The MicroStrategy Desktop: Advanced Reporting course explores advanced topics in MicroStrategy Desktop™. MicroStrategy Desktop has a wealth of sophisticated reporting features designed to enable you to create almost any type of report. This course explores some of these options with the goal of equipping you to take advantage of them in your own projects.
The MicroStrategy Mobile for App Developers course teaches you how to interact with business intelligence data using MicroStrategy Mobile apps. You will learn how to configure connectivity, build reports and documents for mobile devices, and design process-specific MicroStrategy Mobile™ apps. You should be familiar with MicroStrategy Web™ and MicroStrategy Report Services™ before taking this course.
provides an overview of Dynamic Enterprise Dashboards™ built in MicroStrategy
Report Services™ in MicroStrategy Web™. The course covers Flash-specific
features, such as widgets, transitions, and Flash-specific formatting options,
as well as implementation of OLAP services features within your dashboard.
Students also learn how to design and use dynamic enterprise dashboard
features, such as panel stacks, selectors, and dashboard templates. Finally,
the course covers how to add datasets, various objects such as grids, graphs,
text boxes, images and more to dashboards and documents.
The MicroStrategy Engine Essentials course explains the inner workings of the MicroStrategy Engine. In this course, you will study specific reporting scenarios and the MicroStrategy Engine’s techniques for composing the SQL queries that produce MicroStrategy reports. You will study concepts such as level metrics, transformation metrics, custom groups, and relationship filters from a SQL point of view. The course also reviews the most commonly used VLDB Properties.
The MicroStrategy Architect: Project Design Essentials course covers how to create a MicroStrategy project in MicroStrategy Architect™. First, students will learn how to design a logical data model and physical schema for the data warehouse. Next, students will learn about the project creation process, including how to use Architect graphical interface to work with tables, facts, attributes, and user hierarchies to create a fully-functioning project.
The MicroStrategy Advanced Data Warehousing course explains data modeling design challenges and solutions when implementing a MicroStrategy project. The course assumes prerequisite knowledge of MicroStrategy Desktop: Reporting Essentials, MicroStrategy Architect: Project Design Essentials, and MicroStrategy Architect: Advanced Project Design. You will learn how to model complex hierarchies and attribute relationships, implement role attributes and versioning, use logical views, and optimize query performance.