Exploring, Visualizing andPresenting Data with Power ViewPresented By:Stevo Smocilacstevos@magenic.comMay 2, 2012
What is Power View» New feature of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services» Interactive data exploration, visualization, and pr...
Features of Power View» Presentation-ready» Based on data models» Visual design experience» Creating data visualizations» ...
Microsoft Reporting Tool Comparison                                        SSRS   Power View   Excel/Power   Performance  ...
Sophisticated                  Productive                         Visual dataDesign Environment             Authoring     ...
System Requirements» SQL Server 2012  » Enterprise  » Business Intelligence» Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise E...
Supported Operating Systems & Browsers                                                                                    ...
Architecture                  SharePoint 2010      SQL Server Web Browser                  Reporting Services  Silverlight...
Data Source Preparation     Getting your data source ready to create Power     View reports
Building a BISM Tabular Model Database
Deploying a BISM Tabular Model Database
BI Semantic Model (BISM) Connections» Portable connection file» Created and accessed via SharePoint» Supported databases  ...
Demo  Exploring Power View
Summary » Great tool for business users & analysts » Fills gap in Microsoft BI reporting toolset » Extremely polished vers...
ResourcesSQL Server 2012http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/future-editions.aspxMSDN Libraryhttp://msdn.microsoft.com...
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At Code Mastery Boston Stevo Smocilac of Magenic highlights: New feature of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services, Interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience, Point and click interface, End user orientated, Supplements current Microsoft tools, Fills gap in the current Microsoft BI reporting toolset, Tightly integrated with PowerPivot & BISM

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  1. 1. Exploring, Visualizing andPresenting Data with Power ViewPresented By:Stevo Smocilacstevos@magenic.comMay 2, 2012
  2. 2. What is Power View» New feature of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services» Interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience» Point and click interface» End user orientated» Supplements current Microsoft tools» Fills gap in the current Microsoft BI reporting toolset» Tightly integrated with PowerPivot & BISM
  3. 3. Features of Power View» Presentation-ready» Based on data models» Visual design experience» Creating data visualizations» Filtering and highlighting data» Sorting» Reports with multiple views» Performance http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh213579.aspx
  4. 4. Microsoft Reporting Tool Comparison SSRS Power View Excel/Power Performance Pivot PointTraditional, high fidelity reports Yes No Partial NoAlerting & subscription functionality Yes No No NoInteractive data exploration No Yes Partial PartialEnd user development No Yes Partial NoDashboard creation No No Partial YesNative mobile support No No Partial PartialCustomizability Yes No Partial NoNumber of data sources supported Many Two Many Few
  5. 5. Sophisticated Productive Visual dataDesign Environment Authoring representation Report Re-use Highly Viewer Controls of insights Interactive Rich Design Flexible Rich Capabilities layout Presentation Report Designer Report Builder Power View Embedded Operational Business © 2011 Microsoft Corporation.
  6. 6. System Requirements» SQL Server 2012 » Enterprise » Business Intelligence» Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition (SP1 Recommended)» Client browsers » Internet Explorer 7/8/9 » Firefox 7 » Safari 5» Silverlight 5
  7. 7. Supported Operating Systems & Browsers Macintosh OS Windows Windows Browser Windows 7 Windows Vista 10.6 – 10.7 Server 2008 R2 Server 2008 (Intel-based) Internet 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit Not supported Explorer 9 Internet 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit 32-bit, 64-bit Not supported Explorer 8 Internet Not supported 32-bit, 64-bit Not supported 32-bit, 64-bit Not supported Explorer 7 Firefox 7 32-bit 32-bit Not supported 32-bit Not supported Safari 5 Not supported Not supported Not supported Not supported 32-bit, 64-bit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms156511.aspx#bkmk_powerview
  8. 8. Architecture SharePoint 2010 SQL Server Web Browser Reporting Services Silverlight 5 Power View PowerPoint SSAS Tabular Silverlight 5 Database PowerPivot
  9. 9. Data Source Preparation Getting your data source ready to create Power View reports
  10. 10. Building a BISM Tabular Model Database
  11. 11. Deploying a BISM Tabular Model Database
  12. 12. BI Semantic Model (BISM) Connections» Portable connection file» Created and accessed via SharePoint» Supported databases » Tabular model database » PowerPivot workbooks» Security/Authentication » Kerberos on the first attempt » If Kerberos fails will use effectiveusername parameter http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg471575.aspx
  13. 13. Demo Exploring Power View
  14. 14. Summary » Great tool for business users & analysts » Fills gap in Microsoft BI reporting toolset » Extremely polished version 1.0 product » Needs SharePoint Enterprise Edition » Currently requires Tabular SSAS database or PowerPivot workbook » Currently no mobile support
  15. 15. ResourcesSQL Server 2012http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/future-editions.aspxMSDN Libraryhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh213579.aspxAnalysis Services and PowerPivot Team Bloghttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/analysisservices/SQL Server Reporting Services Team Bloghttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/sqlrsteamblog/
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