It is not difficult to add flexible reporting and analytics to your MySQL applications. It is critical for users to have the ability to easily see trends and patterns in their data. In this session, we walk through how to analyze data from your MySQL databases as well as mash-up data from other managed and unmanaged sources. You will learn simple ways to implement compelling analytics and enable self-service end-user reporting. There will be many demonstrations accessing MySQL data using Excel and SQL Server Reporting Services and Analysis Services.
Rushabh is a Business Intelligence Mentor with Solid Quality Mentors, as well as the Managing Director for Solid Quality India Pvt. Ltd. Rushabh has been architecting and developing Decision Support Systems for over 9 years for a number of organizations. Over the years, he has developed best practices and frameworks in the area of Data Warehousing, ETL processes and implementation and was recently a contributing author for a book on SQL Server Integration Services Problem-Design-Solutions. Rushabh has implemented large-scale BI solutions for clients around the world including organizations such as Raymond James Financials, Jackson Hewitt, Microsoft, Veteran Health Administration, US Department of Defense, Progressive Insurance, Tysons and many others. Rushabh has also developed a number of courses in Business Intelligence technologies that he regularly teaches in cities around the world.
Rushabh is also an active community leader as the current President of the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) and a Microsoft SQL Server Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award winner. Rushabh frequently speaks at user groups and large conferences around the world.
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