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Posts Tagged ‘Azure’

Using the Azure REST API to Pause All AS Instances in a Resource Group

Forgetting to shutdown your Azure environments and burning through a month’s worth of Azure MSDN credit if you’re lucky (and racking up a large credit card charge if you’re not) is a pretty common experience these days. Some might even call it a right-of-passage (like running a DELETE statement in […]

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Monitoring Azure Analysis Services Instances via Azure Portal

At some point in the past couple weeks/months, the Azure Analysis Services team managed to expose a few more metrics to the Azure AS Monitoring / Metrics blade. Last I checked, there were only 2 metrics available… Memory and QPU… arguably two of the most important metrics to track as they […]

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Building an OLAP Farm in the Cloud with Azure Virtual Machines – Part 3

This is the third part in a series of posts on the “OLAP Farm” – which is an Analysis Services architecture that makes use of remote partitions on the backend and linked dimensions and linked measure groups on the front end in order to support solutions where datasets and latency […]

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Building an OLAP Farm in the Cloud with Azure Virtual Machines – Part 2

FYI: the features needed to implement the OLAP Farm architecture (Remote partitions, Remote linked measure groups, Linked dimensions) have been deprecated as of SQL 2014. This is the second part of a series of posts on the “OLAP Farm” – which is an Analysis Services architecture that makes use of remote […]

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