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Sql pass business intelligence chapter bi and data viz in sql server 2012

  1. 1. Jen Stirrup MVP CopperBlue Consulting
  2. 2. jen.stirrup@CopperBlueConsulting.com www.copperblueconsulting.com www.jenstirrup.com
  3. 3. Flexible: Familiar: Rigid: Can model Lots of expertise hard to change anything Powerful: Near real time: Hard: Enterprise scale 15 minute refresh MDX isn’t easy Secure: Control: Fine grain control Process & versions
  4. 4. Easy to Use: Collaboration: Chaos: users get it Between IW & IT IT can’t manage it Mashups: Refresh: make your own Could be a day out Agile: Deploy in a click or 2
  5. 5. No Downsides Easy to Use: Collaboration: Powerful: users get it Between IW & IT Enterprise scale Mashups: Secure: Cool: make your own Fine grain control End user analysis Agile: Control: Deploy in a click or Process & versions 2
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  7. 7. PowerPivot gives users the power to create compelling self-service BI solutions using familiar Excel Interface
  8. 8. Power View is an interactive data exploration and visual presentation experience.
  9. 9. SharePoint Farm SQL Server BIDS Web Front End App Server BISM Model RS Shared Service SSRS Addin for Crescent client SharePoint PowerPivot AS Server System Service PowerPivot Web Service Analysis Services SP Integrated Excel PowerPivot Model Data sources
  10. 10. Crescent only works from Tabular BISM for now Crescent and alerting depend on SharePoint Silverlight based
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  12. 12. jen.stirrup@CopperBlueConsulting.com www.copperblueconsulting.com www.jenstirrup.com

Editor's Notes

  • Crescent is an interactive data exploration and visual presentation experience.Does not replace RB 2.0, 3.0 or BIDSNot a goal to edit or add new interactivity to Dev/IT Pro reports built in RB or BIDSNot a high-end analysis experience Not a goal to provide complex calculation buildingNot a cell-based calculation toolNot a forecasting/write back toolNot a replacement for PPS scorecards or ProClarity
  • Support for slicers Takes data from ATOM feedsTakes from OLEDB Source as standard/* Potential issue for desktop version since PowerPivot takes from OLEDB */Highly scaleable
  • Perspectives. With the Advanced Mode’s Perspectives feature, you can add, edit, delete, copy, and view perspectives. Perspectives are metadata layers that track different slices or sets of data. Perspectives are typically defined for a particular user group or business scenario and make it easier to navigate large data sets.
  • Take advantage of familiar Excel tools and featuresProcess massive amounts of data in secondsLoad even the largest data sets from virtually any sourceUse powerful new analytical capabilities, such as Data Analysis Expressions (DAX)Make the most of multi-core processors and gigabytes of memory
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Release Candidate 0 (RC 0) Reporting Services Add-in Only available in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Editioncreate a variety of data visualizations, from tables and matrices to bubble charts and sets of small multiple charts
  • http://junkcharts.typepad.com/junk_charts/2012/02/a-data-mess-outduels-the-pie-chart-disaster-for-our-attention.html
  • Support for slicers Takes data from ATOM feedsTakes from OLEDB Source as standardHighly scaleable
  • Support for slicers Takes data from ATOM feedsTakes from OLEDB Source as standardHighly scaleable
  • no rsreportserver.config are now saved in the SharePoint configuration database. %Programfiles%\\Common Files\\Microsoft Shared\\Web Server Extensions\\14\\Web Services\\ReportServer\\LogFiles. i.e. no longer under asql server directory
  • no rsreportserver.config are now saved in the SharePoint configuration database. %Programfiles%\\Common Files\\Microsoft Shared\\Web Server Extensions\\14\\Web Services\\ReportServer\\LogFiles. i.e. no longer under asql server directoryConsumeContainerWhitespace to remove white space, set it to ‘true’

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