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1 Whats new in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Lukasz Pawlowski Senior Program Manager Lead Microsoft Corporation DBI201

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4 Analysis Services Reporting Services Integration Services Master Data Services SharePoint Collaboration Excel Workbooks PowerPivot Applications SharePoint Dashboards & Scorecards Most widely deployed EIM & BI Platform Most Broadly adopted Productivity & Collaboration Tools OData Feeds LOB Apps Data Quality Services

5 Credible,Consistent DataCredible, Consistent Data Managed Self-Service BISelf-Service BI Big Data Analytics & DWBig Data Analytics & DW Required 9s & ProtectionRequired 9s & Protection Blazing-Fast PerformanceBlazing-Fast Performance EnhancedSecurity & Compliance Enhanced Security & Compliance Peace of MindPeace of Mind

6 Easily Access Reports & Dashboards Create Alerts From Published Reports Collaborate on BI Insights Highly Visual Design Experience Rich Metadata-Driven Interactivity Presentation-Ready at All Times Familiar Excel Experience Powerful Data Mashups In-Memory Performance

7 SHAREPOINT SHARED SERVICE Built-in scale-out Built-in scale-out for RS Service Apps Cross-farmSharePoint Cross-farm reporting backup & recoveryIntegrated backup & recovery, ULS logging, PowerShell etc. END USER ALERTING operational Defined on operational reports AlertIntuitive Alert rules self-managedAlerts self-managed through SharePoint POWER VIEW Highly visual Highly visual design experience metadata-drivenRich metadata-driven interactivity Presentation-readyPresentation-ready at all times Managed Self Service BI – Corporate BIManaged Self Service BI – Corporate BI

8 Part 1 Empower users Pervasive Insight Increase Efficiency Empower Users

9 Business UsersDesigned for Business UsersCollaborateCollaborate with full interactivityShare dynamic Share dynamic reports quickly and easily From Authoring to Presentation in ClicksFrom Authoring to Presentation in Clicks Presentation ReadyPresentation ReadyCross Browser & PlatformCross Browser & PlatformManaged & DiscoverableManaged & Discoverable An interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience.

10 Design Power View Reports Story Telling Role of IT in Power View Power View

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12 SharePoint FarmSharePoint Farm Web Front EndApp Server Heterogeneous Data sources SSDT BISM ModelPower View client Excel PowerPivot

13 SophisticatedSophisticated Design Environment Report Viewer Controls Rich Design Capabilities Productive Authoring Re-use of insightsRe-use of insights Flexible layout VisualdataVisual data representation Highly InteractiveHighly Interactive Rich PresentationRich Presentation EmbeddedOperationalBusiness Report DesignerReport BuilderPower View

14 Part 2 Empower users Pervasive Insight Increase Efficiency Pervasive Insight

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16 Microsoft SQL Server 2011 new Self Services Alerting capability makes it trivial for any end user while viewing a report to define rules and thresholds on data and be alerted when they are reached. This transforms a traditional pull mode activity to a push mode activity greatly increasing Information Workers productivity. SITUATION TODAY Need for the ability to proactively respond to exceptional data changes or trends. Data volumes are always increasing leading to data overload. Each Information Worker needs to monitor data specific to their job. END USER ALERTING Proactive and responsive data monitoring that enables action. Data Alerts help IWs cope with information overload. Intuitive and flexible alert rules customized to each Information Worker.

17 How to Create & Manage Data Alerts How to Monitor Data Alerts How Data Alerts fit in the IT Tool Chest End User Alerting

18 Create AlertCreate Alert Delivery Alert ManagementAlert Management

19 Install SSRS in SharePoint Integrated mode Configuration settings are stored in SharePoint DB Execution log in alerting database Trace Log is in SSRS trace log and ULS Use performance counters to determine overloading & scale-out requirements More frequent alerts will require more resources

20 Easily Create Data AlertsEasily Create Data Alerts Integrated within SharePointIntegrated within SharePoint Developed for SimplicityDeveloped for Simplicity

21 Part 3 Empower users Pervasive Insight Increase Efficiency

22 REPORT PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS For reports in AJAX Viewer Parity with SQL Server 2012 Native mode performance Top SharePoint mode pain point 2-3 times Fixed Small reports used to be 2-3 times slower: Fixed Faster than 30-60%Faster than 2008 R2 SharePoint mode ~ 30-60% SQL SETUP OPTION FOR SSRS SHAREPOINT SERVICE

23 Central Admin UI ULS Log Support SharePoint Shared Service

24 SharePoint 2010 Web Front EndSharePoint 2010 Web Front End SSRS in Web Application SOAP SharePoint 2010 App ServerSharePoint 2010 App Server SSRS Shared Service Application Report Viewer web part (UI, Power View, Alerting) URLAccess Alerting Web Service (internal only) WCF Claims SSRS Service Proxy Shared Service WCF Endpoint Service App Runtime Background Processing Security Data Management Alerting Shared Service WCF Endpoint Alerting Interactive Service Alerting Runtime SharePoint Config / Content DB Report Server Shared Service DB Report Server Alerting DB

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26 Windows Shared ServiceWindows Shared Service Configuration and Manageability ToolConfiguration and Manageability Tool Manageability APIManageability API Report Server URLsReport Server URLs SharePoint Shared ServiceSharePoint Shared Service SharePoint Central AdministrationSharePoint Central Administration PowerShell CommandletsPowerShell Commandlets Report Server Proxy URLsReport Server Proxy URLs

27 Empower Users Pervasive Insight Increase Efficiency Final Thoughts

28 SHAREPOINT SHARED SERVICE Built-in scale-out Built-in scale-out for RS Service Apps Cross-farmSharePoint Cross-farm reporting backup & recoveryIntegrated backup & recovery, ULS logging, PowerShell etc. END USER ALERTING operational Defined on operational reports AlertIntuitive Alert rules self-managedAlerts self-managed through SharePoint POWER VIEW Highly visual Highly visual design experience metadata-drivenRich metadata-driven interactivity Presentation-readyPresentation-ready at all times Managed Self Service BI – Corporate BIManaged Self Service BI – Corporate BI

29 Blogs SharePoint mode – BI TV – Reporting Services – PowerPivot – Configuring Kerberos Authentication for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products. Deploying a Business Intelligence Solution Using SharePoint, Reporting Services, and PerformancePoint Monitoring Server with Kerberos Reporting Services SharePoint Integration Troubleshooting SSRS Team Blog Power View Wiki Links

30 DBI202 The 12 Reasons to Love Microsoft SQL Server 2012 DBI307 Tips and Tricks for Building Rich Reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services DBI206 Business Intelligence and Data Visualization: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 DBI402 Deploying and Managing a PowerPivot for SharePoint Infrastructure Using Microsoft SQL Server 2012 DBI332 Running Reporting Services in SharePoint Integrated Mode: How and Why DBI207 BI Power Hour DBI325 Microsoft SQL Azure Reporting DBI302 Building Stylish Power View Reports Required Slide *delete this box when your slide is finalized Speakers, please list the Breakout Sessions, Labs, Demo Stations and Certification Exams that relate to your session. Also indicate when they can find you staffing in the TLC. Where to find me: Tech Pavilion

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33 Lukasz Pawlowski /b/lukaszp/

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