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Sharing SQL Data in SharePoint

Speaker:

Allen Smith

Abstract:

Microsoft SharePoint is a collaboration software that provides a web based portal for business intelligence, content management and document sharing. In this session get an overview of the basics of sharing a SQL table as a ‘List’ using Sharepoint and SSIS. Next we move on to fun stuff of integrating SQL Server Reporting Services integration. Finally we look at how to give users dynamic PowerPivot analysis in a dashboard.

Bio:

Allen Smith is a business intelligence and data warehouse consultant, speaker and trainer. Allen has an MBA in Computer Sciences and has worked in database services and data warehousing since 1998. Allen has a MCTS certification in Business Intelligence. Allen is a principal consultant at Cognitive Information Inc., a consulting firm in Edmond, OK. He enjoys sushi, traveling to obscure places, fixing Rubik’s cubes and prefers Marvel over DC.

Recorded At:

SQL Saturday OKC

One Response to “Sharing SQL Data in SharePoint”

  1. Allen Smith says:

    The project downloads are available on my blog at:

    http://www.cognitiveinfo.com/2013/sql-2012-sharepoint-2013/

    Thank you to Sean at UserGroupTV for recording at SQL Saturday in OKC!

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