SQL Server SSAS (Multidimensional MDX) – an Introduction

SQL Server SSAS (Multidimensional MDX) – an Introduction. Create cubes from databases, analyse them in Excel, SSRS etc. using SSAS MDX (a Business Intelligence tool). Exam 70-768

You may have become experienced with creating SQL statements in SQL Server Management Studio. Building databases is ideal when you want to quickly add data – that’s why they are called OLTP – Online Transaction Processing – they are designed for speed for adding transactions.

This course is designed for the complete beginner in Multidimensional cubes, or someone who wants to refresh their memory. We’ll create a cube to start with from an ordinary database, and then I’ll ask you to create one from a special database known as a Data Warehouse. We’ll export our cube in SQL Server Management Studio, and into SSRS – and we’ll even have a bit of a look at the more advanced way of querying that is MDX.

It will assist with the “Design a multidimensional business intelligence (BI) semantic model” section of Microsoft exam 70-768 “Developing SQL Data Models”.

SQL Server SSAS (Multidimensional MDX) – an Introduction Description


  • You don’t need to know or do anything before starting this course.
  • I’ll show you have to download the Developer Edition of SQL Server 2017 for FREE. Previous versions cost $100.

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What you’ll learn

  • Create cubes in SSAS, based on fact and dimension tables.
  • Process the cubes, and analyse them in Excel, SSRS, and access them in SSMS.
  • Learn some of the more advanced items, such as translations.

Who this course is for:

  • This is for you if you want to learn about SQL Server Analysis Services.
  • No previous experience using SSAS is necessary.
  • It would be useful if you have previously used SQL Server (T-SQL), but far from essential.


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