SQL Server 2008 R2 Business Intelligence Training for IT Professionals by Certification Camps
IT professionals can kick off the New Year the right way with an intensive SQL Server 2008 R2 Boot Camp offered by Certification Camps. This is an all-inclusive training course for IT professionals seeking certification in Business Intelligence.
Sarasota, FL 34240 (I-Newswire) January 5, 2013 - Kick off 2013 with Certification Camps MCITP SQL Server 2008 R2 Business Intelligence Bootcamp for Certified Microsoft IT professionals. The bootcamp and certification is perfect for database administrators who are looking at implementing high-end Business Intelligence solutions.
This all-inclusive program begins January 19th 2013 and wraps up on January 25th. Attendees will receive airfare to and from Sarasota, Florda, seven nights stay at Marriot and Hilton hotels, Microsoft training materials including books, simulations, study labs and exams.
With hands-on demonstrations and up-to-date Microsoft materials which are catered to the exam specifications, IT professionals will earn a complete understanding of the architecture of Business Intelligence (BI) and the design of SSI and Server Databases, while also learning;
• the implementation, configuration, deployment, managing of SSIS, or Integrative Service Package and SSRS, or Reporting Services
• the configuration and implementation of Business Intelligence software and packaging
• the fundamentals of SSAS, or Analysis Services, including measurement, cube design, Translations, KPI’s, MDX, Data Mining and Perspectives
IT professionals who pass the exam will earn their MCTS SQL Server 2008 Development and Maintenance and Business Intelligence Developer certification. Those who plan to attend the MCITP SQL Server 2002 R2 Business Intelligence should have one year of experience in developing the normalization and basic principles of SQL objects.
Again, this is an all-inclusive training program that starts January 19th 2013 and ends January 25th.
Exam testing takes place on-site and is administered by Prometric Testing.
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