL Server 2012, SQL Server 2014
Publication date: January 2014
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