FoxPASS

 Welcome to FoxPASS, the SQL Server community for Northeast Wisconsin! 

Upcoming Meetings  

Wednesday June 7, 2017 - John Pertell - Adding R to your “R”senal: A Beginners Look at R 

Meeting location:
    Concordia University/Omni Resources building (just west of Hwy 41)
    4351 W College Ave
    Appleton WI 54914

Meeting Agenda:
    5:30 - Networking with food and drink
    6:00 - Featured Presentation


Next Meeting: Wed, Aug 02 2017

FoxPASS August 2017 Meeting

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person & Online
Online Meeting URL: https://meet.lync.com/sqlpass365-sqlpass/fox/ZSDR6TR7
RSVPURL: None

Insights on Mile of Music – A Case Study of Festival Analytics in Azure

The Mile of Music (MoM) festival is just around the corner. The organizers have prepared a friendly app to give attendees useful information during the festival. But how do the organizers know if the app is being helpful? And what if they want to track attendance? Taking a headcount at each performance just isn’t feasible.

In this case study, I’ll talk about how we’ve tried to answer these questions this year. I will explain the use of beacons and Azure architecture to track attendance. I will also demo Azure App Insights, which can provide powerful information regarding a mobile app. Finally, using these two sources of data, I will showcase some of the Power BI reports we hope to share with MoM users on their mobile phones.

When

iCal
Event Time : Wed, Aug 02 2017 17:30 - 19:30 Central Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Wed, Aug 02 2017 22:30 - 00:30

Where

4351 W College Ave
Appleton, Wisconsin

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

Insights on Mile of Music – A Case Study of Festival Analytics in Azure

Speaker: Jared Kuehn, Business Intelligence Engineer Skyline Technologies

Summary: The Mile of Music (MoM) festival is just around the corner. The organizers have prepared a friendly app to give attendees useful information during the festival. But how do the organizers know if the app is being helpful? And what if they want to track attendance? Taking a headcount at each performance just isn’t feasible. In this case study, I’ll talk about how we’ve tried to answer these questions this year. I will explain the use of beacons and Azure architecture to track attendance. I will also demo Azure App Insights, which can provide powerful information regarding a mobile app. Finally, using these two sources of data, I will showcase some of the Power BI reports we hope to share with MoM users on their mobile phones.

About Jared: Jared is a Business Intelligence Engineer at Skyline Technologies. He’s worked in a number of industries including healthcare, higher education, and marketing. Most recently, he has been digging into the depths of fuzzy logic and improving data quality. His spare time is family time, though he will take time to play nerd games, volleyball, and learn how to type on a keyboard with boxing gloves on.

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