“Power BI for Large Databases with Composite Mode” at South Florida Power BI User Group

Power BI for Large Databases with new Composite Mode presentation by Hector Villafuerte at the South Florida Power BI User Group. Today’s enterprise business analytics requires run complex analytic queries against large datasets stored in different sources like Azure SQL Database, Azure Analysis Services, Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Apache Hive, Apache Spark. In this session, 

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Building Scalable Serverless Apps in the Cloud with .NET: Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure ?

Here are the slides of my presentation at South Florida Code Camp 2018 on February 10th, 2018. Recently released toolsets for AWS Lambda and Azure Functions are finally making “serverless” application development available to C# developers. Join me to explore the different features and development process of an Alexa Skill with .NET using the most 

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Alexa Skill with Azure Functions

After developing some skills using AWS Lambda, C# and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio. I encounter some advantages and disadvantages in the development Tools for the skills I’d like to develop . This post shows the steps to develop an Alexa Skill using Azure Functions. Alexa with Azure Functions Microsoft’s  Serverless Computing equivalent to 

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SSAS 2016 Tabular On Premise with Row-Level Security and Active Directory

SSAS 2016 Tabular On Premise with Row-Level Security and Active Directory This is a series of articles related to RLS (Row Level Security), started with http://hectorv.com/bringing-security-where-data-lives We are going to implement RLS (Row-Level Security) in SSAS (SQL Server Analysis Services) Tabular mode. In our use case: Adventure Works Internet Sales, the goal is to restrict access 

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SQL Server 2016 On-Premise with Row-Level Security with Active Directory (Part I)

In this article, I’ll explain a basic use case of Row-Level-Security implementation for Microsoft SQL Server 2016 database. The AdventureWorks Database supports a fictitious, multinational manufacturing company called Adventure Works Cycles. This company sells products around the world. Sales are ordered from five different countries like Unites States, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, France and Australia. 

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