New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 2: Investing in the Already Mature Multidimensional Model

New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 2: Investing in the Already Mature Multidimensional Model

I recently attended Microsoft’s quarterly Minnesota BI User Group Meeting, and I particularly enjoyed learning from Will Weber (a Data Platform Solution Architect at Microsoft) about their upcoming release of SQL Server 2016. This is the second installment in a blog series that will summarize the various additions and enhancements that Microsoft is introducing to their BI stack from the...

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New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 1: A Much Needed Facelift for the Tabular Model

New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 1: A Much Needed Facelift for the Tabular Model

I recently attended Microsoft’s quarterly Minnesota BI User Group Meeting, and I particularly enjoyed learning from Will Weber (a Data Platform Solution Architect at Microsoft) about their upcoming release of SQL Server 2016. This blog series will summarize the various additions and enhancements that Microsoft is introducing to their BI stack from the perspective of a BI developer.…

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A Workaround for Column Security in the SQL Server Analysis Services BISM Tabular Model

An often needed feature in the SSAS BISM Tabular Model is the ability to restrict users from viewing certain columns.  Perspectives enable a better user experience but are not meant to be used as a security feature, as users can still access the underlying cube.  Tabular models enable flexible row filtering, but do not provide any functionality for column or perspective security.…

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