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Self-Service Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013
 

Self-Service Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013

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SPSLA 2013 Self-Service Business Intelligence shows you how to use something you know, like Excel to build SQL AS Models, SQL RS RDLX Reports and more

SPSLA 2013 Self-Service Business Intelligence shows you how to use something you know, like Excel to build SQL AS Models, SQL RS RDLX Reports and more

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  • Self service
  • Talk about 10 slides
  • 20 minutes 40 minutes demoi
  • Ideas are brought to the team or we think of them (ex: How customers engage with our products?)Identify the data, clean it, and capture it.Build a report in the DW.This usually takes 4, 5, or 6 weeks depending on the data, report, etc.Often times when the stakeholder looks at the report, they say something like "Now that I see this, I really want X.“
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  • THIS SHOULD BE YOUR LAST SLIDE – Please ensure to leave this on as people are walking out and you’re wrapping things up. Thanks so much!

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  • ivan@dimension-si.com
  • Outline & Agenda
  • Ivan SandersIvan Sanders is a SharePoint MVP/MCT Author and independent consultant withmore than 15 years of broad-based hands-on experience with the design anddevelopment of mission-critical applications that include Business IntelligenceDashboards in the enterprise and deployment of Microsoft products, whiledelivering nothing but Microsoft SharePoint solutions since 2004.Ivan is active in the SharePoint Community through the MSDN and TechNetforums, Teched and PDC Birds of a Feather, SharePoint Saturday, SharePointConferences, SharePoint ShopTalk, INETA, GITCA, and Local Southern CaliforniaUser Groups.twitter http://twitter.com/iasandersLinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/iasanders,Blog http://msmvps.com/blogs/ivansandersMVP Profile https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Ivan.SandersCodeplex: http://SharePointDemoBuilds.Codeplex.comAmazon: http://www.amazon.com/Business-Intelligence-Microsoft-SharePoint-2013/dp/0735675430
  • Component SharePoint 2010 MinimumRequirementSharePoint “2013” MinimumRequirementProcessor 64-bit, four cores 64-bit, four coresRAM 4 GB for developer or evaluation use8 GB for production use in a singleserver or multiple server farm4 GB for developer or evaluation use8 GB for production use in a single serveror in a multiple server farmHard disk 80 GB for system driveMaintain twice as much free space asyou have RAM for productionenvironments.80 GB for system driveMaintain twice as much free space as youhave RAM for production environments.
  • Component SharePoint 2010 MinimumRequirementSharePoint “2013” MinimumRequirementProcessor 64-bit, 4 cores for small deployments64-bit, 8 cores for medium deployments64-bit, 4 cores for small deployments64-bit, 8 cores for medium deploymentsRAM 8 GB for small deployments16 GB for medium deployments8 GB for small deployments16 GB for medium deploymentsHard disk 80 GB for system driveHard disk space is dependent on thesize of your SharePoint content80 GB for system driveHard disk space is dependent on the sizeof your SharePoint content
  • Feature Multidimensional TabularRAM Some (16/32 GB) A lot (64/128)RAM Speed Important CrucialNumber of cores 4/8/16 4/8/16Core speed Less Important CrucialDisk speed Very Important NASSD Disk Usage Strongly recommended NANetwork speed Important ImportantConcurrency Pretty good Not enough experience…
  • Visio WebAccessCustom DataProvidersVisio JSOMMash-Up APIWeb PartConnectionsVisio ProxyVisio Graphics ServiceVDW/b/mSharePoint Content DatabaseExternal Data SourcesWeb FrontEndApplicationServerBackend SQLOLEDB/ODBCXLSX SP ListsSQLAzureExternalLists
  • TabularMulti-dimensionalData ModelExternal DataSourcesPresentationBI SemanticModelROLAPExcel 2013SharePoint InsightsPower ViewBusiness logic and queriesData accessMDX DAXMOLAPxVelocityDirectQueryOData FeedsDatabases HadoopSQL Azure&Cloud…and more
  • Web PartsWeb ServicesRenderingCustom EditorsWeb ServicesAuthoringSharePoint Data StoreMonitoring ServicesApplication ProxyData Source ExtensibilityPPS App SettingsSharePoint RepositoryPerformancePointServices WCF InterfaceExternal DataSourcesClientWebFrontEndApplicationServerBackendHTTP/HTML AJAX/JSON SOAP/XMLSharePoint Data Store
  • http://autospinstaller.codeplex.com
  • Demo + Codehttp://bit.ly/kOqLnv
  • Operational DatabasesData Consolidation& Transformation(ETL)Relational DataWarehouseOLAP CubesORTabular DataReports, Charts,Dashboards & Scorecards
  • Business Needs
  • Gather AnalyticalRequirementsDesignDimensionalModelDesign DataTransformationsCreate OLAPDimensions &CubesDesign Reports &AnalyticsDesignPresentation PortalSQL FileDataFlowSQL ServerRelationalIntegrationServicesAnalysisServicesReportingServicesSharePointServices
  • PerformancePointSSASGrids GraphsExplorationValue BasedGaugesScorecardsSparklinesDiagramsSSRS
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  • Codeplex – with Source Codehttp://cksdev.codeplex.comhttp://startermasterpages.codeplex.comhttp://spm.codeplex.comhttp://autospinstaller.codeplex.comhttp://spsf.codeplex.comhttp://slk.codeplex.comhttp://smarttools.codeplex.comhttp://spviewpermission.codeplex.comhttp://bidshelper.codeplex.comhttp://almspecialisttoolkit.codeplex.comhttp://spsf.codeplex.com
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