Basically Business Intelligence is a way to talk to data that you already have. The end result is to provide insights that will help in improving business
decisions.Hence it is a skill in great demand in organizations.
Microsoft SQL Server
A database allows the businesses, to store information related to a specific topic in an organized way. In the most basic form database
is a collection of data. However it not only stores data but also helps in other important aspects of sorting, extracting and summarizing the
data. And these data points helps make informed decisions, which can have far reaching impact.
As data becomes dense and thick, it becomes tough for us to cut through the maze and find the data which is relevant to us for any specific purpose.
And this is where SQL, pronounced as "sequel" comes in to play.
Structured Query Language (SQL), as the name suggests is the language that interacts with the relational databases,
whereas SQL SERVER is the Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) from Microsoft. SQL is a language and SQL Sever is a product.
SQL is a standardized language, which is used for accessing and manipulating data in a Relational database.
SQL performs four basic operation on the database which serves most of the decision makers needs form the data.
These are: Insert, Select, Update and Delete. (Also called Create, Update, read and delete or CURD operations)
Learning and developing SQL skill can one of the best career decisions you would make. The potential salary is great.
The demand for SQL Skill set in the industry is huge. You no longer have to rely on others for your data requirements.
You have the capability to ask any question to your business and it will answer. (Yes… it is pretty much like a gene out of bottle)
Job satisfaction levels are extremely high: A payscale.com survey rated BI job satisfaction level at 4 out of 5.
Computer world has rated Business Intelligence/Analytics 5th hottest skill for the year 2016
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