Upcoming Webinars: What’s New in SSRS and MDS 2016

I’ll be delivering two webinars for MSSQLTips.com in the coming months. The first one is about the – amazing – new features in Reporting Services 2016.

SQL Server Reporting Services is Microsoft’s corporate reporting tool. The SQL Server 2016 release marks one of the biggest evolutions of the product since it’s initial release. In this webcast we’ll give an overview of all those new changes. A couple of highlights:

  • New chart types
  • The parameter grid
  • The brand new report portal
  • The integration of Datazen, which means SSRS now supports mobile reports
  • and more…

Join us in this session to discover why SSRS 2016 will blow your mind away!

This webinar will be hosted on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 6PM UTC (be careful with daylight savings time during that period ๐Ÿ™‚
You can register here. If you can’t catch my session at the SQL Server Days next week, this webcast is the perfect opportunity to still learn about this subject.

The other webinar is about another tool of the SQL Server stack which finally has gotten some love: Master Data Services.

SQL Server Master Data Services is Microsoft’s master data management solution. The SQL Server 2016 release brings MDS to a higher level: usability and performance have been improved, security is more flexible and there are tons of new features. Some highlights of this webcast:

  • How to sync entities
  • Slowly Changing Type 2 support
  • The new security and performance features
  • How to use change sets
  • and much more…

Join us in this demo-packed session to find out how MDS 2016 will improve your master data

The webcast will be held at Wednesday, November 09, 2016 at 8PM UTC. You can register over here.

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Koen Verbeeck

Koen Verbeeck

Koen Verbeeck is a Microsoft Business Intelligence consultant at element61, helping clients to get insight in their data. Koen has a comprehensive knowledge of the SQL Server BI stack, with a particular love for Integration Services. He's also a speaker at various conferences.

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