PRPASS Meeting – January 2015 – Securing SSAS Tabular Models & What’s Next in Power BI

| 2015-01-26 | 0 Comments

Come and join your Puerto Rico PASS user group to connect, share and learn about SQL Server. 

WHEN:
Thursday, January 29, 2015
Registration opens at 6:30 PM

RSVP: https://prpass012015.eventbrite.com

WHERE:
Microsoft Puerto Rico (Click here for a map)
City View Plaza II Suite 107
State Road 165 Km 1.2
Guaynabo, PR  009

TOPIC

Securing SSAS Tabular Models

In this session we will cover how to implement the different security scenarios for your tabular cube models. We will cover how to set up roles, how to work with the administration and monitoring and how to implement row level and dynamic security.

Speaker:  Jose L. Rivera

Jose L. Rivera (@SQLConqueror) is a seasoned data professional, speaker, SQL Server MVP and community leader working as Consultant for Nagnoi LLC. Jose L specialize in the design, development and implementation of Business Intelligence solutions with special emphasis on systems data integration and enhanced data visualizations using Microsoft BI tools. He shares his knowledge and experience on his blog (sqlconqueror.com) and throughout his community work as Chapter Leader for the PASS Global Spanish VC (facebook.com/SpanishPASSVC) and board member of the Puerto Rico PASS (prpass.org)

Power BI: What’s Next

Get an overview of the new features that are coming in the next version of Power BI and get a first glimpse as to some of these new features.

Speaker:  Ramon Ponte
Microsoft

Ramon has over 16 years of experience delivering enterprise architecture and advisory services to medium and large size organizations in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Central America. Industries of expertise include government, education, financial services, insurance, and the telecommunication sector. As part of his current role, one of Ramon’s main responsibilities consists on helping organizations understand how through technological solutions they can achieve their most challenging business and organizational goals. In Microsoft, Ramon’s area of specialization is Enterprise Application Platforms. This includes, but is not limited, to basic operating system application infrastructure, system architectures, development, application lifecycle management, business intelligence, data management, service oriented architectures and business process management solutions.

 

 

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