Authors: Ayad Shammout & Denny Lee
It may sound like a rather odd name for an End-to-End Auditing Compliance project – and the roots admittedly enough are based on the authors’ prediliction toward great food in the city of Montréal – but there actually is an analogous association!
Château means manor house or palace and kebob refers to meat that is cooked over or next to flames; large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat, it may be served on plates, or in sandwiches (mouth watering yet). Château Kebob means house of kebob with different meat.
So why did we call our project “ChâteauKebob”? In this project Denny Lee and I used a château of different technologies in one framework or house with Kebob of mixed of data small or big data, structured and unstructured, and served on plates or in sandwiches, … sorry I meant served with multiple BI tools for reporting and analysis.
The purpose of this project is to provide a set of tools and jumpstart with scripts to implement the project involving HDInsight (Hadoop), SQL Server 2012, SQL Server Analysis Services 2012, Excel 2013 PowerPivot and Power View. You can review an overview of the project at slideshare .
The SDK is available at GitHub to download the entire project.
Reblogged this on Denny Lee and commented:
As per our presentation on Healthcare End-to-End Auditing Compliance with Big Data and BI, we’ve made our code available on github at https://github.com/dennyglee/chateaukebob