SQL Server Analysis Services

Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) is an online analytical processing (OLAP), data mining and reporting tool in Microsoft SQL Server. SSAS is used as a tool by organizations to analyze and make sense of information possibly spread out across multiple databases, or in disparate tables.

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  1. Collaboration of OLTP and OLAP systems
  2. Major differences between OLTP and OLAP
  3. Data Warehouse
  4. Data Warehouse - Multidimensional Cube
  5. Data Warehouse - Multidimensional Cube Types
  6. Data Warehouse - Architecture and Multidimensional Model
  7. Data Warehouse - Dimension tables.
  8. Data Warehouse - Fact tables.
  9. Data Warehouse - Conceptual Modeling.
  10. Data Warehouse - Star schema.
  11. Data Warehouse - Snowflake schema.
  12. Data Warehouse - Fact constellations
  13. Data Warehouse - OLAP Servers 


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  2. SSAS is MSBI tool that can be used to store the data into multidimensional format to do the better data analysis in multi dimension ways. You can create a cube or mining model with help of this ssas and this cube & mining model can be used by business analysts to see the data pattern and they can estimate the forecast and make a better business decision to grow the business. (So OLTP system tell us what is happening now and OLAP system tell us why this is happening and what can be happened in the near future).....

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