This recorded video course covers the Tabular modeling in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2016 workshop.

The very content we deliver in classroom courses is now available in recorded format, at your fingertips. No knowledge of previous version of Analysis Services – Multidimensional – is required; Tabular is based on different concepts and on the DAX language, rather than MDX.

This video course was refreshed in 2016 and covers all the new features introduced by Analysis Services 2016, like the new DirectQuery engine, the integrated workspace, and bidirectional filter propagation in relationships.

In order to complete your training on Analysis Services Tabular, after this video course you should follow the Mastering DAX video course. In the Mastering DAX video course, you will learn how to write complex measures and queries using the DAX language, which is just shortly introduced in the SSAS Tabular video course.


Students of the video course have access to a private discussion area where they can interact with the instructors asking questions related to the lectures and the exercises.

Curriculum

  • Presentation of SSAS Tabular Video Course

    • Presentation of SSAS Tabular Video Course
      FREE
  • Slides and examples

    • How to download and use the examples
  • Introduction to Analysis Services

    • Introduction to Analysis Services
      FREE
    • What is Analysis Services?
      FREE
    • SSAS Architecture
      FREE
    • SSAS Server Mode
      FREE
  • Installing Analysis Services

    • Installing Analysis Services
      FREE
    • Installing SSAS 2016
    • Choosing the Account for the Service
    • Conclusions
  • Guided Tour of Tabular

    • Guided Tour of Tabular
      FREE
    • Sample Project
    • Key Points
    • Project Properties
    • Model Properties
    • Calculated Columns
      FREE
    • Measures
      FREE
    • Calculated Tables
    • Different Views of the Project
    • Other Topics
    • Querying with Excel
    • Querying with Power BI
    • Querying with SSMS
    • DAX Studio
    • DAX Editor
    • Conclusions
  • Loading Data

    • Loading Data
      FREE
    • Data Sources
    • Impersonation
    • Loading from SQL Server
    • Working with Big Tables
    • Loading from SSAS
    • Loading from Clipboard
    • DataSource Requirements
    • Conclusions
  • Tabular Presentation Layer

    • Tabular Presentation Layer
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • What are Hierarchies?
    • Naming Objects
    • Sorting Options
    • Formatting Options
      FREE
    • Perspectives
    • Table Properties
    • Display Folders
      FREE
    • Translations
    • KPI
    • Conclusions
  • VertiPaq In-Memory Engine

    • VertiPaq In-Memory Engine
      FREE
    • How In-Memory Engine Works?
    • What is the VertiPaq Engine?
    • Run Length Encoding (RLE)
    • VertiPaq In-Memory Compression
    • Conclusions
  • DirectQuery Mode

    • DirectQuery Mode
      FREE
    • How DirectQuery Works?
    • DirectQuery Advantages
    • VertiPaq versus DirectQuery
    • DirectQuery Settings
    • Sample Data Partitions
    • Setting DirectQuery with SSMS
    • Using DAX in DirectQuery
    • Query Limits
    • Monitoring DirectQuery
    • Real Time and Coherency of Values
    • DirectQuery Scenarios
    • Row-Level Security
    • Conclusions
  • Handling Security

    • Handling Security
      FREE
    • Security in SSAS Tabular
    • Role-Based Security
    • Administrator Role
    • Basic Data Security
    • Testing Security in Excel
    • Security = Filter Context
    • Role-Driven Dynamic Security
    • Dynamic Security Functions
    • DirectQuery Security
    • Conclusions
  • Relationships and Modeling in Tabular

    • Relationships and Modeling in Tabular
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • Tabular Relationships
    • USERELATIONSHIP and CROSSFILTER
    • What to Store in the Model?
    • Many-to-Many Relationships
    • What is Ambiguity?
    • Conclusions
  • VertiPaq Internals

    • VertiPaq Internals
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • Segmentation
    • Segment Configuration
      FREE
    • Data Memory Usage
    • Available DMV
    • Large Dimensions
    • Memory Usage During Process
    • Conclusions
  • Hardware

    • Hardware
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • Buying the Hardware
    • The NUMA Issue
    • Running in Virtual Machines
    • Conclusions
  • Processing and Partitioning Tabular Models

    • Processing and Partitioning Tabular Models
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • Deploying a Solution from SSDT
    • Other Deployment Techniques
    • Partitioning Strategy
    • Processing Options
    • Executing Process
    • Near Real Time
    • Conclusions
  • Monitoring Tabular

    • Monitoring Tabular
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • The SSAS Process
    • SSAS Configuration
    • VertiPaq Paging
    • Memory Limits
      FREE
    • Performance Counters
    • SQL Profiler
    • Extended Events
    • Conclusions
  • Interfacing with Tabular

    • Interfacing with Tabular
      FREE
    • Introduction
    • AMO and TOM Libraries
    • TMSL Commands
    • Automating Process and Partitioning
    • Automate Deployment
      FREE
    • Manipulate a Data Model
    • Conclusions
  • Conclusion

    • Conclusion
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Student Reviews (21)
  • Hans Bamesberger (Jul 1, 2017)

    I think that Alberto´s and Marco´s video courses cannot be topped. Simply the best. Not just professional content but also a lot of passion. I think after attending their course every student wants to become a BI professional. Many thanks to the twins Alberto and Marco.

  • Darren Weinstock (Jun 5, 2017)

    I give it a 4.5. I think a conclusion chapter would be great! Overall great job guys! Look forward to completing your SSAS 2016 book and the Mastering DAX recorded course! Keep up the good work.

    • Thanks for the feedback! We will consider it in future revisions.
      Reply by SQLBI (Jun 5, 2017)
  • VICTOR RUIZ (May 31, 2017)

    It was exactly what I was looking for! THANK YOU! EXCELENT JOB!

  • ronan dodworth (May 30, 2017)

    excellent !

  • Sadek Alaoui (May 18, 2017)

    Extremely satisfied.

  • Vanessa Cerda (May 15, 2017)

    It easy to follow, cover in detail a lot of information

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