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This the webinar I gave as part of Pragmatic Works Free Training on the T's.

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    Self Service Visualization with Power View Self Service Visualization with Power View Presentation Transcript

    • Self-Service Visualization with Power View Free Training on the T’s February 14, 2013
    • My Contact InformationAnthony Sammartino MCITP(BI), PMP®Vice PresidentTekPartners Business Intelligence Solutions(954) 282-1798asammartino@tekpartners.comTwitter: @SQLAntLinkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/apsammartinoBlog: www.sqlant.meWeb: www.tekpartnersbi.com
    • About Me• Started working with SQL Server 7.0 in 1999• 14 Data Warehouse / BI Projects in 13 Years• 11 Years SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008(R2), 2012• Live in South Florida with my wife and two daughters• Fan of Miami and Philadelphia Sports teams, all things technology• Solutions Architect, Project Manager, Technical Lead MCP(SQL Server), MCTS(BI), MCITP(BI), PMP®
    • Session Overview1. Self-Service Visualization & Tools2. Power View (Server - Desktop)3. Data Sources (Current – Future)4. Demo5. New 2013 Features6. Questions
    • Self-Service VisualizationPoints of Agreement:• Easily - Produce a graphical representation of large amounts of data and gain insight from it.• Easily - Drag and drop or point and click.• Easily - Filter, group, drill.
    • Self-Service Visualization ToolsSome Tools That Enable This:• IBM Cognos Insight (Released in 2012)• Microstrategy Visual Insight (Released in 2012)• Microsoft Power View (Released in 2012)• Tableau (Usage grew 90+% in 2011)• QlikView, etc.
    • Power View (Server - Desktop)Released with SQL Server 2012 (in 2012 – Project Crescent)Requirements - ServerSharePoint Server• SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Edition (SharePoint SP1 Recommended)• SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Edition (SQL 2012 SP1 Required)• SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services SharePoint Integrated Mode• SQL Server 2012 PowerPivot for Sharepoint• SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services Tabular• Silverlight 4 for SP 2010 - Silverlight 5 for SP 2013Requirements - DesktopExcel 2013
    • Data for Power ViewData Sources SupportedCurrent• SQL Server Analysis Services Tabular Models• PowerPivot Models Published to SharePointFuture• SQL Server Analysis Services Multidimensional Models
    • Demo Time!
    • New Features of Power ViewExcel 2013 and SharePoint 2013:• Pie charts• Maps• Key performance indicators (KPIs)• Hierarchies• Drill up and drill down• Report styles, themes, and text resizing• Backgrounds and background images• Hyperlinks
    • Questions & AnswersThank you for your time today and hope you found this educationalAnthony Sammartino MCITP(BI), PMP®Vice PresidentTekPartners Business Intelligence Solutions(954) 282-1798asammartino@tekpartners.comTwitter: @SQLAntLinkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/apsammartinoBlog: www.sqlant.meWeb: www.tekpartnersbi.com