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A Singleton's Guide to Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2010

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  • SharePoint On Premise or In the Cloud?
    A Simpleton’s Guide to Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2010KMA Insights Webinar SeriesJuly 28, 2010
  • Housekeeping Items
    Experiencing Issues?
    Change color of your seat to RED
    Questions for Speakers?
    Submit questions during webinar
    Twitter Discussion
    Webinar Feedback
    Next Steps/Moving Forward
    • Full-service IT consulting firm established in 1995
    • 22 employees: Partner, PM, Analyst, Developer, QA
    • Industry expertise and focus: Professional Services, Life Sciences & Financial Services
    • Microsoft technology focus:
    • Microsoft Certified Partner since 1995 / Microsoft Gold Certified Partner since 2004
    • Working with SharePoint technologies since 2001
    • Specialties in
    • Collaboration: Portals, Communities and Content Management
    • Insight: Enterprise Search and Business Intelligence
    • Productivity: Forms and Office Client Customization, Mekko Graphics (ISV)
  • About Today’s Presenter
    Chris McNulty
    Working with SharePoint technologies since 2000/2001
    20 years consulting and financial services technology (Santander, John Hancock, GMO, State Street)
    KMA’s SharePoint practice lead
    Microsoft MCSE/MCTS/MSA/MVTS
    BC MBA in Investment Management
  • Agenda
    Terms & History
    Technology Overview and Demos
    Simple List and Chart
    Excel Web Access
    Power Pivot
    Business Connectivity Services (BCS)
    SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    Performance Point 2010
  • Future Presentations (Not In Scope)
    Analysis Services Cube Build
    SQL Server Integration Services (DTS)
    AS-based Dashboard Designer and Reports
    Project Dallas
    Custom Development
  • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 … the bright frontier
  • Goals for BI Design
    Answering the known questions about our business
    Allowing users to self-discover patterns and answers to questions we haven’t yet been asked
    Poll: Your Goals
  • Terms
    SSRS – SQL Server Reporting Services
    Cube – a prebuilt matrix of data aggregations, hosted in SQL Server Analysis Services
    WCF – Windows Communications Framework
    Project Dallas – Microsoft initiative to create publicly subscribed data services hosted on Azure and accessed via WCF, PowerPivot, etc. (http://www.sqlazureservices.com)
  • SharePoint BI Evolution
  • SharePoint Charting
    Native to SharePoint (Web Part)
    Code-free solution – uses web part and native lists
  • SharePoint Charting
    Data sources
    Other Lists (Site Collection)
    BCS/Business Data Catalog
    Excel Services
    Standard Types
    Bar, Area, Line, Bubble, Financial, Pie, Radar, Polar, Gantt, Range, Error Bar, Box Plot, Funnel, Pyramid
    Typical use - quick visualization of SharePoint data
  • Excel Services
    Use the world’s #1 BI modeling tool
    Render data, charts, interface using native Excel components (e.g. Slicers)
    Data stored in Excel
  • Excel Services
    Host a presentation layer using Excel Services
    Closely related to Excel Web Access
    Use native SharePoint Status Indicators (KPIs)
    Can also work with lists
    Render Excel 2010 functions (e.g. Slicers) without Excel 2010 on all clients
    Use when users are skilled in Excel modeling and charting and data lives in spreadsheets
  • PowerPivot
    “Project Gemini” – host 1-10MM row datasets
    Excel and SharePoint components
    Data doesn’t live in spreadsheet
    Released with SQL Server 2008 R2 but doesn’t explicitly require the R2 Engine
  • PowerPivot
    Like Excel Web Access except underlying data can be sourced from:
    SQL, Analysis Services Cube, SSRS Report
    Power Pivot/Excel
    Data Feeds (XML, Atom, Azure, WCF OData, Dallas)
    Oracle, Teradata, Sybase, DB2
    Text files
    Excel optimized to handle data management and memory cache locally
    SharePoint builds cache and optimizes for server web access
    Use when Excel modeling skills are high but data is too large or too heterogeneous to keep in multiple Excel spreadsheets
  • Business Connectivity Services
    Read write access to external data sources in SP2010 (aka Business Data Connectivity)
    Pull data into SharePoint user interface
    Push data into external sources
  • Business Connectivity Services
    Native Support for data from SQL, .NET, Windows Communication Frameworks (e.g. Dallas)
    Configured through SharePoint Designer 2010
    Republish data to consuming applications (e.g. Outlook 2010)
    Use when key data lives outside SharePoint direct control – e.g. accounting systems
  • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    “Code free” but requires development tools
    Designed using Business Intelligence Developer Studio
    Host in SQL Server or SharePoint
  • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    Reports run and render in SSRS Engine
    Deploy reports to “native” SQL server or SharePoint integrated mode
    Reuse in SharePoint and Dashboard interface
    Export contents to Excel, Word, etc.
    Use when some reports are printed, multipage, etc.
  • PerformancePoint 2010
    Dashboard Designer (browser downloadable)
    Integrates Excel Services, SSRS, and Performance Point Elements
  • PerformancePoint 2010
    Sophisticated self service modeling
    Decomposition Tree
    Ideal for SSAS but also work with standard data sources (lists, SQL)
    Requires true SQL development to build and maintain SSAS cubes for KPIs and scorecards
  • Summary
  • Resources: How KMA Can Help
    • Online content, blogs, articles available through www.kma-llc.net
    • Monthly live seminars/webinars, recent topics at http://www.slideshare.net/kmallc
    • One-to-one discussions with you about your unique business problem
    • SharePoint Saturday NY – July 31, 2010 (Managed Metadata)
    • KMA August Webinar – August 18, 2010 – NEW & Enhanced Enterprise Search Options
    • SharePoint Saturday Boston -- September 25, 2010
    • SPTechCon Boston – October 20-22, 2010
    • SharePoint Health Check - fixed price engagement
    • SharePoint 2010 Readiness - fixed price engagement
    • SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS)
    • [Microsoft Office] Business Value Planning Services (BVPS)
    Poll at end of today’s presentation
  • Resources: To Learn More
    • From Microsoft:
    • Business Intelligence: http://www.microsoft.com/bi/
    • SharePoint 2010 site: http://sharepoint2010.microsoft.com
    • SharePoint Team Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/default.aspx
    • BI Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bi/
    • From KMA:
    • Monthly webinars on SharePoint 2010 (EPM, upgrades, etc.)
    • Web: www.kma-llc.net (now powered by SharePoint!) with white papers, blogs, archived presentations, news, and events
    • SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS), now available for 2010 planning
  • Thank you…
    Contact Details
    Email cmcnulty[at]kma-llc[dot]net
    Blog http://blogs.kma-llc.net/microknowledge
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/cmcnulty2000