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VertiPaq Analyzer 2.0 Preview 1

In 2015 I released the first version of VertiPaq Analyzer, a tool to quickly analyze the structure and data distribution of a Tabular model that can be used with Analysis Services and Power BI.  Read more

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VertiPaq Analyzer

VertiPaq Analyzer is useful to analyze VertiPaq storage structures for a data model in Analysis Services Tabular. A complete description and short tutorial is available in the article Data Model Size with VertiPaq Analyzer.  Free download

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VertiPaq Analyzer 1.7

VertiPaq Analyzer is useful to analyze VertiPaq storage structures for a data model in Analysis Services Tabular. Learn how to connect VertiPaq Analyzer to Power BI and to SSAS Tabular, and see quick overview of the features available. Then, download…  Watch now

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Large Dimensions in SSAS Tabular #ssas #vertipaq

After many years of helping several companies around the world creating small and large data models using SQL Server Analysis Services Tabular, I’ve seen a common performance issue that is underestimated at design time. The VertiPaq engine in SSAS Tabular  Read more

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Data Model Size with VertiPaq Analyzer

Analyzing table and column size is an important step in optimizing a data model for Power Pivot, Power BI, or Analysis Services Tabular. This article describes VertiPaq Analyzer, an Excel workbook to analyze detailed information extracted from Dynamic Management Views.  Read more

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New Whitepaper from SQLBI: Vertipaq vs ColumnStore

At the end of June 2012, I was in Amsterdam to present some sessions at Teched Europe 2012 and, while preparing the material for the demos (yes, the best demos are the ones I prepare at the last minute), I decided to make a comparison between the two  Read more

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VertiPaq vs ColumnStore Comparison

SQL 2012 gives you two different xVelocity engines, with different capabilities and different scenarios of implementation, the paper will help you choose the right one or, at least, raise your curiosity about performing more tests on your specific scenario.  Read more