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  1. SQL Server 2012 and Sharepoint 2010Self-service business intelligence realized Joe Homnick, MCITP: Business Intelligence Developerjoe@homnick.com JoeBlog.Homnick.com Network with me on FaceBook, Twitter and LinkedIn

  2. MODULE OUTLINE • BI Semantic Model • Using the BI Semantic Model in SharePoint 2010 • Reporting Services Enhancements in SQL Server 2012 • Power View • SSRS Data Alerts

  3. BI SEMANTIC MODEL BI Semantic Model Data Model Client Tools Analytics, Reports, Scorecards, Dashboards, Custom Apps Business Logic and Queries DataAccess Team BI Personal BI Corporate BI One Model for All End User Experiences Analysis Services PowerPivot for SharePoint PowerPivot for Excel Data Sources Databases, LOB Applications, OData Feeds, Spreadsheets, Text Files

  4. BI SEMANTIC MODEL PowerView Reporting Services SharePoint Insights Third-Party Applications Excel PowerPivot (CONTINUED) DAX Query MDX Query BI Semantic Model Design Type Development Tool Tabular Multidimensional Tabular Business Logic Project Type PowerPivot Workbook Multidimensional Project Tabular Project Excel 2010 SQL Server Data Tools SQL Server Data Tools Data Access – CachePassthrough MDX DAX DAX Deployment In-MemoryN/A MOLAPROLAP In-MemoryDirectQuery A PowerPivot workbook can be restored to a Tabular instance, or imported to create a Tabular Project SharePoint Library / Analysis ServicesPowerPivot Analysis ServicesMultidimensional Analysis ServicesTabular RelationalDatabases LOBApplications ODataFeeds DeployedBI Semantic Model Cloud Services Files

  5. DEMONSTRATION EXPLORING BISM IN SHAREPOINT 2010AND SQL SERVER 2012

  6. Reporting Services (SSRS) in SQL Server 2012 • Reporting Services (SSRS) in SQL Server 2012 has been upgraded with new features and capabilities: • Empower users with a new visual design experience named Power View • Increase productivity with user-defined data alerts • Increase performance and improve administration within SharePoint • Excel renderer for Excel 2007-2010 • Word renderer for Word 2007-2010 • Designers have been upgraded for SQL Server Data Tools (Visual Studio 2010)

  7. SHAREPOINT INTEGRATED MODE • Reporting Services in SQL Server 2012 is now configured and monitored like other SharePoint shared applications • Maximum set of SharePoint IT management capability is enabled • Lower TCO on IT who can now leverage existing SharePoint skillset and experience • All configuration is now simplified and easier, use: • Central Admin • PowerShell • Leverages SharePoint’s in-built scale capability

  8. SHAREPOINT INTEGRATED MODE (CONTINUED) • When Reporting Services is integrated • File types are understood • Context menus to manage reports, configure alerts, etc. are available • BISM Connection File content type is installed • Stores connection information to a tabular BI Semantic Model (published PowerPivot workbook or tabular database) • Users can launch Power View from this document • It can also be used in a connection string to access the model

  9. 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 • Provides intuitive ad-hoc reporting for business users such as data analysts, business decision makers, and information workers • Ordinarily, a Power View report needs to be based on a tabular BI Semantic Model that has been optimized for the report authoring tool

  10. POWER VIEW REPORTING AUDIENCE AND AUTHORING TOOLS

  11. POWER VIEW EXAMPLE REPORT

  12. POWER VIEW SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS • Server(s): • SharePoint Server 2010 SP1 Enterprise Edition • SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint • Client: • Supported browsers: • Windows Vista: IE7 32-bit, FireFox 4 • Windows 7: IE8 32-bit, IE9 32-bit, FireFox 4, Safari • Note the InPrivate browsing feature of IE is not supported • Silverlight 5

  13. POWER VIEW DATA MODEL REQUIREMENTS • A Power View report must be based on a deployed tabular BI Semantic Model: • Published PowerPivot workbook in a SharePoint library • Tabular database • DAX Query is used to query the model • Ordinarily, the model needs to be optimized for the Power View experience

  14. POWER VIEW CREATING POWER VIEW REPORTS • 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

  15. DEMONSTRATION EXPLORING SELF-SERVICE REPORTING WITH SQL SERVER 2012 POWER VIEW

  16. DATA ALERTS • Data alerts can be defined on report feed(s) • Intuitive alert rules based on conditions (AND and OR) • Scheduling settings • Advanced: • Start/End dates • Send message only if results change checkbox • Email address(es), Subject and Description • Can only be based on reports that use data sources with stored credentials • Alerts can be managed by users and administrators • View status, Edit, Delete, Run • Only available with SSRS in SharePoint integrated mode • Available with SharePoint Foundation or above

  17. DEMONSTRATION CONFIGURING DATA ALERTS WITH SQL SERVER 2012 REPORTING SERVICES