Lynn Langit at SoCal .NET Architecture 8/21/08
SQL Server 2008 BI Architecture
In this demo-filled session, Lynn explained architectural considerations around implementation of OLAP cubes and Data Mining models using the SQL Server 2008 product stack. Here she demonstrated SSAS, SSIS and SSRS. Her talk included research for her new book, along with lessons learned from the real world (from her previous practice as BI architect).
Here’s Lynn’s slide deck from her presentation.
Lynn Langit is a developer evangelist for Microsoft. She blogs at http://blogs.msdn.com/SoCalDevGal. In addition to presenting information about new .NET developer technologies, such as WCF, LINQ and Silverlight, Lynn speaks about SQL Server Data Warehousing and Data Mining. She also speaks about SharePoint. Lynn leads the local DigiGirlz days and camps – these are free events for high-school-aged girls. As part of this effort, Lynn advises on curriculum using non -traditional developer tools such as PopFly and StoryTelling Alice. She has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer for 9 years and holds these certifications: MCP, MCT, MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA, MCITP (SQL Admin/Dev/BI) and MSF. In April 2007 Lynn published “Foundations of SQL Server