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  • 1. Peter SerzoSPTECHCON – San Franscisco March 2013
  • 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. Agenda Covering SQL 2012 enhancements ONLY as it relates to SharePoint 2010.
  • 4. Data SP 2013 Alerts BI Power Claims View PowerShell Reporting ServicesBackup/Restore Service App ULS Excel Access Services 2013
  • 5. Architecture
  • 6. Architecture
  • 7. VertiPaq VertiPaq In-memory column store… typical 10x compression Brute force memory scans… high performance by default… no tuning required Basic paging support… data volume mostly limited to physical memory
  • 8. Column Store Indexes• Ford, Jane, 34mpg • Ford, Nissan, Buick• Nissan, Bill, 24mpg • Jane, Bill, Don• Buick, Don, 17mpg • 34mpg, 24mpg, 17mpg Column store indexes store each column’s data together.
  • 9. Reporting Services Installation Notice the word integrated is no longer used. It is called SharePoint Mode.
  • 10. Reporting Services Installation
  • 11. PowerShell
  • 12. Create SSRS Service Application$RSServiceAppPool = Get-SPServiceApplicationPool "SharePoint Web ServicesDefault"$RSServiceAppName = "SSRS Service App 2"$RSDBName = "ReportServerService_GUID"$RSServiceApp = New-SPRSServiceApplication -Name $RSServiceAppName -applicationPool $RSServiceAppPool -DatabaseName $RSDBName
  • 13. Create SSRS Service Application Proxy$RSServiceAppProxyName = "SSRS Service App Proxy"$RSServiceAppProxy = New-SPRSServiceApplicationProxy -Name$RSServiceAppProxyName -ServiceApplication $RSServiceApp
  • 14. Reporting Services ManagementManage Service Application
  • 15. Claims
  • 16. Backup/RestoreSharePoint Central Administration
  • 17. Encryption key still needs to be backed up
  • 18. ULSDiagnose with SharePoint ULS Logging
  • 19. Report Builder
  • 20. SSRS – Data Alerts
  • 21. SSRS – Data Alerts
  • 22. Manage Alerts in SharePoint Per Site Not available in Native Mode
  • 23. SSRS – Export 65k to 1 million Rows
  • 24. SSDT
  • 25. SSDT
  • 26. Power View Power View is an interactive data exploration and visual presentation experience.
  • 27. Power View • Interactive, web-based authoring and sharing of information • Zero configuration highlighting and filtering • Animated trending and comparisons • Interactive Presentation turns pervasive information into persuasive information • Deliver and collaborate through SharePoint • Full screen presentation mode for interactive boardroom session
  • 28. Site Collection Feature
  • 29. Power View
  • 30. Power View – Multiple Views/Report
  • 31. Excel 2013
  • 32. SharePoint 2013 – Access Services
  • 33. SharePoint 2013 - BI
  • 34. Licensing 3 versions: Enterprise Business Intelligence Standard
  • 35. Follow the SQL Team They control BI within Microsofthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/sqlrsteambloghttp://weblogs.sqlteam.com/
  • 36. Follow theses bloggershttp://denglishbi.wordpress.com Dan Englishhttp://www.powerpivotblog.nl Kasperhttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/karang Karan Gulati