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    Sql server 2012_sp1_09_of_12_rapid_exploration_via_excel_level300_dark_deck Sql server 2012_sp1_09_of_12_rapid_exploration_via_excel_level300_dark_deck Presentation Transcript

    • RAPID DATA EXPLORATION IN EXCELBreakthrough Insight
    • THE FANTASTIC 12 OF 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
    • RAPID DATA EXPLORATION & VISUALIZATION IN EXCELEXCEL 2013: COMPLETE AND POWERFUL SELF-SERVICE BI TOOL
    • WHY MICROSOFT SELF-SERVICE BI for Ability to Execute BI platform• Familiar tools and• Extensive confidence to hundreds of terabytes to
    • WHY MICROSOFT SELF-SERVICE BI“Microsoft offers PowerPivotand Power View in-memorydata analysis and discoveryengine. Think of this as Excelon steroids. If you are alreadyusing Excel (and who isn’t?) ”- Forrester Wave June 2012 Source: Forrester Wave June 2012
    • STUNNING, INTERACTIVE DATA VISUALIZATION DISCOVER NEW INSIGHTS AT THE SPEED OF THOUGHT WITH POWER VIEW• Explore, visualize and share insights with Power View • Interactive, browser-based, ad-hoc data exploration for gathering insights at the speed of thought • Rich data visualizations bar, line, pie and trellis charts, geospatial mapping and animations for identifying patterns and trends • Advanced filtering capabilities enable powerful What-If type analysis• Visual design experience• Presentation-ready
    • POWER VIEW
    • WHAT IS POWER VIEW?
    • MANY POWER VIEW 2012 FEATURES Model Explorer and Field list Automatic Grouping improvementsfor model navigation and data Multiple views in a region structure Geospatial single report Mapping What-If type analysis Interactive, user Filter pane supports lists, defined drill paths measure slider, calendar, Data region conversions and advanced mode Common chart types, SharePoint integration chart titles, legend, axes, (launch from doc lib, Interactivity: highlight, cross configure chart, chart manage, preview, Power filter, play axis, popup, series Pivot gallery) transition animations, bubble trails… Table & MatrixEmbedded image support including subtotals, Non Measures as Tab Strip and Cover Flow Tiles totals, blocking Sorting Measures for data navigation Textboxes with rich Show All Small multiples layout text formatting Motion charts Measures as Non View and data region Export to Measures Drag and Drop to level filtering with slicers PowerPoint Canvas and filter pane
    • POWER VIEW ARCHITECTURE
    • POWER VIEW EXPERIENCES
    • POWER VIEW IN SQL SERVER 2012
    • POWER VIEW IN EXCEL
    • BENEFITS OF POWER VIEW IN EXCEL 2013One Tool to Have it All: Modeling, Analytics andReportingPower View Capabilities OfflineCross Visual Interactivity (Filter and Highlight)New Layout Paradigms (Multiples, Scrolling Visuals, Tiles,and Cards)Additional Visualizations (Map)
    • EXCEL 2013 + POWERPIVOT: THE PERFECT MARRIAGEExcel brings:Easier data cleanup (Flash Fill)Faster on-ramp (Quick Analysis, Pivot and Chart Recommendations)Built-in Data Model (relate your data)New Data Sources (Odata, Azure Marketplace)PowerPivot add-in for Excel 15 brings:Further Data Model enrichments (Calculated fields, KPIs, Hierarchies,Perspectives)Enriched data connectivity experienceAdvanced Data Model exploration and manipulation
    • FLASH FILLExcel learns patterns and auto-completes data
    • QUICK ANALYSIS LENSIntelligent suggestions to illustrate data with ease
    • RECOMMENDED PIVOT TABLESExcel suggests ways to summarize your data
    • TIMELINE SLICERYou can apply time filters on your data
    • QUICK EXPLORE AND QUICK TRENDYou can apply time filters on your data
    • DATA MODEL PROGRAMMABILITYFull data model exploration trough excel object model
    • ON EVERY DEVICE AND EVERY BROWSER
    • EXCEL EMBED Easy to embed spreadsheet on the webhttp://christinewillson.com/single-family-home-sales
    • MAPSPoint Based MapsFields in the Location Drop Zone aregeocoded by BingDirect support for Latitude and LongitudePie ChartsWhen multiple entries belong to a single pointDrill SupportLocations Drop Zone order determines drill path.Geocode SupportAnything that Bing can resolve (Try it!)Model Metadata supportMark fields in the model as geographic typeAutomatic Classification of types
    • HIERARCHIES AND DRILLHierarchy SupportAll hierarchies are supported in Power ViewDrillDrill is not dependent on hierarchiesUsers can define their own drill paths using any fieldsShow One or Show AllFor tablix, drill using “Show One Level” optionFor chart and map, drill is turned on by default based on defined drill path
    • SOURCES FOR A POWER VIEW REPORT IN EXCELPowerPivot Model in the WorkbookSQL Server, Access, Oracle, Azure Data Market, Odata, Teradata, PDW,Sybase, Informix, DB2, OLEDB/ODBC, SSRS data feeds, text and Excel files.Power Pivot Workbook in SharePointServer Deployed Tabular ModelsExcel Ranges  Internal ModelExcel Tables  Internal Model
    • INTEGRATION POINTSBetween Excel and the PowerPivot Add-InWith Office 2010The PowerPivot Add-In is a standalone add-inSeparately downloaded and installedWith its own engine, Data Model and Field ListWith Office 2013The PowerPivot Add-In ships as an Excel featureInstalled as part of Excel in the Professional Plus SKUFully integrated engine, Data Model and Field List of Excel
    • BENEFITS USING THE ADD-INFor the individual building the modelAccess to Diagram ViewProviding optimized manageability of your Data ModelEasy drag & drop for creation of relationshipsOptimized data importEnabling you to apply filters during import to narrow down data setEliminating the need to write SQL statementsAllowing to effortlessly add more tables
    • WHEN YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM MORE ADVANCEDBI MODELINGTo enrich your model with calculationsAdding calculated Fields, columns and KPIsTo further enhance your data model leveraging BImodeling featuresCreating hierarchies and PerspectivesTo optimize for broader usageHiding irrelevant metadata, formatting data and applying advanced sorting ofe.g. date fieldsDefine reporting properties to enhance the Power View experience
    • MORE POWER VIEW FEATURES FOR EXCEL 2013
    • SCENARIOS FOR POWER VIEW IN EXCELExcel 2013 DesktopPower View and PowerPivot integrated into Excel, Requires SilverlightAuthor Power View sheets and Power Pivot Models in the DesktopPublish workbooks with Power View sheets to SharePoint and/or Office 365Excel 2013 + SharePoint 2013Power View with Excel Web Access, Requires SilverlightInteractivity and Rendering supported on the web.Excel Desktop required for authoring and Power Pivot model editing.Requires Reporting Services SQL Server 2012 SP1 CTP3Excel 2013 + Office 365Power View with Excel Web App, Requires SilverlightInteractivity and Rendering supported on the web.Excel Desktop required for Power View sheet authoring and Power Pivot model editing.
