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1 Power Pivot V2 Power View

2 Agenda Power Pivot Overview What is new in PowerPivot/ BIDS Power View Demo with Live data

3 SQL Server Power Pivot for Excel Manages compressed storage of, and extremely fast querying and reporting from, large volumes of related tabular data Data can be loaded from a variety of data sources Leverages familiar Excel features Uses Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) for sophisticated transformation of data Supports publication of PowerPivot reports to SharePoint Functionality is delivered by two add-ins: SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel add-in SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint add-in

4 PowerPiavot for Excel 2010 Ad-hoc large data analysis In-memory Database Fast, compressed, interactive Data integration Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) No IT Dept support needed

5 PowerPivot and Data Integration Self-service acquisition and mash-up of data from any source Databases (any) Reports Cubes Data Feeds Azure DataMarket

6 Who Is the PowerPivot Audience? Excel users who know how to structure and work with relational data in workbooks SharePoint users who use team sites and document management features Database and IT professionals who: Want to delegate business data development tasks to those who need the data most Need to retain sufficient control so that data can be secured, monitored, reproduced, and archived

7 demo Mashing-Up PowerPivot Data

8 SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel Add-in Client add-in that extends Excel 2010 to support extremely large data sets Achieved with a client-side version of Analysis Services, known as the VertiPaq processor A separate PowerPivot Window is used to load, explore, relate, and enrich data with calculations Imports and relates data from corporate, local, and ad hoc data stores Results in a new data source embedded in the Excel workbook that becomes the basis for interactive reports

9 PowerPivot for SharePoint 2010 Managed Self-Service Business Intelligence Collaborative, shared gallery of PowerPivots IT Pro management Lifecycle & Workflow Workbook Activity Chart Server Resource Management

10 PowerPivot Client Architecture

11 PowerPivot for SharePoint

12 What is new in PowerPivot/ BIDS Add/ delete roles in SSMS Measure Grid KPI Sort By Column Working with measures Delete implicit measures Hide measures Copy/Cut & Paste measures in measure grid Diagram View User Defined Hierarchies Multiple Relationships Drill Through Perspectives Reporting properties Redesign into two dialogs Property names changed

13 Whats New in PowerPivot for SQL 2012 Diagrams Calculated Measures KPIs Hierarchies Perspectives Multiple Relationships Integration with SSAS Tabular Mode PowerPivot for Excel is still free!

14 Diagram View Hierarchies Relationships in Diagram View Multiple Relationships Calculation Area Advanced Tab Reporting Properties New DAX functions Sort by Other Column Add Values to Rows and Columns Blob Support Few tab changes Perspectives Key Performance Indicators Mark as Date table Change the data type Number Formats for Measures Formatting Persistence Field List: Descriptions Field List: Display Order of Tables and Fields Whats New in PowerPivot for SQL 2012

15 DAX DAX is a calculation language for PowerPivot It is a multidimensional calculation language like MDX, but the design goals were: Make it easy to do common calculations (easier than MDX) Make it easy to use for Excel power users, hence the Excel- based syntax DAX expressions are limited to a single (though often very long) line of code

16 DAX: New Features in SQL 2012 DistinctCount Evaluate Summarize AddColumns Switch Order By Start At ROLLUP Filter IsSubTotal CrossJoin TopN Row DateAdd HasOneValue Search

17 demo Tour of New Features of PowerPivot for SQL Server 2012

18 Maximum Capacity Specifications ObjectSpecification / Limit Object name length100 characters Invalid characters in a Name., ; ' ` : / \ * | ? " & % $ ! + = () [] {} Number of tables per PowerPivot database(2^31) - 1 = 2,147,483,647 Number of columns and calculated columns per table (2^31) - 1 = 2,147,483,647 Number of calculated measures in a table(2^31) - 1 = 2,147,483,647 PowerPivot memory size for saving a workbook4GB = 4,294,967,296 bytes Concurrent requests per workbook6 Local cubes connections5 Number of distinct values in a column1,999,999,997 Number of rows in a table1,999,999,997 String length536,870,912 bytes (512 MB), equivalent to 268,435,456 Unicode characters (256 mega characters)

