Harrison is a Financial Controller with a bit of an information systems bent. He was curious to know about Microsoft SQL Server and its tools versus what CALUMO can do for him.… Continue reading
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I was out with Larry, a client of mine, a couple of days ago. It’s not his real name but I am suppressing names to protect the innocent. Larry and I were talking to one of his divisional heads who didn’t use CALUMO for their reporting and forecasting (you know Business Intelligence) just yet.
Larry explained CALUMO like this: “CALUMO is what
I had a great time at Club CALUMO and learned loads about Microsoft SQL Server Denali and how Pickles Auctions uses CALUMO and Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services.
Above is a video summary of the event – produced by Peter, one of CALUMO’s developers. It’s VERY good. Well done Pete.
If you… Continue reading
We did some testing of CALUMO with the new version of SQL Server code named Denali and the results are in. Denali and CALUMO work beautifully. There was nothing to do other than install Denali! CALUMO can view cubes and report data using the new tabular SSAS cubes and the traditional UDM cubes (introduced in SQL 2005).
Remember, the UDM is a true OLAP cube and tabular models are tables… Continue reading
I had the pleasure of talking to Microsoft folk last week at the Microsoft Australia Partner Conference on the Gold Coast about the next version of SQL Server code named “Denali” due out early next year.
It is very exciting for CALUMO as Denali has Blazing-fast performance and a new Reporting Services project called “Crescent”.
Master Data Services is the other big thing coming with… Continue reading