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  • This chart, taken from the TDWI Next Generation Data Warehouse Platforms report, shows data warehouse features and techniques plotted for delta (growth) and plan to use (commitment).As you’ll see in the rest of this presentation, Microsoft’s strategy for data warehousing aligns extremely well with the features and techniques that have broadcommitment and good growth. The ticks show specific technology areas Microsoft is strategically investing in.
  • Introduction to Microsoft DW solutions training in resources
  • Changed slide with animation
  • The Fast Track Data Warehouse reduces time, cost, and unknowns of selecting and configuring hardware for SQL Server data warehouses based on HP’s success in SQL Server deployments. In fact, HP is the #1 platform for SQL Server Fast Track deployments.The reference architecture supports a continuum of performance and scalability, up to 48 TB,at industry leading price/performance. These pre-integrated, pre-optimized solutions eliminate the need for second-touch customization at a configuration center for faster deployment and lower costs.Components include:2-8P HP servers, either HP ProLiant DL38x, DL58x, or DL785 serversHP Storage Works P2000 MSA storageHP networkingMicrosoft SQL Server Enterprise EditionWe will soon be introducing a new “entry-level” configuration that dramatically simplifies deployment of small data warehouses on a cost-effective, compact form factor for lower TCO.And the entire solution is surrounded with expert installation and support services from HP and Microsoft to provide a seamless experience and low-risk installation and operation.
  • Problems illustrated in the detail rows include a link to the Alerts page.
  • Your customization selections persist until you log out (or close) the Admin Console session.
  • Displays a very animated view of PDW activity.Silverlight is required
  • Point of the Slide: Here is the solution, show some detail on how we think of the BI architecture in 3 main layers. Point out that self-service analysis takes place in Office and SharePoint, but the Business Intelligence Platform is there to take popular user-generated solutions and convert them into full organizational solutions.Prove that our better together (Microsoft BI) story is real! Flow of the Slide: A trusted BI platform is critical for a business intelligence solution to work today. If we’re going to achieve the promise of BI, we need to have the confidence and trust in the data, we need to know where it came from, and that it is both timely and reliable for us to use to make a decision. That’s where the power of an integrated BI platform like SQL Server comes into play.Once you have the data ready to use, the middle tier comes into play, where business users actually interact with the data and turn it into something that is useful to them to make the right decision. The numbers that we pull from other systems are just that—we need applications and content to turn them into actionable items—and that’s where the middle tier comes into play. Finally, we need the right tools and applications to ensure that we can use that data in the way we want to in order to make our decisions. Applications and tools that range from personal, to team, to organizational and corporate tools, all with a familiar look and feel, all integrated and working with my Operating system, email, Internet search function. And this is what the power of integration through Microsoft Office brings you. From the Office productivity tools like Excel, through to the team and collaboration tools of SharePoint. By integrating BI seamlessly into a broader business productivity suite that includes search, collaboration, unified communications, and content management, we offer the end user a much richer experience.
  • Point of the Slide: Here is the solution, show some detail on how we think of the BI architecture in 3 main layers. Point out that self-service analysis takes place in Office and SharePoint, but the Business Intelligence Platform is there to take popular user-generated solutions and convert them into full organizational solutions.Prove that our better together (Microsoft BI) story is real! Flow of the Slide: A trusted BI platform is critical for a business intelligence solution to work today. If we’re going to achieve the promise of BI, we need to have the confidence and trust in the data, we need to know where it came from, and that it is both timely and reliable for us to use to make a decision. That’s where the power of an integrated BI platform like SQL Server comes into play.Once you have the data ready to use, the middle tier comes into play, where business users actually interact with the data and turn it into something that is useful to them to make the right decision. The numbers that we pull from other systems are just that—we need applications and content to turn them into actionable items—and that’s where the middle tier comes into play. Finally, we need the right tools and applications to ensure that we can use that data in the way we want to in order to make our decisions. Applications and tools that range from personal, to team, to organizational and corporate tools, all with a familiar look and feel, all integrated and working with my Operating system, email, Internet search function. And this is what the power of integration through Microsoft Office brings you. From the Office productivity tools like Excel, through to the team and collaboration tools of SharePoint. By integrating BI seamlessly into a broader business productivity suite that includes search, collaboration, unified communications, and content management, we offer the end user a much richer experience.