19 New DAX functions CategoryFunctions Statistical Functions DistictCount, Generate Cross Content (crossjoin, generate, generateall), Rank (Rank.EQ, Rankx), Standard Deviation (STDEV.S(), STDEV.P(), STDEVX.S(), STDEVX.P()), Statistical Table Functions (Summarize, Row, AddColumns), TOPN, Variance (VAR.S(), VAR.P(), VARX.S(), VARX.P()) Information Functions LookupValue (LookupValue, Contains) ParentChildRelationships (PATH(), PATHCONTAINS(), PATHITEM(), PATHITEMREVERSE(), PATHLENGTH()) SWITCH Filter Functions AllSelected Content Examination Functions (ISCROSSFILTERED(), ISFILTERED(), HASONEVALUE(), HASONEFILTER(), FILTERS()) HasOneValue CURRENCY Currency Other USERELATIONSHIP

20 Known Issues Cannot Use a Calculated Column to Mark a Table as a Date Table PowerPivot Stops Responding When You Copy a Large Amount of Data to the Clipboard (Workaround: Copy only small data sets in PowerPivot) Duplicate Linked Tables are created in Diagram View (Workaround: Make sure PowerPivot is in Data View when you create linked tables) A Hierarchy Appears as a Flat List if it Is Used as a Report Filter (Workaround: Do not rename the hierarchy on the report level when you add a hierarchy as a Report Filter) PowerPivot Management Dashboard Does Not Load on a Domain Controller PowerPivot Management Dashboard's Bubble Chart Control Might Not Work F1 Help Does Not Show Localized Content for Chinese Languages PowerPivot Fails to Open the Import Wizard for.atomsvc Files Larger than 64Kb Filtering Members from Different Levels of a Hierarchy Causes an Error More information can be found at named-denali-ctp3-release-notes.aspx

21 Tabular Models over Power Pivot Models AreaPro Features ScalabilityPower Pivot has a 2 GB limit for the size of the Excel file. Tabular models do not have a hard upper size limit. Tabular models have partitions, which are used to manage processing of large data volumes. Power Pivot does not. Tabular models support DirectQuery. You can consider DirectQuery almost as a scaling feature as it allows you to avoid processing large data volumes altogether. Power Pivot only queries the VertiPaq cacheDirectQuery SecurabilityTabular models can be secured using row security. Dynamic security is also supported. Power Pivot does not support row security or dynamic security. Security for a workbook is just a binary choice – either a user can read a workbook or she cant. ManageabilitySSMS has the backup, restore, attach, detach, delete, and synchronize features that you would expect. You can also script out from SSMS, browse your cube, and query your cube using MDX. All of these features work the same for multidimensional and tabular models.backuprestoreattachdetachdeletesynchronize

22 Processing Options for Tabular Model Processing OptionDescription Process AddAdds new rows to a partition. Any affected calculated columns, relationships, user hierarchies, or internal engine structures (except table dictionaries) are recalculated. Process ClearDrops all the data in a database, table, or partition. Process DataLoads data into a partition or table. Process DefaultLoads data into unprocessed partitions or tables. Any affected calculated columns, relationships, user hierarchies, or internal engine structures (except table dictionaries) are recalculated. Process DefragOptimizes the table dictionary (an internal engine structure) for a given table or for all tables in the database. This operation removes all dictionary entries that no longer exist in the data set and rebuilds the partition data based on the new dictionaries. Process FullLoads data into all selected partitions or tables. Any affected calculated columns, relationships, user hierarchies, or internal engine structures (except table dictionaries) are recalculated. Process RecalcFor all tables in the database, recalculates calculated columns, rebuilds relationships. rebuilds user hierarchies, and rebuilds other internal engine structures. Table dictionaries are not affected.

23 Query Modes in Tabular Model Query ModeDescriptionLimitation DirectQueryThis setting specifies all queries to the model should use the relational data source only Custom security implementation may not work (It throws an exception and stops working) Calculated columns are not allowed In-MemoryThis setting specifies queries should be answered by using the cache only

24 SSIS with tabular models Analysis Services Processing Task Only some of the processing options are appropriate for tabular models. Process Full, Process Default, Process Data, and Process Clear are fine processing choices for tabular models. Process Indexes, not so much. Processing options that apply only to tabular models do not appear in this processing task. If you want to Process Recalc (and you do want to do this after a Process Add, Process Clear, or Process Data), you have to use the Execute DDL task instead. Analysis Services Execute DDL Task This task is fully supported and works great with tabular models.

