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SharePoint 2010: Insights into BI

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Heartland SharePoint Users Group - December 8, 2009

Heartland SharePoint Users Group - December 8, 2009

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  • You will become Kerberos educated….not a Kerberos expert
  • Viewing, manipulating, performing analysis on intelligence or for creating reports
  • 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 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 ProClarity is still undetermined
  • 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: Insights into BI 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. About Me
      • Consultant with Horizons Consulting. We consult on SharePoint, Exchange and OCS in the Midwest
      • Working in IT for over 13 years
      • SharePoint Consultant for two years
      • Live in St. Louis
      • Avid movie watcher and love home theater stuff
      SharePoint
    • 3. What is BI?
      • Any information that pertains to the history, current status or future projections of a business organization
      • Systems that provide directed background data and reporting tools to support and improve the decision-making process
      SharePoint
    • 4. Using Business Intelligence to… SharePoint
    • 5. SharePoint Scorecards Slide decks Meetings Analytic applications Presentations Financial reports Dashboards Webcasts Charts and graphs Internet Project plans Documents Spreadsheets Intranet Blogs Portals RSS feeds Business books Television reports Magazines Newspapers IM/chat Email Relevant Information is Everywhere
    • 6. Excel and PowerPivot SharePoint
    • 7. Excel
      • End User Analysis Tool of Choice
      • End User BI Begins Here
      • Viewing, manipulating, performing analysis on intelligence or for creating reports
      • Used for:
        • Browser-based access to server-calculated version of spreadsheet
        • Interacting with analytic models from multiple sources
      SharePoint
    • 8. Excel
      • What‘s New
        • Multi-user editing
        • Slicers
        • New Development Support
      SharePoint
    • 9. 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
    • 10. Demo
    • 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. Consolidate Data to Make Decisions
    • 24.  
    • 25. BI Data Flow Whiteboard Discussion SharePoint
    • 26. Q & A