Marco Russo is speaking at our May meetup!

TOPIC: Different Types of Many-to-Many Relationships in Power BI
SPEAKER: Marco Russo
The new composite models in Power BI introduced a new type of relationship cardinality called many-to-many. Nevertheless, despite their name, they are not many-to-many relationships, they are relationships between tables generated at a different granularity.
In this session we clarify the purpose of the relationships with many-to-many cardinality, highlighting the significant difference with canonical many-to-many relationships. In the meantime, we show how and when to use the different kind of many-to-many relationships with several practical examples.

Marco is a business intelligence consultant and mentor. He first started working on Analysis Services in 1998, back when Analysis Services was known as OLAP Services.

A veteran of end-to-end projects, Marco wrote several books with Alberto Ferrari about Power BI, Analysis Service, and Power Pivot. They also regularly write articles and white papers that are available on Marco is a Microsoft MVP and an SSAS Maestro, the highest level of certification on Microsoft Analysis Services.

Today, Marco focuses his time with SQLBI customers, traveling extensively to train and consult on DAX and data modeling for Power BI and Analysis Services. Marco also teaches public classes worldwide.
Marco is a regular speaker at international conferences like Microsoft Ignite, PASS Summit, and Sqlbits. He also enjoys delivering evening sessions at local user groups during his trips.

When he is not working, you can find Marco fine tuning his expertise of Neapolitan pizza or test driving electric cars.

Come out and see Marco Russo in person! We will also be doing our standard What’s New with Power BI and stay for Power Pint after the meetup!