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Use AAS as a Semantic Endpoint

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TimeXtender Tuesdays - Episode 6

The next topic in our series will cover using Azure Analysis Services as a Semantic Endpoint. If you'd like to review the previous steps so you can follow along, check out our TimeXtender Tuesday playlist on YouTube.

TimeXtender makes it easy to create data marts, or semantic models. Azure Analysis Services can be a good option for those who want to maximize performance in their data visualizations, especially when working with a lot of data or frequent refreshes. Joseph Treadwell will walk-through the process of setting up the Azure Analysis Services as Semantic Endpoint.

  1. Create AAS resource and enable App Registration
  2. Configure AAS connection to TimeXtender data bases
  3. Create the Semantic endpoint in TimeXtender

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