Tutorial: (Additional Slides) Business Intelligence: Making the Right Choices by Pete…

1,109 views

Published on

Sunday, March 3

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,109
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
53
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Tutorial: (Additional Slides) Business Intelligence: Making the Right Choices by Pete…

  1. 1. Peter SerzoSPTECHCON – San Francisco March 2013
  2. 2.  Peter Serzo, MCP, MCSD .Net, MCTS  High Monkey Consulting  Blog: monkeyblog.highmonkey.com  www.highmonkey.com  PSerzo@highmonkey.com  Twitter: pserzo  Author  Love to read and Love a Good Story
  3. 3. Session Expectations What are the tools What we are NOT talking about… • Security
  4. 4. Pastor who skipped Church…
  5. 5. Microsoft Believes People Are Your Companys Greatest Asset …with software that Amplify the talent and delivers the scale, abilities of everyone in agility, and protection the organization… required by the enterprise.
  6. 6. The Productivity Challengeenterprise search presence voicemail team sites collaboration innovation storage workflow e-forms scalability dashboardsextranet instant messaging security content management managementportals project scorecards taggingblogs and wikis mobility e-mail governance and compliance VoIP business intelligence cloud computing
  7. 7. The Multiple vendors for multiple products that Productivity Challenge run various business processes.enterprise search LOTUS DOCUMENTUM presence team sites IBM voicemail storage innovation collaborationAUTONOMY ORACLE workflowextranet e-forms SIEBEL GROUPWISE scalability dashboards CISCO instant messaging security GOOGLE content management managementportals SAP APACHE project scorecards tagging SALESFORCE.COM COGNOSblogs and wikis mobility e-mail FACEBOOK and compliance governance LINUX VoIP business intelligence FILENET OPENTEXT cloud computing
  8. 8. Microsoft’s Vision for OptimizingProductivity enterprise search LOTUS DOCUMENTUM presence team sites IBM Online Service voicemail On-Premises storage innovation collaborationAUTONOMY ORACLE workflowextranet e-forms SIEBEL GROUPWISE scalability dashboards CISCO instant messaging security GOOGLE content management managementportals SAP APACHE project scorecards tagging SALESFORCE.COM COGNOSblogs and wikis mobility e-mail FACEBOOK and compliance governance LINUX VoIP business intelligence FILENET OPENTEXT cloud computing
  9. 9. Most Broadly adopted Productivity & Collaboration SharePoint SharePoint Excel PowerPivot ToolsDashboards & Scorecards Collaboration Workbooks Applications Analysis Reporting Services Services Most widely deployed EIM & BI Platform Integration Master Data Services Services LOB Odata Apps Feeds
  10. 10. Platform Layers
  11. 11. BI in the Real World
  12. 12. Microsoft BI Stack (Today)
  13. 13. SQL Server 2008
  14. 14. Collaborate on your spreadsheets
  15. 15. Dashboards
  16. 16. Link Data toShapes
  17. 17. ExcelTechnology
  18. 18. Part II – Your Options SQL (the tools) Chart WebPart OOTB KPIs Reporting Services Visio Services PerformancePoint Services Excel Services PowerPivot
  19. 19. The Future of BI
  20. 20. Delivering business agility and innovation to gain strategic value out of your information MISSION CRITICAL DEVELOPER & IT PERVASIVE INSIGHT PLATFORM PRODUCTIVITYMicrosoft Confidential—Preliminary Information Subject to Change
  21. 21. SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) Provides functionality commonly referred to as Extract, Transform, Load (ETL). Moves and transforms data between sources and destinations, regardless of format. Cleanses data and ensures data integrity. Integrates heterogeneous data sources. Business Intelligence Platform Analysis Services Reporting Services SQL 2008 R2 Integration Services Database ManagementSource: 2007 Microsoft® Office System Business Intelligence Integration, White Paper, February 1, 2007, Anthony T. Mann 23
