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  • THIS SHOULD BE YOUR FIRST SLIDE
  • Who i I am nothing but SharePoint Clients
  • Purpose of the slideClarify that Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot technology includes both an Excel add-in and server-based technology that integrates with SharePoint Server 2010. Key Points: SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel 2010 is a data analysis add-in that delivers unmatched computational power directly within Microsoft Excel SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel 2010 is available for download free of charge at www.powerpivot.com. SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint integrates with Excel Services on the SharePoint server to enable seamless and secure sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions directly in the browserSQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint is included in SQL Server 2008 R2Conclusion: SQL Server PowerPivot technology is the key to managed self-service BI, empowering users, enabling seamless and secure sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions , and helping IT organizations increase efficiency through the PowerPivot Management Dashboard.
  • Purpose of the slidePoint out that SQL Server PowerPivot uses the standard Excel capabilities for slicing and dicing. Key Points: Use familiar PivotTable views, charts, and slicers for interactive analysisSort, filter, and scroll through millions of rows with about the same performance as a few thousand Users can work seamlessly via Web browser and enjoy the same performance and features as the Excel client.Conclusion: Interactive slicers enable users to look at the data from various directions in Excel 2010 and in the browser through PowerPivot for SharePoint and Excel Services.
  • Purpose of the slideElaborate on the capabilities provided through Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Report Builder 3.0 accelerates report creation by leveraging existing content objects, such as Queries, Tables, Charts, Maps, Gauges, Logos It’s easy to share reports in a SharePoint-based environmentReport Builder 3.0 supports publishing and reuse of subcomponents to accelerate development, lower costs, and helps to keep reports up to date by automatically synchronizing updates with published content objectsReports can as data sources for desktop analyticsConclusion: Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0 are essential tools to deliver meaningful reports to business users. It is also an important self-service BI tool for business users to easily create and publish predefined queries, reports and charts independently of IT.
  • Purpose of the slideHighlight the new support of geospatial visualization in Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Support for geospatial visualization includes mapping, routing, and custom shapes Users can also enhance location-based data reports with Bing Maps Conclusion: Rich visualization enables organizations to get more value out of BI by “mashing up” business information with geographic representationElaborate on the capabilities provided through Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Report Builder 3.0 accelerates report creation by leveraging existing content objects, such as Queries, Tables, Charts, Maps, Gauges, Logos It’s easy to share reports in a SharePoint-based environmentReport Builder 3.0 supports publishing and reuse of subcomponents to accelerate development, lower costs, and helps to keep reports up to date by automatically synchronizing updates with published content objectsReports can as data sources for desktop analyticsConclusion: Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0 are essential tools to deliver meaningful reports to business users. It is also an .
  • Microsoft More cool stuff
  • Wes Hackets and CKS Folks
  • http://spsf.codeplex.com SharePoint Software Factory
  • THIS SHOULD BE YOUR SECOND TO LAST SLIDE – Encourage everyone to attend and remind them that BJs Brewhouse is just a few blocks up Bidwell from Three Stages
  • 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!

SharePoint Saturday Sacramento  Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2010 SharePoint Saturday Sacramento Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome to the First Annual
    SharePoint Sacramento!!
  • Creating Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2010
    Demo + Code
    http://bit.ly/kOqLnv
    Ivan Sanders
    SharePoint MVP Developer, Evangelist
    ivan@dimension-si.com
    http://twitter.com/@iasanders
  • Agenda
    Who Am I
    Business Intelligence (BI) Primer
    BI Tools in SharePoint 2010
    Excel Services
    Visio Services
    PerformancePoint Services
    Reporting Services
  • Business Intelligence (BI) Primer
  • What are Dashboards?
    EmpowerYour Users
    Visual displays of information needed to achieve one or more objectives*
    Single-Screen display of information
    Should answer fundamental questions
    Alert the user to issues or problems
    Operational, Performance, Personal
  • What are Scorecards?
    EmpowerYour Users
    Elements of a dashboard
    Align strategies and organizational goals
    Measure and manage Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
    Modeled after the business, not the data
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the web
  • Excel Services & PowerPivot
  • What is Excel Services?
    Real-time, interactive, end-user BI reporting tool
    Displays all or targeted elements of Excel workbooks through the browser
    Extends Excel capabilities such as external data connectivity and Excel based modeling to the browser
    Application Development platform for building data-centric applications
    Automate workbooks via Web Services API
    Provide highly interactive application
    Easily distribute Excel content via REST
  • What is PowerPivot Technology
    “PowerPivoting” Massive Data Volumes
    With a few mouse clicks, a user can create and publish intuitive and interactive self-service analysis solutions.
    PowerPivot for Excel
    PowerPivot for SharePoint
  • EmpowerYour Users
    Interactive Slicing and Dicing
    Excel 2010 and Excel Services
    Interactive slicers enable users to look at the data from various directions in Excel 2010 and in the browser through PowerPivot for SharePoint and Excel Services.
