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SQL Server 2012
News in Business Intelligence

Diego Nogare
nogare@outlook.com
@DiegoNogare
www.diegonogare.net
Agenda
 BISM
 PowerPivot
 PowerView
BISM
Tabular Project Development
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A tabular model can be developed using the Tabular Project template in
SQL Server Data Tool...
Tabular Project Development
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Diagram view
Calculation area
Active/inactive relationships
Marking date tab...
Demo
Importing Excel to BISM
POWERPIVOT ENHANCEMENTS
 PowerPivot in SQL Server 2012 builds upon the SQL
Server 2008 R2 feature set
 There are a new c...
POWERPIVOT FOR EXCEL ADD-IN
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Includes the same designer and the same features available to the IT
Professional in the Ta...
Demo
Be fast in Power Pivot with large volume of
data
POWER VIEW
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Users create a new Power View report (.rdlx) from:
 A BISM Connection File (.bism)
 A PowerPivot workbook ...
POWER VIEW
 The design experience consists of:
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Ribbon
Canvas
Filter area
Field List
Layout selection

 The re...
POWER VIEW
 Visualizations include:
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Matrices
Charts
Cards
Tiles
Scatter and bubble charts
Demo
Power View in Excel + Sharepoint
Extra Demo
ColumnStore Index
Thanks
nogare@outlook.com
@DiegoNogare
www.diegonogare.net
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Palestra realizada no SQL Saturday 147, abordando o assunto Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012.

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SQLSat147 - Novidades de BI para SQL Server 2012

  1. 1. SQL Server 2012 News in Business Intelligence Diego Nogare nogare@outlook.com @DiegoNogare www.diegonogare.net
  2. 2. Agenda  BISM  PowerPivot  PowerView
  3. 3. BISM
  4. 4. Tabular Project Development  A tabular model can be developed using the Tabular Project template in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)  The model designer requires connectivity to an SSAS instance in tabular mode  The project is deployed to an SSAS instance in tabular mode, and results in the creation of a database  Excel via an ODC file is the analyzing/testing environment  The code base used by the model designer is the same used by the PowerPivot Window  New tabular design features have been added to both designers in the SQL Server 2012 release
  5. 5. Tabular Project Development         Diagram view Calculation area Active/inactive relationships Marking date tables and columns Sorting a column by a different column Multi-level hierarchies Binary columns (useful for images) DistinctCount measure aggregation • Column and measure format properties • Table, column and measure descriptions • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) • Perspectives • Reporting properties • Table partitions • Security roles, including row-level security • In-Memory (cached) and DirectQuery (passthrough) query modes
  6. 6. Demo Importing Excel to BISM
  7. 7. POWERPIVOT ENHANCEMENTS  PowerPivot in SQL Server 2012 builds upon the SQL Server 2008 R2 feature set  There are a new capabilities and features for both addins:  PowerPivot for Excel Add-in  PowerPivot for SharePoint Add-in
  8. 8. POWERPIVOT FOR EXCEL ADD-IN  Includes the same designer and the same features available to the IT Professional in the Tabular Project, except:      Table partitions Roles DirectQuery query mode Source control integration Supported features not available in the Tabular Project include:  Linked tables (from the Excel workbook)  Implicit measures (defined using the PowerPivot Field List)  Note it is possible to restore a PowerPivot workbook directly on an SSAS instance in tabular mode, and then create and manage table partitions and roles, or configure the query mode
  9. 9. Demo Be fast in Power Pivot with large volume of data
  10. 10. POWER VIEW  Users create a new Power View report (.rdlx) from:  A BISM Connection File (.bism)  A PowerPivot workbook (.xlsx) in the PowerPivot Gallery (in Gallery view)  An SSRS shared data source (.rsds) based on a tabular BI Semantic Model   Reports can consist of multiple views and each view can be filtered Reports may be:  Printed  Saved to SharePoint libraries  Exported to PowerPoint   Clicking the report will open it in Preview mode If the user has permission, they can switch to Edit mode
  11. 11. POWER VIEW  The design experience consists of:      Ribbon Canvas Filter area Field List Layout selection  The report may be viewed in Preview or Full Screen mode  Visualizations can be added to the canvas and then configured using the Layout Selection
  12. 12. POWER VIEW  Visualizations include:      Matrices Charts Cards Tiles Scatter and bubble charts
  13. 13. Demo Power View in Excel + Sharepoint
  14. 14. Extra Demo ColumnStore Index
  15. 15. Thanks nogare@outlook.com @DiegoNogare www.diegonogare.net

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