Presentation 1: Introduction
SQL Server 2005 provides significant improvements in data modeling, reporting, and development for BI solutions. This presentation provides an overview of the demonstration scenario.
Presentation 2: Viewing Business Intelligence Data
Get an overview of different ways to consume BI data using SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services, Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server, and the Microsoft Business Scorecard Manager 2005.
Presentation 3: Integrating Data Sources
See how you can use SQL Server 2005 Integration Services to transform data from multiple sources into a format the company can use.
Presentation 4: Analysis Services Cubes
Use SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services to gain an integrated view of all your business data. This demo shows you how to add a new dimension and measure to an Analysis Services cube.
Presentation 5: Calculated Members and Key Performance Indicators
SQL Server 2005 provides tools to quickly create and deploy graphical key performance indicators (KPIs) based on enterprise BI data. This demo shows you how to define and add KPIs to your Analysis Services cubes.
Presentation 6: Creating and Maintaining Reports
Deliver the information employees need to make better business decisions. SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services provides developers and database administrators with an infrastructure for creating, embedding, and managing enterprise reports. See how you can build and deploy reports using Reporting Services.
Presentation 7: Ad-Hoc Reporting
Report Builder is a new component of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services that enables business users to create and deploy reports with a user-friendly enterprise data model. See Report Builder in action.
Presentation 8: Conclusion
Microsoft business intelligence provides a complete offering that enables all decision makers to drive increased business performance.