  • Visio services
  • Visio Services Key Features
  • Visio Services features
    Rendering
    Browser-agnostic
    Full Fidelity rendering using
    Down-level experience in PNG
    Visual Refresh of Data Diagrams
    Refresh data connected diagrams to:
    Supports Kerberos, SSO & Unattended Auth.
    Automatic refresh
    OLEDB
    ODBC
    SP Lists
    SQL
    Excel
  • EmpowerYour Users
    Visio Services, At a Glance“Data-Driven Diagrams in SharePoint”
    1 hour later…
    Top Features:
    • Diagrams all live in SharePoint
    • Diagrams viewable in the browser
    • Diagrams created once only
    • Diagrams containing data graphics are refreshable
    • Diagrams give data context and improve insights into the state of a system
    Data Source
  • PerformancePoint Services
  • PerformancePoint Services
    EmpowerYour Users
    Context-driven dashboards across systems
    Provides transparency and accountability
    Interactive access using browser
    Can be created/updated by power-users/professionals
  • Designing PPS Applications
    EmpowerYour Users
    Dashboard designer used to create content
    ClickOnce application launched from browser
    Manages content directly in SharePoint
    Lists for content, data sources, dashboards
  • Visual Data Exploration
    Decomposition trees allow data exploration
    New in SharePoint 2010
    Available by right clicking data in browser
    Analyze -> Decomposition Tree
    Allows filteringexpanding across dimensions
    Allows faster and more relevant visualization of data
  • ReportingServices
  • EmpowerYour Users
    Report Authoring and Publishing
    Intuitive Authoring
    Report Sharing
    Reuse of Subcomponents
    Accelerate report creation by leveraging existing content objects, such as Queries, Tables, Charts, Maps, Gauges, Logos Significantly decrease report creation time Increase end user adoption Seamless Publishing via SharePoint
    Easily publish predefined queries, reports and charts independently of IT Sync updates with published content objectsTake advantage of SharePoint-integrated mode
    Reuse predefined queries, data and report subcomponentsUse reports as data sources for desktop analytics
  • EmpowerYour Users
    Providing Rich Visualizations
    Rich Visualization of Geospatial Data
    Get more value out of BI by “mashing up” business information with geographic representation.
    Geospatial visualizations
    in Report Builder 3.0:
    Mapping, Routing, Custom Shapes, …
    Support for SQL Spatial
    Integration with Bing Maps
    Excel Services & PowerPivot
  • Excel Services & PowerPivot
    Visio Services
    PerformancePoint
    Reporting Services
    demo
  • Summary
    EmpowerYour Users
    Common Issues Codeplex
    Business Intelligence (BI) Primer
    BI Tools in SharePoint 2010
    Excel Services
    PowerPivot
    Visio Services
    PerformancePoint Services
    Reporting Services
    Putting it all Together with Dashboards
  • Who can you trust??
    Maurice Prather http://www.bluedoglimited.com/default.aspx
    Andrew Connell http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog
    Spence Harbarhttp://www.harbar.net
    Heather Solomon http://www.heathersolomon.com/blog
    Todd Klindthttp://www.toddklindt.com/default.aspx
    Todd Baginskihttp://www.toddbaginski.com/blog
    Todd Bleeker http://bit.ly/edlSm5Jan Tielenshttp://weblogs.asp.net/jan
    Patrick Tisseghemhttp://www.u2u.info/Blogs/Patrick/default.aspx
    WictorWilenhttp://www.wictorwilen.se
    Ted Patissonhttp://blog.tedpattison.net/default.aspx
    Lars Fastruphttp://www.fastrup.net
    CarstenKeutmannhttp://keutmann.blogspot.com
    Keith Richie http://blog.krichie.com
    Bill Baer http://blogs.technet.com/b/wbaer
    Sahil Malikhttp://blah.winsmarts.com
    BilSimserhttp://weblogs.asp.net/bsimser
  • Codeplex – with Source Code
    http://cksdev.codeplex.com
    http://startermasterpages.codeplex.com
    http://spm.codeplex.com
    http://autospinstaller.codeplex.com
    http://spsf.codeplex.com
    http://ssisctc.codeplex.com
    http://mediabi.codeplex.com
    http://spviewpermission.codeplex.com
    http://bidshelper.codeplex.com
    http://almspecialisttoolkit.codeplex.com
    http://msftdbprodsamples.codeplex.com
  • SharePoint 2010 Guidance
  • CKS DEV VSIX Extensions
    20
  • SPSF – SharePoint Software Factory
  • Don’t Forget
    SharePint!!
    Sponsored By…..
    Join us at 6:00 pm at BJs Brewhousefor a free drink, kindly provided by Rackspace! A great opportunity to network with other SharePoint Professionals!
    Don’t forget to fill out your bingo cards and surveys to be eligible for GREAT end of day raffles!
  • Thanks to Our Sponsors