Introducing SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services Improvements (RC0

Report
SQL SERVER 2012 AND SHAREPOINT 2010
SELF-SERVICE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE REALIZED
Joe Homnick, MCITP: Business Intelligence Developer
[email protected]
JoeBlog.Homnick.com
Network with me on FaceBook, Twitter and LinkedIn
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
2
BI SEMANTIC MODEL
Personal BI Team BI Corporate BI
PowerPivot for
Excel
PowerPivot for
SharePoint
Analysis
Services
3
Power
View
Third-Party
Applications
BI SEMANTIC MODEL
Reporting
Services
Excel
PowerPivot
SharePoint
Insights
(CONTINUED)
DAX Query
MDX Query
Relational
Databases
LOB
Applications
Files
OData
Feeds
Cloud
Services
Deployed
BI Semantic Model
4
DEMONSTRATION
EXPLORING BISM IN SHAREPOINT 2010
AND SQL SERVER 2012
5
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)
6
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
7
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
o Stores connection information to a tabular BI Semantic Model (published PowerPivot
workbook or tabular database)
o Users can launch Power View from this document
o It can also be used in a connection string to access the model
8
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
9
POWER VIEW
REPORTING AUDIENCE AND AUTHORING TOOLS
10
POWER VIEW
EXAMPLE REPORT
11
POWER VIEW
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
• Server(s):
• SharePoint Server 2010 SP1 Enterprise Edition
• SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint
• Client:
• Supported browsers:
o Windows Vista: IE7 32-bit, FireFox 4
o Windows 7: IE8 32-bit, IE9 32-bit, FireFox 4, Safari
o Note the InPrivate browsing feature of IE is not supported
• Silverlight 5
12
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
13
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
14
DEMONSTRATION
EXPLORING SELF-SERVICE REPORTING
WITH SQL SERVER 2012 POWER VIEW
15
DATA ALERTS
• Data alerts can be defined on report feed(s)
• Intuitive alert rules based on conditions (AND and OR)
• Scheduling settings
• Advanced:
o Start/End dates
o 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
16
DEMONSTRATION
CONFIGURING DATA ALERTS
WITH SQL SERVER 2012 REPORTING SERVICES
17
18

similar documents