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SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012
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SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012

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Palestra realizada no SQL Saturday 147, abordando o assunto Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012.

Palestra realizada no SQL Saturday 147, abordando o assunto Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012.

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  • 1. SQL Server 2012 News in Business Intelligence Diego Nogare nogare@outlook.com @DiegoNogare www.diegonogare.net
  • 2. Agenda  BISM  PowerPivot  PowerView
  • 3. BISM
  • 4. Tabular Project Development  A tabular model can be developed using the Tabular Project template in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)  The model designer requires connectivity to an SSAS instance in tabular mode  The project is deployed to an SSAS instance in tabular mode, and results in the creation of a database  Excel via an ODC file is the analyzing/testing environment  The code base used by the model designer is the same used by the PowerPivot Window  New tabular design features have been added to both designers in the SQL Server 2012 release
  • 5. Tabular Project Development         Diagram view Calculation area Active/inactive relationships Marking date tables and columns Sorting a column by a different column Multi-level hierarchies Binary columns (useful for images) DistinctCount measure aggregation • Column and measure format properties • Table, column and measure descriptions • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) • Perspectives • Reporting properties • Table partitions • Security roles, including row-level security • In-Memory (cached) and DirectQuery (passthrough) query modes
  • 6. Demo Importing Excel to BISM
  • 7. POWERPIVOT ENHANCEMENTS  PowerPivot in SQL Server 2012 builds upon the SQL Server 2008 R2 feature set  There are a new capabilities and features for both addins:  PowerPivot for Excel Add-in  PowerPivot for SharePoint Add-in
  • 8. POWERPIVOT FOR EXCEL ADD-IN  Includes the same designer and the same features available to the IT Professional in the Tabular Project, except:      Table partitions Roles DirectQuery query mode Source control integration Supported features not available in the Tabular Project include:  Linked tables (from the Excel workbook)  Implicit measures (defined using the PowerPivot Field List)  Note it is possible to restore a PowerPivot workbook directly on an SSAS instance in tabular mode, and then create and manage table partitions and roles, or configure the query mode
  • 9. Demo Be fast in Power Pivot with large volume of data
  • 10. POWER VIEW  Users create a new Power View report (.rdlx) from:  A BISM Connection File (.bism)  A PowerPivot workbook (.xlsx) in the PowerPivot Gallery (in Gallery view)  An SSRS shared data source (.rsds) based on a tabular BI Semantic Model   Reports can consist of multiple views and each view can be filtered Reports may be:  Printed  Saved to SharePoint libraries  Exported to PowerPoint   Clicking the report will open it in Preview mode If the user has permission, they can switch to Edit mode
  • 11. POWER VIEW  The design experience consists of:      Ribbon Canvas Filter area Field List Layout selection  The report may be viewed in Preview or Full Screen mode  Visualizations can be added to the canvas and then configured using the Layout Selection
  • 12. POWER VIEW  Visualizations include:      Matrices Charts Cards Tiles Scatter and bubble charts
  • 13. Demo Power View in Excel + Sharepoint
  • 14. Extra Demo ColumnStore Index
  • 15. Thanks nogare@outlook.com @DiegoNogare www.diegonogare.net

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