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Microsoft SharePoint Server is a collaboration platform that in its Business Intelligence (BI) part relies on Microsoft SQL Server platform from where both the Power View, a tool for visual data analysis, and PowerPivot, a tool for data modeling originate. This session shows how to create a PowerPivot data model in Excel 2013, and how to analyze that model in Power View installed as a part of SharePoint 2013 BI platform.

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  • 1. PowerPivot, Power View andSharePoint 2013 ServerTOMISLAV PIASEVOLI, PIASEVOLI ANALYTICS LTDSHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012
  • 2. sponsors
  • 3. Tomislav Piasevoli• Business Intelligence (BI) Specialist • 10 years of experience - Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)• Book author: „MDX with SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services: Cookbook„, Packt Publishing Ltd., 2011.• Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for SQL Server since 2009.
  • 4. Abstract• Microsoft SharePoint Server • Business Intelligence (BI) part relies on Microsoft SQL Server platform • Power View, a tool for visual data analysis • PowerPivot, a tool for data modeling• This session shows how to: • create a PowerPivot data model in Excel 2013 • analyze that model in Power View • installed as a part of SharePoint 2013 BI platform
  • 5. Contents• Introduction• Demo - PowerPivot• Demo - Power View• Summary
  • 6. Introduction• Microsoft BI at a glance• What is PowerPivot• What is Power View• The idea behind
  • 7. Microsoft BILink: Microsoft BI at a glance
  • 8. Microsoft BI at a glance – 1) Data &Models
  • 9. Microsoft BI at a glance – 2) Presentation
  • 10. Microsoft BI at a glance – 3) Clients
  • 11. PowerPivot• analytical engine for self-service and team BI• extracted from SQL Server Analysis Services • to work as part of Excel or SharePoint• comes in two flavors: • Excel (self-service BI) • part of Excel 2013 • add-in for Excel 2010 • SharePoint add-in (team BI) • installed using SQL Server 2012 (+ SP1) for SharePoint 2013 • installed using SQL Server 2008 R2 for SharePoint 2010
  • 12. Power View• a tool for creating highly interactive, presentation-ready reports• intuitive data exploration• encourages ad-hoc reporting• comes in two flavors: • Excel (self-service BI) • part of Excel 2013 • Excel 2010 or previous don’t have it • SharePoint add-in (team BI) • installed using SQL Server 2012 (+ SP1) for SharePoint 2013 • installed using SQL Server 2008 R2 for SharePoint 2010
  • 13. The idea behind• SCENARIO 1 – Self-service BI • create a PowerPivot data model in Excel 2013 • analyze the data in Excel 2013 using Excel Pivot Tables and Power View • refresh the data on demand • enhance the data model as you go • save the model, data analysis and visualization in the same file
  • 14. The idea behind• SCENARIO 2 – Team BI • create a PowerPivot data model in Excel 2013 • publish the data model to SharePoint 2013 and create connections to it • analyze the model using: • Excel Services and/or Power View on SharePoint • Excel (Pivot Tables and/or PowerView) • enhance the model locally, then publish again (be careful – dependency) • collaborate • data refresh is scheduled on a periodical basis • maintenained by SharePoint
  • 15. The idea behind• SCENARIO 3– Enterprise BI • move the once created PowerPivot data model in Excel 2013 to SQL Server Analysis Services as a Tabular model • create a connection for it in SharePoint 2013 • analyze the model using: • Excel Services and/or Power View on SharePoint • Excel (Pivot Tables and/or PowerView) • model is enhanced on a server (SQL Server) by IT • collaborate • data refresh with even finer grain (less than a day) • support and maintenance by IT department or 3rd party
  • 16. DEMO – POWERPIVOT IN EXCEL 2013
  • 17. DEMO – POWER VIEW IN SHAREPOINT 2013
  • 18. Summary• SharePoint as the platform for Microsoft BI• Easy to start with: • PowerPivot for data modeling • Pover View for visual data exploration • Excel and Excel Services for data analysis• Later: • SQL Server 2012 and/or PowerPivot • Excel, Excel Services, Power View, Reports, Dashboards, ...• Models are upgradeable (PowerPivot -> SQL Server)
  • 19. References• „Visualizing Data with Microsoft Power View” by Brian Larson, Mark Davis, Dan English, Paul Purington; May 2012, McGraw- Hill Osborne Media• „Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning” by Marco Russo and Alberto Ferrari; October 2010, Microsoft Press• „Applied Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services: Tabular Modeling” by Teo Lachev; February 2012, Prologika Press
  • 20. questions?HTTP://TOMISLAV.PIASEVOLI.COM@TPIASEVOLI
  • 21. thank you.SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012