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Peter SerzoSPTECHCON – San Francisco              March 2013
 Peter Serzo, MCP, MCSD .Net, MCTS    High Monkey Consulting    Blog: monkeyblog.highmonkey.com    www.highmonkey.com ...
www.highmonkey.comCheck out our new site!
What’s is today’s session about?                           What is it?           Cool things            you can do        ...
Power View
What is Power View
What is Power View
What is Power View
Reporting Services Team                          Power ViewSSRSRB3.0
Power View   utilizesTabular Model
Tabular Model Analysis Services
Power View Brands• Excel   Office Professional Plus 2013   Office 365• Excel Web App   SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise  ...
Direct Query Mode  DirectQuery mode for Analysis Services  tabular models allows you to keep your  data in a SQL Server re...
SQL 2012 Service Pack 1 Support for Power View in Microsoft Excel 2013NeedSilverlight
Power ViewComparisons
Excel           Excel Web App          Power View standaloneDesign reports              Yes             No                ...
Power ViewInfrastructure/Configuration
Infrastructure
SQL RS Add-in
Site Collection Feature
Creating a Data source…
Creating a Data source…   PowerPivot Gallery   BISM   Connection             Power                        View Data       ...
Creating a Data sourcePowerPivot Gallery…
Creating a Data sourceInfrastructure…
Creating a Data source PowerPivot Gallery…
Creating a Data source PowerPivotGallery…
You don’t need PowerPivot
Creating a Data source…
Report Design1. Refresh/Cancel button                     9. View in edit mode2. Arrange: Bring forward or send backward  ...
KPIs Hierarchies   Perspectives Drill     Real                                                 Through   TimeExcelPower Vi...
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 buil...
Questions
Create Dynamic Interactive Reports Using Power View by Peter Serzo - SPTechCon
Create Dynamic Interactive Reports Using Power View by Peter Serzo - SPTechCon
Create Dynamic Interactive Reports Using Power View by Peter Serzo - SPTechCon
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  1. 1. Peter SerzoSPTECHCON – San Francisco March 2013
  2. 2.  Peter Serzo, MCP, MCSD .Net, MCTS  High Monkey Consulting  Blog: monkeyblog.highmonkey.com  www.highmonkey.com  PSerzo@highmonkey.com  Twitter: pserzo  Author  Love to read and Love a Good Story
  3. 3. www.highmonkey.comCheck out our new site!
  4. 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. 5. Power View
  6. 6. What is Power View
  7. 7. What is Power View
  8. 8. What is Power View
  9. 9. Reporting Services Team Power ViewSSRSRB3.0
  10. 10. Power View utilizesTabular Model
  11. 11. Tabular Model Analysis Services
  12. 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. 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. 14. SQL 2012 Service Pack 1 Support for Power View in Microsoft Excel 2013NeedSilverlight
  15. 15. Power ViewComparisons
  16. 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. 17. Power ViewInfrastructure/Configuration
  18. 18. Infrastructure
  19. 19. SQL RS Add-in
  20. 20. Site Collection Feature
  21. 21. Creating a Data source…
  22. 22. Creating a Data source… PowerPivot Gallery BISM Connection Power View Data Source Report/xslx
  23. 23. Creating a Data sourcePowerPivot Gallery…
  24. 24. Creating a Data sourceInfrastructure…
  25. 25. Creating a Data source PowerPivot Gallery…
  26. 26. Creating a Data source PowerPivotGallery…
  27. 27. You don’t need PowerPivot
  28. 28. Creating a Data source…
  29. 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. 30. KPIs Hierarchies Perspectives Drill Real Through TimeExcelPower ViewReportingServicesPerformancePoint
  31. 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. 32. Questions
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