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Microsoft Reporting (managed, ad hoc, and production) come from SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS).
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March 12, 2009 (60 Minutes)
In this session we will review Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services provides a complete, server-based platform designed to support a wide variety of reporting needs enabling organizations to deliver relevant information where needed across the entire enterprise.
Techonology Solution Specialist-SQL Server
October 31, 2008 (90 minutes)
In this webcast, you learn about successful configuration and architecture principles to maximize the scalability of your enterprise Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services (SSRS) environment. Join us as we provide you details, based on real customer scenarios, on how to make the most of your SSRS 2008 environment.
Presenter: Denny Lee, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
September 12, 2008 (8 minutes)
Carolyn Chau talks about her role as a Lead Program Manager for the Reporting Services team working on enhanced visualizations (new charts and gauges), ReportBuilder2.0. The goal of her team is to create powerful and easy-to-use tools that provide the information end-users need through familiar Office 12 programs. (Level 200)
September 12, 2008 (5 minutes)
Dean Kalanquin is a Test Lead in the SQL Server Reporting Services. He talks about working as a lead tester for Reporting Services and writing tests for new features as well as administering tests for existing features. He also comments on the changes of the 2008 version now without IIS. (Level 200)
May 30, 2008 (90 minutes)
[Fictional company] Contoso plans to provide employees with access to standard reports using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. In this webcast, we review the new features in Reporting Services that enable organizations to easily configure and manage a scalable, high-performance reporting infrastructure, including the new physical architecture of Reporting Services, authentication configuration, the new processing and rendering architecture, and memory management. We also provide demonstrations on configuring Reporting Services, using the Configuration Manager, configuring authentication alternatives, and configuring memory settings.
March 6, 2008 (60 minutes)
In this session, learn about the Report Server Architecture changes in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 for both the server and report engine components. Join us to gain an understanding of how these changes impact you or your customers. In this webcast, discover how the new architecture enables greater scalability, reliability, and ease of deployment.
November 1, 2007 (60 minutes)
Join this webcast to learn more about the report authoring capabilities to be delivered with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. We provide a deep dive on designing reports with SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. Learn about all of the new features and usability enhancements in report design. Have you heard about Tablix? Come find out exactly what it is and how it will make report authoring much easier and more powerful.
July 9, 2007 (65 Minutes)
SQL BI Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation
SQL Server Reporting Services is the most widely used reporting system in the world. In this session, we'll cover best practices for upgrading your reports and report server to new version, security models for managed reports as well as Report Builder. In this session you will also learn how to set up your reporting server for high availability and high performance, how to monitor your reporting production system, and learn tips and tricks of running reporting in enterprise environment.
June 28, 2007 (40 Minutes)
Program Manager, Microsoft
Reporting Services allows the reporting lifecycle from design to management to access. They are implemented as a Server (Web Service or Windows Service), and store meta-data in the SQL Server database. In this session you will get an understanding of reporting services deployment as well as the upgrade paths for Reporting Services.