Chris Testa O’Neill – profile and session details

Chris Testa O'Neill MVP

Chris Testa O’Neill MVP

A 360 degree view of data warehousing in SQL Server

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SQL Server provides capabilities that empowers users to play an active role in defining a business data warehouse, and provides more solid requirements to the BI professional. Ask the business to get involved. Whether it is cleaning data through Data Quality Services, defining reference data in Master Data services, or pulling trusted industry data from Azure data market. And not forgetting SSIS, where you can then wire it all up.

Join Chris for a demo packed precon, as he navigates from the world of business user to BI professional in the creation of a data warehouse where all members of the organisation can play an active role in shaping an organisations data.

Whether you are new to SQL Server, an experienced SQL Server Business Intelligence developer, or you are just studying for exam 70-463: Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft SQL Server 2012. This precon will provide you with the information you need to use these technologies effectively within the business.

This is not the future, it’s happening now, so take a look at the new world.

Chris’ Bio

Chris Testa-O’Neill is a SQL Server Microsoft Most Valuable Professional(MVP), EMEA Production DBA and SQL Server Business Intelligence specialist at Insight. He is also a technical author, working on courses for SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012 and 2014 with Microsoft Learning. Chris runs the Manchester SQL Server User Group, SQLBits and founder of SQLRelay. Chris is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), MCDBA, MCTS and MCITP in SQL Server.

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