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Next Meeting

Monday,

July

28

Integrating Data Mining

  • In-Person @ 115 Perimeter Center Place Atlanta, Georgia, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 Eastern Daylight Time
  • Language: English

Topic

Integrating Data Mining into SSIS SSRS and Power BI with SQL Server 2014 (intermediate to advanced)

 

Abstract

Microsoft has advanced data science technology in SQL Server Analysis Services, and leaders like Teo Lachev have been promoting this mature technology for years.  Microsoft Data Mining has advantages over many solid open source competitors, especially when integrating with Microsoft BI technology.  This presentation includes demos that show some practical ideas for integrating predictive analytics into SSIS, SSRS, SSAS Tabular, and Power BI using SQL Server 2014 and Visual Studio.

 

Bio

Mark Tabladillo (@marktabnet) has been actively involved with the  Microsoft BI Atlanta Users Group since its first year.  He has been an active promoter of data mining, data science, and predictive analytics in public talks through Atlanta groups, SQL Saturdays, PASS Summit, PASS Business Analytics, SAS Global Forum, TechEd, and Predictive Analytics World.  Mark Tabladillo is a trainer and consultant for SolidQ, and is in the Microsoft MVP program. He blogs at http://marktab.net

Sponsor: Intersect

Contact: John Cahill, jcahill@theintersectgroup.com

Featured Presentation:

Integrating Data Mining into SSIS SSRS and Power BI with SQL Server 2014 (intermediate to advanced)

Mark Tabladillo, Trainer and Consultant SolidQ

Abstract Microsoft has advanced data science technology in SQL Server Analysis Services, and leaders like Teo Lachev have been promoting this mature technology for years. Microsoft Data Mining has advantages over many solid open source competitors, especially when integrating with Microsoft BI technology. This presentation includes demos that show some practical ideas for integrating predictive analytics into SSIS, SSRS, SSAS Tabular, and Power BI using SQL Server 2014 and Visual Studio. Bio Mark Tabladillo (@marktabnet) has been actively involved with the Microsoft BI Atlanta Users Group since its first year. He has been an active promoter of data mining, data science, and predictive analytics in public talks through Atlanta groups, SQL Saturdays, PASS Summit, PASS Business Analytics, SAS Global Forum, TechEd, and Predictive Analytics World. Mark Tabladillo is a trainer and consultant for SolidQ, and is in the Microsoft MVP program. He blogs at http://marktab.net

About Mark:
Mark Tabladillo is a Microsoft MVP and SAS expert. He helps teams become more confident in making actionable business decisions through the use of data mining and analytics. Mark provides training and consulting for companies in the US and around the world. He also teaches part-time with the University of Phoenix. He tweets @marktabnet and blogs at http://marktab.net.

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