Key Point: Help answer the question “What is Microsoft BI” in terms of products and capabilities and tie it back to customer valueSlide Storyboard:Ultimately Microsoft BI consists of a set of products that provide a complete and end to end set of BI capabilities. This can be simplified into three key areas:The first is about connectivity. It is important to recognize that Microsoft BI sits and works on a heterogeneous stack, it is not just about SQL Server or Oracle data sources, but about working with a wide array of data sources both structured, unstructured, internal and external.The second is a set of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) and BI Platform services like Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Integration Services, Master Data Services etc.… and SQL Server is considered the most widely deployed platform (40% unit share) for these platform services. The third is about tools that the end users use whether it is Excel Workbooks or PowerPivot Solutions or SharePoint Dashboards or Scorecards. These capabilities are delivered through the productivity and collaboration tools that customers are most familiar with and in most cases already have an use which is Office and SharePoint.So the simplified view of what is Microsoft BI boils down to the capabilities that you see on the left hand side and the products that deliver these capabilities on the right hand side.
Specifically today I am here to teach you a little about the area of investments for SQL Server 2012 around Self Service Analysis, Data Visualization, and the consumption of those services through SharePoint.
Ability to work with massive data volumes in tens of millionsMash ups (pivot tables) from multiple tables and a wide variety of data source types80+ contextual DAX measures, time intelligence, distinct count, and many other complex logical functionsPowerPivot Relationships in-memory, highly-scalable VertiPaq technology is so much faster than classic VLOOKUPsWorld-class 5x, 10x and even 15x Data CompressionSharePoint PowerPivot Gallery and automated, scheduled data refresh features SharePoint PowerPivot self-service reporting data sourceSharePoint PowerPivot usage and query source trackingUser friendly, configurable Slicers join multiple pivot charts and pivot tables for interactive dashboards Minimal learning curve for experienced Excel users to easily develop creative and impactful analytic solutions
We wanted to take a look at a multi-year / multi-release vision for Analysis Services Here we show the future “roadmap” of Analysis Services, from SQL Server 2012 and beyond.We want to build on the strengths and success of Analysis Services including the current ecosystem of developers & partners, BI tools & solutions. The current base of BI-focused developers and IT pros are proficient with multidimensional BI solutions; we’ll continue to provide best-in-class tools for BI specialists.We’ll expand the reach of BI to include the broader base of developers and IT pros in the Microsoft ecosystem. To do that, we need to embrace the relational data model for BI, which is well understood by developers and IT pros.At the same time, we want to carry forward existing capabilities in OLAP, so we want to bring together relational and multidimensional modeling under one BI platform. Analysis Services will provide a single model for creating BI solutions that is transparent to client tools; the goal is to extend analysis services to include a broader base of users. We want to provide flexibility in the platform to suit the diverse needs of BI applications. Our vision for this is the BI Semantic Model.
This is a high-level view of how the BI semantic model flows through to PowerPivot to SharePoint, to Analysis Services. This shows that this is the same model, one model, in a workbook and it flows through to SharePoint and you can also have the same model in Analysis Services published from Visual Studio.You have end user tools that live on the user’s desktop or you have services such as Excel services and reporting services that can access the model.
Transcript of "Inteligencia de Negocios con PowerView"
Ing. Eduardo Castro, PhDComunidad Windows Costa Ricaecastro@simsasys.com
Fuentes consultas para crear esta presentaciónhttp://www.slideshare.net/nextret/autoservicio-bihttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh231522.aspx
Servicios BIDesarrollo Instalación, implantación y personalización Desarrollo BI + SharePoint Integraciones Backoffice Integraciones con productos de tercerosOperación y Mantenimiento Evolutivos, Correctivos, Proactivos Soporte especializado Administración 24x7 de la plataformaArquitectura y Governance Auditorías de rendimiento y arquitectura Definición de la arquitectura Definición de Capacity Planning y Governance
AnalysisServicesReportingServicesIntegrationServicesMaster DataServicesSharePointCollaborationExcelWorkbooksPowerPivotApplicationsSharePointDashboards &ScorecardsInteligencia de Negocios con MicrosoftMost widely deployed EIM& BI PlatformMost Broadly adoptedProductivity &Collaboration ToolsOdataFeedsLOBApps
EXPLOTACIÓN DE DATOSEmpoderar a los usuariosFamiliar Excel ExperiencePowerful Data MashupsIn-Memory PerformanceHighly Visual Design ExperienceRich Metadata-Driven InteractivityPresentation-Ready at All TimesEasily Access Reports & DashboardsCreate Alerts From Published ReportsCollaborate on BI Insights
Qué es power view?Easily change data andlayout with quick clicksCollaborate with fullinteractivityShare dynamic reportsquickly and easilyFrom Authoring to Presentation in licksBasado enSilverlightAdministrador
Completamente basado en WebFamiliar OfficeRibbonSimply dragand dropobjects to seedata come tolifeAccess tosemanticmodelCustomizeShapes anddata
Completamente diseñado para formas modernas de consultasCambiar datos yformatoclicksInteraccióncolaborativawithfull interactivityDinámicoreportsquickly and easily
PowerPivotAnalizar grandes cantidades de datos en ExcelPowerPivotfor ExcelPowerPivotfor SharePoint
Model Explorer and Field listfor model navigation anddata region structureMotion chartsInteractivity: highlight, crossfilter, play axis, popup,transition animations, bubbletrails…View and data regionlevel filtering withslicers and filter paneExport toPowerPointMultiple views in asingle reportCanvas, ribbon, applicationinfrastructureTable & Matrixincluding subtotals,totals, blockingTab Strip and Cover FlowTiles for data navigationData region conversionsSharePoint integration(launch from doc lib,manage, preview, PowerPivot gallery)Common chart types,chart titles, legend,axes, configure chart,chart seriesSmall multiples layoutPresentation modewith interactivityFilter pane supports lists,measure slider, calendar,and advanced modeSortingGraceful recoveryfrom model changesDrag and Dropto CanvasMeasures asNon MeasuresNon Measuresas MeasuresTextboxes with richtext formattingShow AllEmbedded image supportAutomatic Grouping improvementsQué hay en SQL Server 2012
SQL ServerAnalysisServicesFutureRoadmapBI SemanticModelAnalysis Services: SQL Server 2012Goal #1Continue to providebest-in-class tools for BIspecialistsGoal #2Extend the reach of BItools to a broader baseof IT professionals anddevelopersGoal #3Provide a single modelfor creating BI solutionsthat is transparent toclient toolsGoal #4Support the fullspectrum of BIsolutions, includingpersonal, team, andcorporate contexts
Excel ServicesPowerPivot forSharePoint(Analysis Services)ExcelInternet ExplorerAnalysis ServicesBI Semantic ModelSharePointReporting ServicesThird Party AppsPowerPivot for ExcelxlsxxlsxSQL Server Data Tools(FormertlyBIDS)PersonalBI TeamBI CorporateBIPower ViewArquitectura de Análisis Services
Cómo probar Power Viewhttp://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/getmicrosoftbi/tryit.aspxhttp://tinyurl.com/74mrkce