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Bienvenidos al SQL Saturday #189 – Costa Rica

Posted by jeffprom on February 20, 2013

SQL Saturday #189

I’m excited to announce that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday #189 in beautiful Costa Rica! This event will be held on April 13th, 2013 at the Aurola Hotel Holiday Inn San Jose Downtown.
I will be presenting on the following two topics:

Master Data Services
Does your company have similar data in multiple locations? Not really sure which set of data is accurate? With MDS, Microsoft gives you the ability to have one accurate source of non-transactional data to use with your applications or send to other databases and ETL processes. Leverage data stewards to help manage the data repository to ensure it is up-to-date and accurate. In this session we will cover MDS from start to finish including installation, creating models/entities, working with data, using the Excel add-in, security, hierarchies, views, versions, and business rules. After this session, you should have a good understanding of what MDS does, how to use it, and how to get started with your own MDS project.

Data Quality Services
As the old adage goes, ‘Garbage in, garbage out.’ Stop spending hours manually cleansing your data, and start using DQS! DQS is the new data quality tool provided with SQL Server 2012. By leveraging knowledge bases, you can correct invalid data and improve the quality of your data.

In this session we will cover creating a knowledge base, data cleansing, data matching, and using 3rd party knowledge bases (Reference Data). We will talk about installation, show how to use the DQS tool, and how to integrate DQS into your SSIS packages. After this session you should have a good understanding of what DQS is, how to use it, and how to get started with your own Data Quality initiative.
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Last November I was fortunate enough to meet several chapter members at the PASS Summit event in Seattle. I look forward to the opportunity to meet again in San Jose this April.

Check out the SQL Saturday #189 for more information.

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