.NET Programming Interface for SSAS Cubes Introduced by Agile Design

This week Agile Design introduced its .NET interface for SSAS Cubes, which was designed to allow .NET developers to be able to access SSAS cubes using the .NET language integrated query interface, which is called LINQ. The SSAS Entity Framework Provider provides business intelligence projects with agility and the strength of SSAS and the .NET platform.

By allowing .NET developers to use SSAS tools when creating business intelligence programming projects, along with the tools they are used to working with, namely the .NET environment, they are able to work for larger clients with high data volumes, such as those typical of the banking industry.

This week Agile Design introduced its .NET interface for SSAS Cubes, which was designed to allow .NET developers to be able to access SSAS cubes using the .NET language integrated query interface, which is called LINQ. The SSAS Entity Framework Provider provides business intelligence projects with agility and the strength of SSAS and the .NET platform.

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