With SQL Server 2012, you have all possible ways to prepare reports for your end users. You can start with structured relational reports using SQL Server
Reporting Services (SSRS). They allow some interactivity (drill down, slicing), but end users can’t change structure of the report. With SQL Server Analysis
Services (SSAS) BI Semantic Model (BISM), which is an additional layer of metadata and data, and with Power View as an end user tool that uses report model
as source, end users get limited possibility to create the report structure on the fly. With SSAS cubes, end users can change report structure with client
tools like MS Office Excel 2012 on-line. Still, they are limited to predefined attributes and grouping buckets. Data is aggregated in order to achieve maximum
possible reporting performance. In SSAS Data Mining (DM), only attributes used in the model are predefined. It is up to the DM engine to discover the structure
and use it for predictions. In the presentation, we are going to show these different possibilities though demos.
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