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Microsoft Power BI Overview

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The presentation discusses the different aspects of Power BI like Power BI for O365, Data Discovery, Data Analysis, Data Visualization & Power Maps, Natural Language Search etc.

Its a business analytics solution presented by Netwoven at the Microsoft Power BI workshop held on Oct 30th at SVC Microsoft, Mountain View.

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Microsoft Power BI Overview

  1. 1. Microsoft Power BI for O365
  2. 2. 2 Next hour.. oPower BI for O365 oData Discovery oData Analysis oData Visualization & Power Maps oNatural Language Search (Q&A) oPower BI Site oData Management oSelf Service in Power BI
  3. 3. Microsoft Power BI for Office 365Self-service BI with the familiarity of Office and the power of the cloud1 in 4 enterprise customers on Office 365One billion Office users Analyze Visualize Share Find Q&A Mobile Discover Scalable | Manageable | Trusted Power BI is a hybrid solution which is partially implemented on-premises and partially in the cloud via Office 365.
  4. 4. Key Components of Power BI –On Premise 4 Power Pivot Search organizational and Public (Cloud) data Import, merge, shape and cleanse Data Manage Shared Queries and Certify Queries Power View Discover Power Query Map Power Map Analyze Visualize Create in-memory data model Create hierarchies and KPI’s Create derived fields and calculations Analyze, visualize and display data Interactive data visualization tool Delivers intuitive ad- hoc reporting for business users Create maps and tours of data Enables story telling using 3-D data Uses “Bing Map Service” Free Excel 2013 Plug-ins | Office Pro Plus | Office Professional Plus
  5. 5. Key Components of Power BI –O365 Cloud 5 Q & A View, Analyze and explore data & reports Share Workbooks and Collaborate Quick Edits in EWA or open in Excel Data Catalog Power BI Site Data Management Gateway Bing like Search across Power BI Workbooks Natural Language Queries System generated data visualization Metadata for facilitated search functionality Manage Shared Queries and Certify Queries Users can easily discover and reuse queries Data Refresh to On- Premsources Schedule periodic data refreshes Expose tables and views as OdataFeed to external consumers Cloud Service | Subscription Based | Collaborative Self Service BI Q&A
  6. 6. Additional Functionalities in O365 Cloud 6 Use the Power BI Site to share workbooks with coworkers Perform Q&A searches on the workbooks Schedule automatic data refresh Utilize shared Power Queries (Enterprise Data Search) Utilize certified Power Queries (Data Stewardship) Open up corporate data sources via an OData feed (Enterprise Data Search) Mobile BI App
  7. 7. Power BI Workflow 7 Excel Data Model / Power Pivot Data Storage Reports Excel Workbook Publish Workbook Power BI Admin Center Power BI App Text Database Web file O365 (Cloud) Data Refresh for On PremSources Corporate Data Refresh
  8. 8. 8 Self Service BI using Power BI
  9. 9. Data Discovery
  10. 10. Powerful self-service BI with Excel 2013
  11. 11. Why Power Query ? Enable self-service data discovery, query, transformation and mashup experiences Discovery and connectivity to a wide range of data sources, spanning volume as well as variety of data. Highly interactive and intuitive experience for rapidly and iteratively building queries over any data source, any size. Consistencyof experience, and parity of query capabilities over all data sources. Joinsacross different data sources; ability to create custom views over data that can then be shared with team/department.
  12. 12. Data Shaping and Manipulation •Configure Data Types •Rename and remove columns •Insert Custom Columns •Split Columns (i.e. convert delimited text to columns) •Sort, Group, merge columns •Un-pivot Columns •Filter Data •Replace Value •Keep top ‘N’ rows or specific range of rows •Remove Duplicates Search data, many sources, many transformations, Extensible by code (M language) Share to Power BI by data catalog
  13. 13. Data sources Windows Azure Marketplace Windows Active Directory Azure SQL Database Azure HDInsight
  14. 14. Key Featured Highlights in Power Query 14 Repeatable Steps Shared Queries oSee the state of the data before and after each step was applied oRepeatable steps are repeatable for the same set of data oSharing of Queries with other users in the organization oSearch for "Organization" data to discover a shared Power Query
  15. 15. Data Analysis
  16. 16. Powerful self-service BI with Excel 2013
  17. 17. Introducing PowerPivot •PowerPivot empowers business users to create self- service BI data models in Excel ‐Achieved with a client-side version of SQL Server Analysis Services, known as the In-Memory Analytics Engine ‐Columnar Storage: Can efficiently store data volumes far greater than what Excel worksheets can achieve ‐Data is highly compressed and stored ‐Queries are very fast •Can import and relate data from corporate, local, and ad hoc data stores •In Excel 2013 Professional Plus edition, PowerPivot is installed, but not enabled
  18. 18. Power Query v/s Power Pivot 18
