Devin has a lot of practical experience with Power View, so this will be a great opportunity to get a real world look at what’s involved. It’s primary focus is on improving the performance of OLTP applications, but Todd Mc Dermid will be looking at it from the perspective of delivering analytics.
He’ll be answering the question of whether it can be used to deliver a single database that suited for both transactional processing and analytics, and I’m very interested to see the results.
Matt does a great job on these types of presentations.
I have confirmed that the post-deployment scripts for SSDT can only execute SQL commands, so you can’t run executables directly from them.I feel like the Hekaton technologies have a place in the BI world, but I haven’t had a chance to go out and really investigate it myself. There are a lot of great sessions, and those are just 3 of the ones that appealed to me.I’m really looking forward to attending, and I hope to see you there. If not, the recording is now available at the link above.They have a great group there and I look forward to going back.This is one of my favorite topics, and I always get good questions.
You can add some simple test cases without a great deal of analysis (for example, did the task execute successfully?