Ebook Review: Windows Azure SQL Reporting Succintly by Stacia Misner

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I recently came across a very useful set of free ebooks and great developer resources from syncfusion which you can see it for yourself here . Being an MS BI Developer, windows azure sql reporting succintly by Stacia Misner grabbed my attention and I immediately downloaded the ebook and started reading through it.

I had started my learning on SQL Reporting Services using Stacia Misner’s SQL 2008 Reporting Services book and since then I am a big fan of her books with simple, easy to understand language coupled with good examples to explain the concepts.

The best part of this book is, it is a small book with 100 pages as I kind off refrain myself from reading long e-books since we live in busy world and it is difficult to take the time out from our daily routine. Although it is a short book but it is precise and covers most functional aspects of SQL Reporting on Windows Azure.

The Ebooks starts well by comparing the difference between SQL Reporting Services (On Premise) with SQL Reporting on Windows Azure, and further covers little bit of SQL Azure Database and Database Migration to SQL Azure which is required to setup an environment required for Windows Azure SQL Reporting.

The book is pretty comprehensive covering topics from Reporting Design, Development, Management, Security and completely covers all aspects of Report Development Life Cycle (RDLC) and useful for an individual to get Level 200 -300 knowledge on Windows Azure SQL Reporting if you are planning to use Windows Azure SQL Reporting as a platform to host your reports on clouds.

There are some other good developer resources available for free download which you can find in the following link

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Happy Learning !!!

Hope this Helps !!!

Parikshit Savjani
Premier Field Engineer

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