Tag Archives: Sharepoint

Scripting SharePoint installation and configuration

Introduction This is the first post in a series of posts related to Mark Broadbent (B|T) and my preconference at SQL Saturday Cambridge on September 12th 2015. These posts are extracts of what you might expect from our whole day of preconference. Please have a look at Implementing Business Intelligence & SharePoint High Availability Solutions for more […]

SQL Saturday Denmark (#413) Schedule is live

After 2 weeks of moving sessions around and finding the best mix and match of DEV, BI, DBA, Azure and SharePoint content it is my pleasure to publish the schedule for SQL Saturday 413 which will be held in Copenhagen on September 19th at the IT university of Copenhagen. September 17th and September 18th are 2 […]

SQL Saturday Denmark 2015 #413 – We Love SeQueLs

This is not an hidden add for Giro 413 (an ancient danish radio program) But the proud announcement that SQL Saturday Denmark is back on track, alive and kicking, getting ready for a blast of an event. The whole team that brought you the 2 first events is now a lot of experience richer and […]

Speaking at SQL BITS XIV – Superheroes

The 14th edition (actually it is probably the 13th since they skipped SQLBits XIII – Who said superstition ?) of SQL Bits will take place from the 4th to 7th March in London. This years edition is placed under the Superhero theme. It is my first time at the event and I really have great […]

Episode 2 – Getting your own data in Power BI Dashboards and compromising your existing work !!

This post is the second one in the series about Power BI dashboards which was released a few days ago. Previous post : POWER BI PREVIEW – A JOURNEY – Episode 1 All posts in the series. Today is Christmas Eve and before I put the goose (Yes Mark Broadbent (T|B), we’re having goose) in […]

From Hellhound to Best of Breed – A Guide To Setting up Kerberos Delegation with SharePoint BI Stack – Part II

If you’ve followed the instructions from post 1 then you have setup Kerberos delegation for Excel Services in SharePoint 2013.  Here is how to check if it’s working as it should: Checking the configuration The easiest way to see if the setup is successful is to try to create an Excel document which accesses a […]

Performance Point Services not showing SSAS databases

Sometimes in this blog I write things that I don’t want to forget. So I’ll be able to find them again some day when I need them. This Monday I was at a customer showing the great things you can achieve with Performance Point Services in SharePoint 2013. I explained them that the greatest analytics […]