Analysis Services In Azure

Chris Webb looks at SSAS in Azure:

Support for multidimensional models will be considered for a future release, based on customer demand.

I’m pretty sure there there will be plenty of demand for Multidimensional support given the installed base that’s out there.

I hope so.  Lack of multidimensional isn’t a deal-killer, but it’s a deal-harmer.

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