    • INFORMATION WORKER EXPERIENCE IN EXCEL 2013
    • SHAREPOINT 2013 EXCEL SERVICES INTEGRATION
    • OFFICE 365 ARCHITECTURE
    • FEATURE COMPARISON
    • REPORTING SERVICES• Operational reporting with SQL Server 2012• Self-service and ad-hoc reporting with Report Builder • Reusable Report Parts, Report Part Gallery and Shared Data Sets • Publish to SharePoint or stand-alone Report Manager• Report Data Feeds for delivering data as a service
    • REPORTING SERVICES
    • EXTENSIVE VISUALIZATIONS
    • REPORT DATA FEEDSReport Data Feed capabilities are provided out of the box in every report fordelivering data as a service Report-Based Data Feeds Published ATOM Reports Feed Data Sources Encapsu- SharePoint lating Reports Farm LOB OData Apps Feeds Hadoop Big Data
    • MOBILE VIEWING SUPPORT• SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 SP1 new mobile viewing support on Windows 8 and iOS iPad tablets
    • ADDITIONAL ENHANCEMENTS• Support for new report export file formats • Word rendering to *.docx format • Excel rendering to *.xlsx format• Feature parity with existing Word and Excel renderers• Added ZIP-compressed files• Larger worksheets in Excel • 65k -> 1M rows • 256 -> 16k columns• More colors, theming and branding in Excel • 56-color palette -> 24-bit color (16M colors)
    • OFFICE OPEN XML RENDERING EXTENSIONSSupport for new file formats introduced in Office 2007Word rendering to *.docx formatExcel rendering to *.xlsx formatFeature parity with existing Word and Excel renderersZIP-compressed filesLarger worksheets in Excel65k  1M rows256  16k columnsMore colors in Excel56-color palette  24-bit color (16M colors)
    • USER-DEFINED SELF SERVICE ALERTING• Create Data Alerts within Reporting Services Reports • Report authors maintain control over available data for alerting • Users create alerts directly on the data visible in reports• Detect Important Data Level Changes • Intuitive Alert Rules (greater than, before/after) • Easy to use scheduling (weekly, daily, monthly) • Relevant data included in Alert Message• Alert Management in SharePoint • Fine grained authorization • Self-managed through SharePoint • IT visibility and control over user-defined alerts
    • ALERTING/SSRS SHAREPOINT ARCHITECTURE
    • SHARE AND COLLABORATE THROUGH SHAREPOINTEmpower users to easily discover, analyze, & share insightsEmpower Users to:Share solutions & BI insights across the entireorganizationFind expertise & connect with colleaguesEngage in team discussions and threadedconversationsPublish to SharePoint with a single clickShare interactive PowerPivot workbooks &Power View reports to enable broad adoptionof BI insightsStay up to date with Self-ServiceReporting Alerts
    • NEW SSRS SHAREPOINT INTEGRATION BENEFITSSSRS SharePoint 2010 Shared ServiceHosted in SharePoint Shared Service App poolSSRS catalog DBs are SharePoint Service App DBsWCF and Claims based communicationPowerShell CmdletsCentral Admin UI for all RS administrationULS Logging integrationBuilt-in scale-out and load balancerReport Performance ImprovementsFor reports in AJAX ViewerParity with SQL Server 2012 Native mode performanceTop SharePoint mode pain point Small reports used to be 2-3 times slower: Fixed Faster than 2008 R2 SharePoint mode ~ 30-60%SQL Setup Option For SSRSSharePoint Service
    • UPGRADE TO SQL SERVER 2012 STEP-BY-STEP
    • SUMMARY OF KEY DIFFERENCES
    • ADDITIONAL MATERIALSWeb Sites • Reporting Services – http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/en/us/solutions-technologies/business- intelligence/SQL-Server-2012-reporting-services.aspx • Power View – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/Products/PowerView.aspx • PowerPivot – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/Products/PowerPivot.aspx • Excel 2013 – http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/Products/OfficePreview.aspxWhite Papers • SQL Server 2012 Upgrade Technical Reference • Configuring Kerberos Authentication for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products. • Deploying a Business Intelligence Solution Using SharePoint, Reporting Services, and PerformancePoint Monitoring Server with Kerberos • Reporting Services SharePoint Integration TroubleshootingLinks • SSRS Team Blog • Power View Wiki
    • © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademar ks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accu racy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.