  19. 19. DataSources Power Query Power Pivot Access X X Active Directory X Analysis Services X Date Feed X X Excel X X Facebook X File Folder X Hadoop File X OdataFeed X X Relational Databases X X SharePoint List X SQL Azure DB X X SQL Server X X Text File X X Web X Windows Azure HD Insight X Windows Azure Marketplace X X XML X Power Query v/s Power Pivot –Data Sources
  20. 20. What is DAX ? 20 DAX (Data Analysis Expression) is a new calculation for Power Pivot It is a multi dimensional calculation language intended to: Make it easy to perform common calculations Make it easy for excel power users, hence Excel based syntax DAX expressions are designed to be limited as single line of code Need to understand the data logic built in power pivot data models Likely to be extended in the future versions of SSAS
  21. 21. Types of Calculations in Power Pivot 21 Calculated Columns CalculatedFields (Measures) New Calculationin table which performs calculations on a “row by row” basis (row context) Example: = ‘Employee’[Fname] & “ “ & ‘Employee’[Lname] New measure in a table which calculatesan aggregated numeric value (not on "rowby row” basis –filter context) Example: =TOTALMTD ([SalesUnits], ‘Date’[Datekey]) Created in Power Pivot Modelson the columns Created in Power PivotModel in the “Calculation area” or in the Power Pivot ribbon menu in excel window Two type of Calculated Fields a)Explicit : Defined by the data modeler using DAX b) Implicit: Uses the “Summarize by” behavior specified in the data model An Explicit Field canbe further used to define a KPI in the data model
  22. 22. Data Visualization
  23. 23. Powerful self-service BI with Excel 2013
  24. 24. Introducing Power View •Power View is an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience ‐Highly visual design experience ‐Rich meta-driven interactivity ‐Presentation-ready at all times •It delivers intuitive ad-hoc reporting for business users •Reports can be based on tabular data models, including PowerPivot data models •It is now also available in Excel 2013, and with new features:
  25. 25. Bar and column charts are good for showing measurable values in a quick an direct way Pie Chart Pie charts are preferable when the user would like to see the percentage of a measurable value in different categories Line Chart Line charts are good for showing how a value changed over time Play Axis (scatter chart) Play axis charts are good when you are trying to show the relationship between two measurable values( e.g. profit and cost) ,that may or may not be linearly related, over time. Maps Maps are preferable for showing measurable values at specific locations. Chart Types and Usage
  26. 26. 26 Interactive Display
  27. 27. 27 Additional Navigation
  28. 28. Power Map
  29. 29. Powerful self-service BI with Excel 2013
  30. 30. Power Map for Microsoft Excel enables information workers to discover and share new insights from geographicaland temporal data through three-dimensional storytelling. What is Power Map?
  31. 31. Map Data •Data in Excel •Geo-code •3-D visuals DiscoverInsights •Play over time •Annotate points •Capture scenes Share Stories •Cinematic effects •Interactive tours •Share workbook Power Map: Steps to 3-D insights
  32. 32. Power BI Site
  33. 33. Collaborate and stay connected with Office 365 Q&A
  34. 34. Natural Language Search (Q&A)
  35. 35. Collaborate and stay connected with Office 365 Q&A
  36. 36. Mobile BI
  37. 37. Collaborate and stay connected with Office 365 Q&A
  38. 38. Data Management
  39. 39. Extend with hybrid cloud solutions
  40. 40. Extend with hybrid cloud solutions
  41. 41. Extend with hybrid cloud solutions
  42. 42. Self Service in Power BI
  43. 43. Features Power BI (Self Service on Cloud) On Premise (Self Services) On Premise (Enterprise) In memory Yes Yes Yes Data size 250MB Configurable up to SharePoint limit (2gb) Unlimited (or limited by RAM) Data Refresh Yes, using Gateway Yes, Power Pivot Gallery Yes Direct access to on premise data No Yes Yes Refresh from Power Query Yes No No Render Power Map in browser No No No Power View HTML5 support (+iPad support) Yes No No Render Power View Excel Sheets Yes Yes (SP 2013), No (SP 2010) Yes (SP 2013), No (SP 2010) Create Power View reports No (Not yet) Yes Yes Support for Power View in Power Point No (Not yet) Yes Yes Natural Language query support Yes No No Synonyms Yes No No Windows Authentication (corporate domain) Yes (DirSync) Yes Yes Self Service BI –On Premise v/s Cloud
  44. 44. Power BI –A Powerful Self Service Tool 44 End Users oEnd-usershavelongwantedtheabilitytoeasilyaccessandanalyzedata oQ&A’snaturallanguagequeryandintelligentvisualizationenginewilldomoretoencourageeveryemployeetouseinformationasabasisfordecisions BI Analysts oPower Pivot gave power users the ability to build efficient data models over large data volumes, but that information needed to “fit” into clean data models oPower Query’s data transformation and flexibility further empower analysts to build their own end-to-end solutions quickly . IT & Data Stewards oThe data catalog underlying Power BI is exciting because it promotes self-service and governance simultaneously
  45. 45. Thank You Microsoft Confidential 45 Connect with us! •www.netwoven.com •www.netwovenblogs.com •Email info@netwoven.comfor more information

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