Create Dynamic Interactive Reports Using Power View by Peter Serzo - SPTechCon

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  • 1. Peter SerzoSPTECHCON – San Francisco March 2013
  • 2.  Peter Serzo, MCP, MCSD .Net, MCTS  High Monkey Consulting  Blog:    Twitter: pserzo  Author  Love to read and Love a Good Story
  • 3. www.highmonkey.comCheck out our new site!
  • 4. What’s is today’s session about? What is it? Cool things you can do Infrastructure with Reports Power View Create a Data Source Report Configuration
  • 5. Power View
  • 6. What is Power View
  • 7. What is Power View
  • 8. What is Power View
  • 9. Reporting Services Team Power ViewSSRSRB3.0
  • 10. Power View utilizesTabular Model
  • 11. Tabular Model Analysis Services
  • 12. Power View Brands• Excel Office Professional Plus 2013 Office 365• Excel Web App SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise SQL Server 2012 SP1 Business Intelligence Office 365/SharePoint Online• Power View (standalone) in SharePoint SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise SQL Server 2012 SP1 Business Intelligence
  • 13. Direct Query Mode DirectQuery mode for Analysis Services tabular models allows you to keep your data in a SQL Server relational database and still get the benefits of interactive reporting with Power View.
  • 14. SQL 2012 Service Pack 1 Support for Power View in Microsoft Excel 2013NeedSilverlight
  • 15. Power ViewComparisons
  • 16. Excel Excel Web App Power View standaloneDesign reports Yes No YesInteract with reports Yes Yes YesVisualizations All All AllCross-visualization Yes Yes YesinteractivityMax. workbook size Client limits SharePoint limits SharePoint limits (Office 365: 10 MB)Embedded data model Yes Yes NoExternal data models Yes Yes (Office 365: No) YesMultiple models Yes Yes (Office 365: No) NoMultidimensional models No No Yes(cubes)Reorder Power View sheets No No YesReading and Full-Screen No No YesmodesZoom No Browser zoom Browser zoomExternal images Yes Yes (Office 365: No) Yes
  • 17. Power ViewInfrastructure/Configuration
  • 18. Infrastructure
  • 19. SQL RS Add-in
  • 20. Site Collection Feature
  • 21. Creating a Data source…
  • 22. Creating a Data source… PowerPivot Gallery BISM Connection Power View Data Source Report/xslx
  • 23. Creating a Data sourcePowerPivot Gallery…
  • 24. Creating a Data sourceInfrastructure…
  • 25. Creating a Data source PowerPivot Gallery…
  • 26. Creating a Data source PowerPivotGallery…
  • 27. You don’t need PowerPivot
  • 28. Creating a Data source…
  • 29. Report Design1. Refresh/Cancel button 9. View in edit mode2. Arrange: Bring forward or send backward 10. Visualization filter and popout icons3. Fit to Window 11. Filters area4. Reading and full-screen modes 12. Row label field icons5. Ribbon 13. Help icon6. Views pane 14. Measure (Sigma ∑) symbols7. Default title text box 15. Fields section8. Sort options 16. Field list 17. Layout section
  • 30. KPIs Hierarchies Perspectives Drill Real Through TimeExcelPower ViewReportingServicesPerformancePoint
  • 31. Power View does not… Replace RB 2.0, 3.0 or SSDT Not a goal to edit or add new interactivity to Dev/IT Pro reports built in RB or SSDT Does not work against SharePoint Lists (Directly) Not a high-end analysis experience  Not a goal to provide complex calculation building Not a cell-based calculation tool Not a forecasting/write back tool Not a replacement for PPS scorecards or ProClarity
  • 32. Questions