  • Point of the Slide: Here is the solution, show some detail on how we think of the BI architecture in 3 main layers. Point out that self-service analysis takes place in Office and SharePoint, but the Business Intelligence Platform is there to take popular user-generated solutions and convert them into full organizational solutions.Prove that our better together (Microsoft BI) story is real! Flow of the Slide: A trusted BI platform is critical for a business intelligence solution to work today. If we’re going to achieve the promise of BI, we need to have the confidence and trust in the data, we need to know where it came from, and that it is both timely and reliable for us to use to make a decision. That’s where the power of an integrated BI platform like SQL Server comes into play.Once you have the data ready to use, the middle tier comes into play, where business users actually interact with the data and turn it into something that is useful to them to make the right decision. The numbers that we pull from other systems are just that—we need applications and content to turn them into actionable items—and that’s where the middle tier comes into play. Finally, we need the right tools and applications to ensure that we can use that data in the way we want to in order to make our decisions. Applications and tools that range from personal, to team, to organizational and corporate tools, all with a familiar look and feel, all integrated and working with my Operating system, email, Internet search function. And this is what the power of integration through Microsoft Office brings you. From the Office productivity tools like Excel, through to the team and collaboration tools of SharePoint. By integrating BI seamlessly into a broader business productivity suite that includes search, collaboration, unified communications, and content management, we offer the end user a much richer experience.
  • Point of slide: To introduce PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint.Script:The revolutionary PowerPivot technology includes both an Excel add-in and server-based technology that integrates with SharePoint. This allows your users to quickly manipulate very large data sets and share analysis with co-workers—with little or no IT assistance. PowerPivot supports the unmatched analytical power and ease-of-use of Excel while allowing users to connect to any data source—databases, reports, data feeds, Web pages, Excel files, and more. After performing analysis, you can publish it to SharePoint 2010, further enabling collaboration with others. These capabilities provide a single version of truth for all users. IT also benefits from the managed self-service capabilities within PowerPivot. IT can now create reports using SQL Server Reporting Services R2 and SharePoint 2010 andtrack the usage of PowerPivot applications and discover mission-critical Excel applications. Conclusion: PowerPivot is the key to managed self-service BI and empowering end users. PowerPivotenables seamless and secure sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions, while helping IT organizations increase efficiency through the PowerPivot Management Dashboard.
  • Here is the product specs, HW and SW configuration for your reference. I will not spend time on this. You can read the deck later.
  • The Microsoft vision is to make SQL Server the fastest, simplest and most affordable database management system for data warehouse customers of all sizes. In 2008, Microsoft acquired DATAllegro and its MPP appliance that is now Parallel Data Warehouse. Its shared nothing architecture delivers enterprise-class performance and scales for the most demanding data warehouses. Microsoft investments in complementary technologies will significantly improve data warehouse performance and scalability. Microsoft aims to simplify IT for customers through innovation. Since its inception, SQL Server has proudly followed this tradition by simplifying the creation and deployment of databases. Microsoft is committed to building the most easily managed data warehouses through manageability improvements in the software and continuous investment in Reference Architectures and data warehouse appliances. Future appliances from Microsoft will dramatically simplify the deployment and management of a broader range data warehouses. Microsoft is committed to offering the lowest cost solutions for data warehouse customers of any size and achieves this through:The most competitive pricing across its data warehouse offerings (Fast Track Data Warehouse starts at under $11,000 per terabyte; Parallel Data Warehouse starts at under $20,000 per terabyte). Providing a complete Enterprise Data Warehouse and BI toolkit, including SQL Server Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Master Data Services, PowerPivot, and StreamInsight (in the R2 release, customers get all of these tools with the database at no extra cost).Hardware choice with a wide range of hardware platforms that helps customers avoid vendor lock-in and reduce their hardware acquisition and maintenance costs.The use of industry-standard hardware instead of proprietary components.
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