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Tabular Model Explorer for SSDT

SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) 16.3 was made available last week and features a new Analysis Services Tabular Model Explorer for SSAS 2016 (1200 compatibility level) models. 650 more words

SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)

Power BI – (Twitter Solution Template, Real-time Data, Embedded GA Pricing Update, On-Premise Data Gateway Update, Monitor On-Premise Gateway) – SQL Server 2016 (SSDT Update, SSMS Update)

Here is this week’s BI updates

Power BI – Twitter Solution Template

This is the second solution template offered by the Power BI team and this time I think they have done a fantastic job. 581 more words

Power BI

DROP all you know about DB development (or: What is SSDT?)

TL;DR – I am using SSDT for developing a new SQL Server Database, and it changed my life. Everything is version-controlled, scripts are being generated automatically and DB deployment is finally a piece of cake. 779 more words

Visual Studio

Installing SSDT on Visual Studio 2015

You’d imagine this would be pretty straight forward right? Something like, VS2015 and then install SSDT right? WRONG!

First you need to install VS 2015 and then install the LATEST version of SSDT available… 44 more words

Deploying Dacpacs with DacFx and PowerShell

When it comes to managing Dacpacs with automation (eg either by deploying or extracting Dacpacs from a database, amongst others), you have a couple of options available to you. 540 more words


Speaking at SQL Saturday #526 Rochester

This year, I decided to cut down on the number of SQL Saturdays I would attend, SQL Saturday #526 Rochester is one of the few I submitted to and I was so delighted to get selected. 295 more words


Intel patch to Linux kernel for ACPI overlays

Octavian Purdila of Intel has posted a 10-part patch to the Linux-(ACPI,EFI,I2C,SPI,Kernel) lists, adding “ACPI Overlays” to the Linux kernel:

This patch set enables custom ACPI board configuration by adding mechanisms in the Linux kernel for loading user defined SSDTs. 433 more words