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Microsoft 70-466: Implementing Data Models & Reports with SQL Server 2012

Course Description

13.4 Hours

47 Videos

This course prepares students for the Microsoft 70-466: Implementing Data Models & Reports with SQL Server 2012 exam. The course focuses on creating managed enterprise BI solutions and covers how to implement multidimensional and tabular data models, deliver reports with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services, create dashboards with Microsoft SharePoint Server Performance Point Services, and discover business insights by using data mining.

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The exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.

  • Build an analysis services multidimensional database (35-40%)
  • Manage, maintain, and troubleshoot a SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) database (15-20%)
  • Build a tabular data model (15-20%)
  • Build a report with SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) (25-30%)

As of February 18, 2016, this exam includes content covering both SQL Server 2012 and 2014. Please note that this exam does not include questions on features or capabilities that are present only in the SQL Server 2012 product.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introduction To Business Intelligence And Data Modeling

  1. Introduction To Business Intelligence and Data Modeling Part1
  2. Introduction To Business Intelligence and Data Modeling Part2
  3. The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 1
  4. The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 2
  5. The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 3
  6. The Microsoft Business Intelligence Platform Part 4

Module 2: Implementing Reports The SQL Server Reporting Services

  1. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 1
  2. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 2
  3. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 3
  4. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 4
  5. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 5
  6. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 6
  7. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 7
  8. Implementing Reports the SQL Server Reporting Services Part 8

Module 3: Supporting Self Service Reporting

  1. Supporting Self Service Reporting Part 1
  2. Supporting Self Service Reporting Part 2

Module 4: Managing Report Execution And Delivery

  1. Managing Report Execution And Delivery
  2. Managing Report Execution
  3. Subscriptions And Data Alerts

Module 5: Creating Multidimensional Databases

  1. Creating Multidimensional Databases
  2. Creating Data Sources And Data Source Views
  3. Creating And Browsing a Cube

Module 6: Working With Cubes And Dimensions

  1. Working with Cubes And Dimensions
  2. Sorting And Grouping Attributes

Module 7: Working With Measures And Measure Groups

  1. Working With Measures and Measure Groups

Module 8: Introduction To MDX

  1. Introduction To MDX
  2. Adding Calculations To A Cube

Module 9: Customizing Cube Functionality

  1. Customizing Cube Functionality Part 1
  2. Customizing Cube Functionality Part 2
  3. Customizing Cube Functionality Part 3

Module 10: Implementing A Tabular Data Model

  1. Implementing A Tabular Data Model Part 1
  2. Implementing A Tabular Data Model Part 2

Module 11: Introduction To DAX

  1. Introduction to DAX
  2. Demonstration Making A Tabular Model Part 1
  3. Demonstration Making A Tabular Model Part 2
  4. Using DAX

Module 12: Implementing An Analysis Services Tabular Data Model

  1. Implementing An Analysis Services Tabular Data Model Part 1
  2. Implementing An Analysis Services Tabular Data Model Part 2
  3. Deploying A Tabular Data Model

Module 13: SQL Analysis Services

  1. SQL Analysis Services Part 1
  2. SQL Analysis Services Part 2

Module 14: Creating Data Visualizations With Power View

  1. Creating Data Visualizations With Power View

Module 15: Supporting Self Service Reporting

  1. Supporting Self Service Reporting

Module 16: Performing Predictive Analysis With Data Mining

  1. Performing Predictive Analysis With Data Mining
  2. Using The Data Mining Wizard

Module 17: Predictive Analytics

  1. Predictive Analytics Part 1
  2. Predictive Analytics Part 2

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