  22. 22. SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) Allows for Online Analytical Processing (OLAP), commonly referred to as “cubes”. Includes advanced analytical features such as complete data mining and key performance indicator frameworks. Enables organizations to accommodate multiple analytic needs within one solution. Business Intelligence Platform Analysis Services Reporting Services SQL 2008 R2 Integration Services Database Management http://www.dotnetspark.com/kb/2704-key-performance-indicator-using-ssas-sharepoint.aspx 24
  23. 23. Chart Web Part
  24. 24. Chart Web Part
  25. 25. Chart Web PartShortcoming: Bind to data. No dynamic on the fly changes.
  26. 26. KPIs aka Status Indicator Performance at a glance…  Status List Web Part  Indicator Types (SPList, Excel based, SSAS based, Fixed value)http://www.dotnetspark.com/kb/2704-key-performance-indicator-using-ssas-sharepoint.aspx
  27. 27. DEMOCHART WEB PART
  28. 28. Reporting Services Managed Reporting  Pixel Perfect Layout and Design  Report Builder and Part Gallery  Integration with SharePoint
  29. 29. SSRS VisualizationMaps Data Bars Indicators Sparklines
  30. 30. Report Builder 3.0 Ships with SQL Server 2008 R2 Targeted at Business Users - Use instead of BIDS Windows application that can be installed  By an administrator, or  By ClickOnce deployment by the business user  Presents a familiar Office-style experience and wizards  Can be used to:  Create ad hoc reports, or  create and modify catalogued reports
  31. 31. New Report Builder 3.0 Features Creation and consumption of Shared Datasets and Report Parts Data Sources:  SharePoint Lists, SQL Azure, … Data Visualizations Design-time credentials to create queries Subreports and images
  32. 32. New Report Builder 3.0 Features
  33. 33. DEMOSSRS
  34. 34. Visio Services
  35. 35. Visio Services
  36. 36. Visio Services Real World Example
  37. 37. Visio Services Features Refreshable DataRecordSets  SQL (7.0 – 2008)  SharePoint Lists  Excel Services  OLE DB / ODBC Does not support  Access / Excel (JET & ACE)  SQL Analysis Services or Reporting Services Uses Cache
  38. 38. Visio is not suitable for showingVisio Tweetable data which changes quickly. It is best for process related itemsWhy?Individual row of data is bound to an individual shape. There is no way in Visio 2010 to bind a variable number of rows to a diagram and get it to generate the appropriate number of shapes on the fly.
  39. 39. Bonus Visio Tweetable Visio is best scaled via WFE. Not by creating another SA.Why?Microsoft tests documented in Visio Services Capacity Planning document.
  40. 40. DEMOVISIO SERVICES
  41. 41. PerformancePoint Services Dashboards & Scorecards  Content Assembly and Navigation  Analytical Grids & Graphs
  42. 42. PerformancePoint ServicesDecomposition Tree
  43. 43. CONTENT STORAGE  Dashboard Designer connectivity – no more application Database database  Lists  Contains dashboard definitions, reports, scorecards, filters, KPIs, and indicators  Document Libraries  Contains “exported” dashboards (.aspx) and data sources  Using SharePoint vs. Dashboard Designer to modify dashboards
  44. 44. Dashboard Designer Business User Tool Windows application that can be installed  By an administrator, or  By ClickOnce deployment by the business user Presents a familiar Office-style experience and wizards
  45. 45. DEMOPERFORMANCEPOINT
  46. 46. Is your organization full of Excelhoarders?
  47. 47. Excel Servicesbut it’s really Excel Calculation Services (ECS_ Sharing spreadsheets through the browser…  Collaboration in the Web App
  48. 48. ECS Tweetable ECS is best scaled out with another service instanceWhy?Microsoft tests say ECS is not particularly hard on the SQL Server instance running SharePoint Server 2010, as the workbook is read as a binary blob from SharePoint Server 2010 and placed in memory on the ECS tier. CACHE
  49. 49. DEMOEXCEL SERVICES
  50. 50. PowerPivot Columnar, in-memory; handles millions of fact rows Self-service: integrates with Excel and SharePoint Uses DAX SharePoint models compatible with SSAS clients, including SSRS and Excel Client is free Server free with SQL Server 2008 R2 and SharePoint 2010 Enterprise PP technology is strategic to MS going forward
  51. 51. Microsoft Experience…

×