MSBI Training

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Duration :  30 Days

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Our  MSBI Training is carefully designed for aspiring BI Developers, Consultants, and Architects. MSBI Online Training includes basic to advanced Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse (DWH), and Data Analytics (OLAP) concepts on SSIS, SSAS, and SSRS. Complete practical and realtime MSBI Training with a 24×7 LIVE server and JOB Assistance. Enroll now and get certified in it.

MSBI Training Course Syllabus

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)

Introduction to SQL Server Integration ServicesProduct History

✔ SSIS Package Architecture Overview

✔ Development and Management Tools

✔ Deploying and Managing SSIS Packages

✔ Source Control for SSIS Packages

SSIS for DBAs: Using SQL Server Management Studio in (MSBI)

✔ The Import and Export Wizard

✔ Importing and Exporting Data

✔ Working with Packages

✔ Database Maintenance Plans

✔ Creating Database Maintenance Plans using SSMS

✔ Scheduling and Executing Plans

✔ Examining Database Maintenance Plan Packages

Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS)

✔ Launching BIDS

✔ Project templates

✔ The package designer

✔ The Toolbox

✔ Solution Explorer

✔ The Properties window

✔ The Variables window

✔ The SSIS menu

Introduction to Control Flow in MSBI

✔ Control Flow Overview

✔ Precedence Constraints

✔ Execute SQL Task

✔ Bulk Insert Task

✔ File System Task

✔ FTP Task

✔ Send Mail Task

Advanced ControlFlow

✔ Containers – grouping and looping

✔ Web Service Task

✔ WMI tasks

✔ Analysis Services tasks

✔ Execute Process Task

✔ Execute Package Task

Introduction to Data Flow

✔ Data Flow Overview

✔ Data Sources

✔ Data Destinations

✔ Data Transformations

✔ Copy Column Transformation

✔ Derived Column Transformation

✔ Data Conversion Transformation

✔ Conditional Split Transformation

✔ Aggregate Transformation

✔ Sort Transformation

✔ Data Viewers

Variables and Configurations

✔ Variables Overview

✔ Variable scope

✔ SSIS system variables

✔ Using variables in control flow

✔ Using variables in data flow

✔ Using variables to pass information between packages

✔ Property expressions

✔ Configuration Overview

✔ Configuration options

✔ Configuration discipline

Debugging, Error Handling, and Logging

✔ SSIS debugging overview

✔ Breakpoints in SSIS

✔ SSIS debugging windows

✔ Control Flow: The OnError event handler

✔ Data Flow: Error data flow

✔ Configuring Package Logging

✔ Built-in log providers

Advanced-Data Flow in MSBI

✔ Revisiting data sources and destinations

✔ He Lookup Transformation

✔ Getting Fuzzy: The Fuzzy Lookup and Fuzzy Grouping Transformations

✔ Multicast Transformation

✔ Merge and Merge Join Transformations

✔ Data Mining Query Transformation

✔ Data Mining Model Training Destination

✔ Slowly Changing Dimension Transformation

Extending SSIS through Custom Code

✔ Introduction to SSIS scripting

✔ SSIS script editor

✔ SSIS object model

✔ Script in Control flow: The Script Task

✔ Script in Data flow: The Script Component

✔ Introduction to SSIS component development

SSIS Package Deployment

✔ Configurations and deployment

✔ Deployment utility

✔ Deployment options

✔ Deployment security

✔ Executing packages – DTExec and DTExecUI

✔ Data Mining Model Training Destination

✔ Slowly Changing Dimension Transformation

SSIS Package Management

✔ SSIS Service

✔ Managing packages with SQL Server Management Studio Scheduling packages with SQL Server Agent

SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

Introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services

✔ Tour of Features

✔ Reporting Services Architecture

✔ Reporting Services Terminology

✔ Reporting Services Editions

✔ Taking Reporting Services for a Spin

Creating Reports

✔ Deconstructing Reporting Services

✔ Shared Data Sources

✔ Creating Reports from Scratch

Calculations and Formatting

✔ Creating Expressions

✔ Using the Global Collections

✔ Formatting Items

✔ Conditional Formatting

Grouping and Sorting

✔ Creating Groups

✔ Calculating Totals and Percentages

✔ Interactive Sorting

✔ Creating Drill-Down Reports

Report Parameters

✔ Creating Report Parameters

✔ Creating Drop-Down Parameters

✔ Multi-Valued Parameters

✔ Debugging Parameter Issues

Creating Matrix Reports and Charts

✔ Creating a Basic Matrix Report

✔ Matrix Subtotals

✔ Creating a Basic Chart

✔ Exploring the Charting Possibilities

Managing Reporting Services

✔ Deploying Reports and Data Sources

✔ Exporting Reports and Printing

✔ Using the Web-Based Report Manager

✔ Using SQL Server Management Studio-based Reporting Services Manager

Snapshots and Subscriptions

✔ Caching and Snapshots

✔ Creating Standard Subscriptions

✔ Creating Data-Driven Subscriptions

✔ Managing Subscriptions

Ad-Hoc Reporting with Report Builder

✔ Report Builder Architecture

✔ Creating Report Model Projects

✔ Running Report Builder

SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)

What Is Microsoft BI?

✔ Core concept – BI is the cube or UDM

✔ Example cube as seen using Excel pivot table

✔ MSBI is comprehensive – more than Analysis Services on SQL Server

✔ Demonstration of SQL Reporting Services with cube as data source

Using SSAS in BIDS

✔ Understanding the development environment

✔ Creating Data Sources and Data Source Views

✔ Creating cubes – using Cube Build Wizard

✔ Refining Dimensions and Measures in BIDS

Intermediate SSAS

✔ KPIs Calculations

✔ Translations – cube metadata and currency localization

✔ Actions – regular, drill-through and reporting

Cube Storage and Aggregation

✔ Storage topics – basic aggregations, MOLAP

✔ Advanced Storage Design – MOLAP, ROLAP, HOLAP

✔ Partitions – relational and Analysis Services partitions

✔ Customizing Aggregation Design – Processing Design

✔ Welcome to the Real-Time – Proactive Caching

✔ Cube processing options


✔ Basic syntax

✔ Using the MDX query editor in SQL Server Management Studio

✔ Most-used Functions & Common tasks

✔ New MDX functions

✔ Adding calculated members

✔ Adding scripts

✔ Adding named sets

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MSBI Training FAQ'S

Explain MSBI ?

MSBI means Microsoft Business Intelligence. It is one of the ETL tools which provides the best solution for BI and Data Mining Queries. Using BI, you can plan and analyze your business with dashboards, reporting analytics, and scorecards. It uses SQL Server and Visual studio to provide various tools for different processes in BI. BI provides information by converting and processing the data. Data and information seem to be similar, but both are different.

There are three tools in MSBI

  • SSIS – SQL Server Integration Services
  • SSRS – SQL Server Reporting Services
  • SSAS – SQL Server Analytical Services

What is the procedure to log SSIS executions?

Well, on the off chance that your SSIS Package is sent utilizing Project Deployment Model and its SSIS Package is executed inside SQL Agent JOB at that point play out the accompanying strides to send out sign in Excel format.

Open the SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio).

Go on to the node that is given here

(Select Your Server then select Integration Services Catalog then select SSISDB, the option of your folder then move on to your project and finally selectYourPackag).

The next step is to Right-click on Package then on Reports then on Standard Reports then on All executions as is given in the below image.

Now when the Report is visible to you the next step is to go and click on "All messages" option that is given there

In the Report go and do a right-click on Export then Excel-like below.

Explain SSIS Architecture?

In SSIS architecture, there are four main components they are:

  • Integration Services Object Model: it consists of command-line utilities, controlled API, and integration service tools.
  • DataFlow Engine: inbuilt buffers are present and manage the data flow from the source location to the destination.
  • Integration Services: performs storage of packages and monitors the integration services.
  • Integration Services runtime executables and run time: it configures execution & layouts of packages and helps in connections, configurations, breakpoints, etc.

What do you gather by the term Analysis Services?

Analysis Services is a logical information motor (Vertipaq) utilized in choice help and business examination. It gives undertaking grade semantic information models for business reports and customer applications, for example, Power BI, Excel, Reporting Services reports, and other information perception apparatuses. Analysis Services is accessible in various stages, for example, SSAS, Azure Analysis Services, and so on.

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Explain the term Unified Dimensional Model and its importance in MSBI.

Unified Dimensional Model (UDM) goes about as an extension among clients and information sources.

It is important because of it-

  • Enriches the client model
  • Provides superior inquiries supporting the intuitive investigation
  • Allows business rules to be caught in the model to give better investigation


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