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SharePoint 2010: Business Insights

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SharePoint Roadshow: Springfield - December 16, 2009

SharePoint Roadshow: Springfield - December 16, 2009

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  • We are going to be focusing on the Gather and Present portions of this cycle Analyze-remember to discuss targets
  • SSIS can gather data from disparate sources
  • Development Support Extending calculation and data-import capabilities via UDF REST API JSOM or ECMAScript (JScript or JavaScript object model)
  • In-memory data store for Analysis Services Multiple data sources including databases, worksheets, reports, and data feeds. Can be published and refreshed within SharePoint
  • Excel Services is an SP2010 Service Application Real-time, interactive reporting to include parameterized what-if analysis Distribution of all or part of a workbook for analysis
  • PerformancePoint is a Service Application in SharePoint 2010 Authored in Dashboard Designer Data can come from Analysis Services, SQL Databases, SharePoint Lists, and Excel Services ProClarity is still undetermined
  • New Feature: Decomposition Tree – New Report Type, enables you to quickly and visually break down higher-level data values from multi-dimensional data sets, helps you understand the driving forces behind those values
  • Part of SQL Server Authored through BIDS or Report Builder Suitable when report requirements are well established and customers are not always familiar with the underlying data set.
  • Local mode report viewing in AJAX enabled Report Viewer
  • SharePoint 2010 becomes the center of everything BI
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    • 1. SharePoint 2010: Business Insights Presented by: JD Wade, SharePoint Consultant, MCTS Mail: jd.wade@hrizns.com Blog: http://wadingthrough.com LinkedIn: JD Wade Twitter: http://twitter.com/JDWade
    • 2. Agenda
        • Where’s the Data?
        • Presenting Data Using MS BI Tools
        • Strategy for MS BI Tools Use
        • Platform Architecture
      SharePoint
    • 3. SharePoint
    • 4. SharePoint
    • 5. SharePoint Gathering Data
    • 6. SharePoint Gathering Data SSIS ETL SSDS SSAS
    • 7. Excel and PowerPivot SharePoint
    • 8. Excel
      • End User Analysis Tool of Choice
      • End User BI Begins Here
      • Viewing, manipulating, performing analysis on intelligence or for creating reports
      • Used for:
        • Analysis, filtering and presentation of locally stored data
        • Interacting with analytic models from multiple sources
      SharePoint
    • 9. Excel
      • What‘s New
        • Multi-user editing
        • Slicers
        • New Development Support
      SharePoint
    • 10. PowerPivot
      • Extension to Excel that adds support for large-scale data
      • Codename was Gemini
      • Used to:
        • Explore and perform calculations on large data sets for ad-hoc reports and analysis
      SharePoint
    • 11. Excel Services SharePoint
    • 12. Excel Services
      • Server-side browser rendering of Excel spreadsheets
      • Used for:
        • Sharing Excel content across the organization while maintaining publishing control
        • Generate a model to be broadly used (ex: mortgage calculator)
        • Protect the intellectual property (formulas, etc.) contained within the spreadsheet
      SharePoint
    • 13. Excel Services
      • What’s New
        • Support for more Excel functionality
        • Interactive Pivot Tables
        • Default Trusted Locations
        • Delegate Service Application
        • PowerShell
      SharePoint
    • 14. Visio Services SharePoint
    • 15. Visio Services
      • Server-side browser rendering of Visio diagrams
      • Used to:
        • Build a visual representation of your business structures that are bound to data
        • Represent processes, systems, and resources
      SharePoint
    • 16. PerformancePoint SharePoint
    • 17. PerformancePoint
      • Performance management service with tools to monitor and analyze business data.
      • IT easy-to-use tools for building dashboards, scorecards, and KPIs
      • Used for:
        • Creating dashboard, scorecards, and KPIs
        • Providing drill-down analysis
      SharePoint
    • 18. PerformancePoint
      • What’s New
        • Decomposition Tree
        • Improved scorecards
        • Time Intelligence filtering improved
        • Connectable web parts
        • KPI Details report
        • Enhanced analytic reports
      SharePoint
    • 19. Reporting Services SharePoint
    • 20. Reporting Services
      • Reports, Reports, Reports
      • Can be published to SharePoint
      • Used to:
        • Deliver reports that publish at regular intervals and on-demand
        • Deliver reports with well established requirements
      SharePoint
    • 21. Reporting Services
      • What’s New (R2)
        • Can install add-in before SharePoint 2010 & one step integration
        • Local Mode Report Viewing
        • SSRS is reporting engine for Access Services reporting
        • Native support for Reporting on SharePoint Lists
        • Performance improvements
        • ULS Logging
      SharePoint
    • 22. Microsoft’s 2010 Insights Strategy
    • 23.  
    • 24. Q & A Presented by: JD Wade, SharePoint Consultant, MCTS Mail: jd.wade@hrizns.com Blog: http://wadingthrough.com LinkedIn: JD Wade Twitter: http://twitter.com/JDWade