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With SQL Server 2012, Microsoft finally delivers on a critical business need: end-user driven reporting solutions. In this session, be prepared to be amazed by the power and ease of Power View, ...

With SQL Server 2012, Microsoft finally delivers on a critical business need: end-user driven reporting solutions. In this session, be prepared to be amazed by the power and ease of Power View, Microsoft's latest reporting technology that lets regular users build rich, dynamic reporting applications right from the browser. We'll then learn how the next generation of PowerPivot and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) integrates as a pure SharePoint service application, simplifying deployment and the architecture of your reporting platform.

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  • With SQL Server 2012, Microsoft finally delivers on a critical business need: end-user driven reporting solutions. In this session, be prepared to be amazed by the power and ease of Power View, Microsoft's latest reporting technology that lets regular users build rich, dynamic reporting applications right from the browser. We'll then learn how the next generation of PowerPivot and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) integrates as a pure SharePoint service application, simplifying deployment and the architecture of your reporting platform.

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  • SQL Server 2012 andSharePoint 2010:Reporting NirvanaRandy WilliamsDirector of AvePoint Client Services
  • Randy Williams Author Director of ACS
  • Microsoft’s Reporting Vision One BI model for all end-user experiences Client Tools BI Semantic Model Personal BI Team BI Organizational BI PowerPivot for Excel PowerPivot for SharePoint Analysis Services Data Sources
  • BI Semantic Model: How it Works Third-party SharePoint SSRS Excel PowerPivot applications Insights Multi- Tabular dimensional MDX DAX Direct ROLAP MOLAP xVelocity Query Databases LOB Applications Files OData Feeds Cloud Services
  • BISM: Key Benefits Flexibility Richness Scalability
  • PowerPivot Design goal: Powerful, yet simple BI for end users Two ways to use it Supports large datasets (millions of rows) that are compressed Processing is done in memory based on the xVelocity (Vertipaq) engine Datasets can be pulled from multiple sources and linked together PowerPivot workbooks can be published to SharePoint
  • What’s new with PowerPivot v2? KPI’s Diagram view for managing relationships Hierarchies More robust architecture Configuration Tool  Full support for BISM, including tabular models
  • Demo PowerPivot
  • Power View Silverlight application launched from SPS 2010 Simple, yet powerful visualization analysis and ad-hoc reporting Designed for end users Works with two tabular model types Can be exported to PowerPoint
  • Power View – important concepts Part of Reporting Services in SQL 2012 It’s presentation ready at all times Reports are designed for the screen It’s fun because it’s smart and simple Requires a basic understanding of Pivot Tables Does not replace Report Builder or SSDT (BIDS) Does not replace Performance Point or other high-end analysis tools Remember, it’s Silverlight based (sorry, no iPad… yet)
  • Demo Power View
  • SQL Server Reporting Services “Comprehensive, server-based solution that enables the creation, management, and delivery of both traditional, paper- oriented reports and interactive web-based reports.” Report can be exported to PDF, Excel, HTML, and other formats Can be integrated with SharePoint Reports are managed from web interface (SharePoint or native) Multiple tools can be used to author reports Supports “push-style” subscriptions
  • What’s new with SSRS 2012 Did I mention Power View? Integration with SharePoint is now done with a service app Ability to run native and SharePoint integration side-by-side Open XML-based rendering of Word (.docx) and Excel (.xlsx) Data alerts notify you when defined patterns are found Performance optimizations
  • Choosing a report authoring app Report Designer Report Builder Power View
  • Demo SSRS 2012
  • Design tools and approach Personal BI Team BI Organizational BI
  • Basic install & config steps Be sure you are running SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise with SP11. On app server(s), install PowerPivot for SharePoint2. On WFE servers, install SQL Server 2012 Add-in for SharePoint3. Run PowerPivot Configuration Tool4. On app server(s), install SSRS5. Run SharePoint Configuration Wizard6. Start SSRS service in Central Admin7. Create SSRS service app in Central Admin8. Create a PowerPivot site collection9. Activate site-collection features
  • PowerPivot Configuration Tool
  • Resources Sqlcat.com Reporting Services on Technet - bit.ly/cFwURt Introducing SQL 2012 (free MS Press ebook) - bit.ly/AFoMfa Installation checklists - bit.ly/IXYgLV BI on Technet - bit.ly/Kjz2vo BI videos on Technet - bit.ly/KN57Zb Microsoft Virtual Academy - bit.ly/A3P488 www.powerpivot-info.com www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/powerpivot.aspx
  • Thank yourandy.williams@avepoint.com @tweetraw