Practical Data Warehousing with Microsoft Fabric

Duration

4

Location

Tessenderlo

Language

Dutch or English

Difficulty

Advanced


Hey you, are you responsible for implementing a BI solution that is future proof and allows for indefinite scaling ? Do you recognize the qualities of Power BI as a state of the art reporting tool but feel limited by Power Query’s data transformation capabilities ? Do you want to upgrade from a reporting environment to an integrated data analytics platform and leverage your Sql and Power BI skills in the process ? Then stop looking, we got you covered !


What is it?

In our new training “Practical Data Warehousing with Microsoft Fabric” you will learn how to implement a practical and professional Data Warehouse solution from A to Z. We do this by following the Kimball dimensional data modeling principles for BI solutions. As our tool we use Fabric, a fully integrated technical environment which offers a comprehensive suite of services, including data integration, data engineering, data lake, data integration and data visualisation all in one place without the hassle of wiring everything together in a secure manner.


You will get better at:
  • Kimball dimensional data modeling principles for BI solutions
  • Designing low-code pipelines that streamline your data traffic
  • Writing SQL code in stored procedures for managing staged data transformations
  • Setting up fact and dimension tables that are released as datasets for self service analytics
  • Seamlessly plugging in Power BI on these datasets for creating insightful dashboards
  • Understanding the delta lake technology that underpins the Fabric suite and the benefits of OneLake

Must have:

Basic SQL knowledge (select, from, where, join types, group by, having, union, update, insert, delete …)


Nice to have:
The course is easier to follow if you already
  • have some basic Power BI knowledge,
  • are familiar with BI concepts,
  • have worked with data services in Azure like Data Factory, Data Lake, Synapse Analytics.

Price:

€600/day
Ask for more details: academy@credon.eu


Practical:

On location:

> Credon provides sandwiches for lunch.
> Industrieweg 116, 3980 Tessenderlo
> Start at 9h and are finished around 17h.
> Participants have to bring their own laptop.

Workshops take place at a minimum of three subscribers.


Contact:

Questions about this Workshop?

Contact us at: +32 13 35 37 10 or academy@credon.eu

Register here

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*Multi-day workshops kick off on the chosen start date.






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