25 Power View Project Crescent

26 Agenda What is Power View Features of Power View Architecture of Power View Power View is NOT System Requirements Design view Demo

27 What is Power View? Power View is an interactive data exploration and visual presentation experience Part of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services

28 Highly Visual Design Experience Presentation-ready at all times Rich metadata-driven interactivity Deliver and collaborate through SharePoint Full screen presentation mode for interactive boardroom session Fully integrated with PowerPivot Drive greater insight through smart and powerful querying Animated trending and comparisons Interactive, web-based authoring and sharing of information Familiar Microsoft Office design patterns Powerful data layout with banding, callout and small multiples visualizations Power View

29 Features of Power View It will provide a fun, visual, and powerful drag-and-drop ad hoc reporting experience It allows business users to manage data and show information in a truly innovative and exciting way, allowing people to visualize, interact and report on data using highly interactive visualizations, animations and smart querying

30 Features of Power View Cont.. It is done all in a browser – there is nothing to deploy. It is presentation-ready Self service BI/ ad-hoc reporting Completely based on BISM model

31 Power View Architecture RS Server SharePoint Farm Power View Client (Silverlight) App Server SQL Server AS Server Sharepoint Integrated AS Server Sharepoint Integrated PowerPivot System Service PowerPivot System Service AS Server Tabular Mode AS Server Tabular Mode Web Front End RS Web Service Excel PowerPivot Model BIDS Tabular Model DirectQuery(Optional) Web Front End PowerPivot Web Service PowerPivot Web Service DAX Extension ADOMD.NET BISM File (optional)

32 BI Semantic Model Data Model Business Logic/Queries Data Access ROLAP MOLAP xVelocity Direct Query MDXDAX Multi- dimensional Tabular Your Apps Reporting Services & Power View Excel PowerPivot DatabasesLOB ApplicationsFilesOData FeedsCloud Services SharePoint Insights BI Semantic Model One Model for All User Experiences

33 Power View is NOT Does not replace RB 2.0, 3.0 or BIDS Not a goal to edit or add new interactivity to Dev/IT Pro reports built in RB or BIDS No complex calculation building Use PowerPivot, BISM & DAX, or SSAS Cubes Not a cell-based calculation tool Not a replacement for PPS scorecards Not a forecasting/write back tool

34 Whats Special about Power View Rich Visualisations Incl. Animated Scatter Plot Based on Tabular Models Automatic Relationships (from model) Export to PowerPoint Web-based, No Coding An amazing, easy-to-use, story-telling end-user data exploration tool

35 System Requirements SQL Server 2012 BI, Enterprise, or Developer edition SharePoint 2010 SP1 Enterprise Edition Supported browser

36 Category Picture Canvas 2.Ribbon 3.Field list 4.Fields section. Checked fields are in the selected visualization, the small multiples 5.Layout section. Shows fields in the small multiples 6.Label icon 7.Measure (sigma) symbols 8.Filters area 9.Popout/pop back icon 10.Default title text box 11.Preview mode 12.Full-screen presentation mode 13.Link to Help online Power View in design view

37 demo Building a Power View Report

38 Key Power View Features Easy Filtering Using filter pane (view or visualisation scope), Interactively, through visualisations, Slicers Sorting Multiple Views Great for storyboarding Performance thanks to tabular models

39 Data Visualisations One click converts between them! Tables Matrices (with grouping) Small Multiples Cards Tiles Charts Column, bar, line, Scatter, and bubble

40 Scatter Plot The Bubble Chart Lots of Data: X and Y axis Bubble size Bubble colour (great for categories) Play axis Animated! Great for time, but also: production volume, profit, Twitter comment count… Trail (shows history)

41 Summary PowerPivot: self-service analytics Power View: visual, self-service data exploration BISM: any analytical user experiences SharePoint: manage, collaborate, and socialise BI

42 Resources powerpivot-code-named-denali-ctp3-release-notes.aspx

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