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In this presentation we review SQL Server Data Discovery with PowerPivot and Sharepoint. We explore Data Analysis and Data Mining with SQL Server 2008

In this presentation we review SQL Server Data Discovery with PowerPivot and Sharepoint. We explore Data Analysis and Data Mining with SQL Server 2008

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    • SQL Server Data Mining and Power Pviot (Data Discovery)Level 300
      Dr. Eduardo Castro Martinez
      Arquitecto
      ecastro@grupoasesor.net
      http://ecastrom.blogspot.com
      http://tiny.cc/comwindows
      Twitter edocastro
    • What Will We Cover?
      •What is PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Managing PowerPivot for SharePoint
    • Agenda
      Review
      •Configuring PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Working With PowerPivotWorkbooks
      •Managing PowerPivot for SharePoint
    • Evolution of BI
      Self-Service BI
      Traditional BI
      Provision
      Analysis
      Reports
      Dashboards & Scorecards
      Data
      Staging
      Analysis
      Cubes
      Data Warehouse
      ETL/Data Quality
      Specialized Tools
      End Users
      Spreadsheets
      Existing Data
      IT Pro
      ?
      LOB Applications
      Data Marts
      Files
      IT has been busy keeping up with the growing demand for BI…
      Harvesting existing data, cleaning it and staging it …
      To provision reports, dashboards & scorecards to meet End User demand.
      But business is outpacing IT and End Users are demanding Agility …
      Rapidly breaking down the barriers of Control with Self-Service BI!
      Is it possible to balance Control with Agility?
    • Evolution of BI
      Self-Service BI
      Traditional BI
      Niche Startups
    • Microsoft Business Intelligence
      Most Broadly adopted Productivity & Collaboration Tools
      SharePoint
      Scorecards
      Excel
      Workbooks
      PowerPivot Applications
      SharePoint
      Search & Dashboards
      Analysis
      Services
      Reporting
      Services
      Most widely deployed EIM & BI Platform
      Integration
      Services
      Master Data
      Services
      Odata
      Feeds
      LOB Apps
    • Background Self-Service Business Intelligence
      New paradigm
      “Business intelligence for the masses”
      “Managed self-service business intelligence”
      Put simple, powerful BI tools in the hands of “knowledge workers”
      Familiar tools: Excel
      People who own the data
      Excel spreadsheet, Access database or SharePoint list data
      Reality: Office power users
    • PowerPivotTechnologies
      Ability to easily create self-service BI applications using familiar tools (MS Excel)
      Easy to update and modify without being a BI developer
      Don’t need to install SQL Server 2008 R2
    • Analysis Services in VertiPaq Mode
      In SQL Server 2008 R2, the VertiPaq storage engine is used for in-memory multidimensional databases within
      Excel workbooks
      Includes PowerPivot workbooks that have been published to a SharePoint site.
    • Analysis Services in VertiPaq Mode
      PowerPivot for Excel is the only client that is supported for creating and querying in-memory databases that use VertiPaq mode.
      The multidimensional database that you create in PowerPivot tools is contained within the Excel workbook
      You cannot access the VertiPaq storage engine by using traditional SSAS clients and tools
    • What is Microsoft PowerPivot?
      PowerPivot for Excel: Free Technology
      Excel add-in that enhances Excel’s capabilities for creating and editing PowerPivot applications. Requires Excel 2010
      Runs best with lots of RAM and Windows x64
      PowerPivot for SharePoint: Licensed
      SharePoint 2010 extension that enhances SharePoint’s enterprise capabilities for sharing and managing PowerPivot applications. Requires SharePoint 2010
    • PowerPivot Applications
      Appear to be ordinary Excel workbooks
      Have a UI that looks like a collection of tabbed Excel spreadsheets
      Can store 2-3 orders of magnitude more rows of data than a spreadsheet can store (100’s millions of rows vs. 1 million rows)
      2GB File Size limit
    • DAX Calculated Columns
    • PowerPivot for Excel Architecture
    • VertiPaq
      VertiPaq Storage Engine
      Lots of cheap RAM => In-memory storage
      Column-oriented data compression > 10:1
      Support for column-oriented DAX queries
    • Demo
      Using PowerPivot
    • PowerPivot for SharePointServer, Services, and Components
      c2wts/proxy
      SharePoint Farm
      c2wts
      App
      Client
      WFE
      Content
      Excel Calculation Services
      Excel Web Access
      SQL
      Excel Services Application Proxy
      MSOLAP
      TCP
      Excel Web Service
      MSOLAP Driver
      HTTP
      Excel Calc Services
      Channel
      Data Sources
      PowerPivot Web Service
      PowerPivot Service Application Proxy
      PowerPivot System Service
      Excel Services
      Analysis Services in VertiPaq Mode
      PowerPivot Services
    • Microsoft Business Intelligence Appliance
      End-to-end, pre-configured stack quickly enables BI for Excel power users
      Rich insight: Empower users to easily create PowerPivot workbooks from real-time business data for faster, more accurate insights
      Reduced complexity: Overcome cost and complexity of BI; shift IT resources from running ad-hoc reports to innovation initiatives
      Improved deployment & manageability : Appliance management dashboard and BI Center Getting Started Guide streamline deployment and simplify administration.
    • Power Pivot for SharePoint Components
    • Access to PowerPivot for SharePoint
    • PowerPivot for SharePoint Features
    • Demonstration: Configuring PowerPivot For SharePoint
      •Install SQL Analysis Services and PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Configure SharePoint for Workbook Uploads
      •Configure Excel Services
    • PowerPivot
      What cannot be done with a workbook loaded in a browser window?
      1.View the current data set
      2.Refresh the data
      3.Save changes to SharePoint
      4.Change the view by selecting different slicers
    • PowerPivot
      What cannot be done with a workbook loaded in a browser window?
      3.Save changes to SharePoint
    • PowerPivot
      SQL Server Analysis Services in VertiPaqmode provides what features?
      1.Efficient data compression
      2.Management of large data sets within memory
      3.Real-time restructuring of data based on user requests
      4.All of the above
    • PowerPivot
      SQL Server Analysis Services in VertiPaqmode provides what features?
      4.All of the above
    • Agenda
      •Configuring PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Working With PowerPivotWorkbooks
      •Managing PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Using StreamInsight
    • PowerPivot Document Sharing
    • Working With PowerPivot Worksheets
    • Demonstration: Sharing PowerPivot Workbooks
      •Upload a Workbook to the SharePoint PowerPivot Gallery
      •Access a SharePoint Workbook
      •Manually Refresh the Workbook
    • Demonstration: Sharing PowerPivot Workbooks
      •Upload a Workbook to the SharePoint PowerPivot Gallery
      •Access a SharePoint Workbook
      •Manually Refresh the Workbook
    • Review
      PowerPivot workbooks are uploaded, accessed, and managed in the…?
      1.SharePoint Site Pages
      2.PowerPivot Gallery
      3.Document Library
      4.SharePoint Customized Reports page
    • Review
      PowerPivot workbooks are uploaded, accessed, and managed in the…?
      2.PowerPivotGallery
    • Agenda
      Review
      •Configuring PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Working With PowerPivotWorkbooks
      •Managing PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Using StreamInsight
    • Service and Administrative Accounts
    • Demonstration: Managing and Monitoring PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Examine Server Health
      •Configure Usage Data Collection
      •View Workbook Activity
      •View Error Logs
    • Review
      The Analysis Services service account for all servers in a SharePoint farm with PowerPivot installed must be…
      1.The same user
      2.A different user
      3.A local Machine User
      4.A domain user
    • Review
      The Analysis Services service account for all servers in a SharePoint farm with PowerPivot installed must be…
      1.The same user
      4.A domain user
    • Agenda
      Review
      •Configuring PowerPivot for SharePoint
      •Working With PowerPivotWorkbooks
      •Managing PowerPivot for SharePoint
    • Session Summary
      •PowerPivot For SharePoint is Part of SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services
      •PowerPivot Enables Business Intelligence Collaboration for the Average User
      •Easy Access To PowerPivot Workbooks Using a Web Browser or Excel 2010
    • What’s Next…
      •Data Warehouse Scaling and Performance
      –SQL Server 2008 R2 Data Warehouse Optimizations
      –New Data Warehouse Scalability Features in SQL Server 2008 R2.
    • Preguntas?Q&A
    • SQL Server Data Mining and Power Pviot (Data Discovery)Level 300
      Dr. Eduardo Castro Martinez
      Arquitecto
      ecastro@grupoasesor.net
      http://ecastrom.blogspot.com
      http://tiny.cc/comwindows
      Twitter edocastro