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SharePoint 2016 BI or PowerBI what for what - Lars Platzdasch

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Introduction - The BI Process & Tools
SharePoint 2016 & BI: What’s New ?
SQL Server 2016/17 Reporting Services : What’s New ?
Power BI and SharePoint 2016
Conclusions - Advices
SQL Server Konferenz 2018

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SharePoint 2016 BI or PowerBI what for what - Lars Platzdasch

  1. 1. SharePoint 2016 BI or PowerBI ? Tradition oder doch neu? Lars Platzdasch MCT,MCSE SQL, MCSE SharePoint
  2. 2. Sprecher: Lars Platzdasch Twitter @LarsPlatzdasch Xing /Lars_Platzdasch LinkedIn LarsPlatzdasch Web www.platzdasch.de www.3perspektiven.de MCT: SQL, SharePoint, .net MCSE: SQL Server Data Platform MCSE: SharePoint MCITP: SharePoint 2010, Administrator MCITP: SharePoint 2010, Developer Microsoft Certified Application Developer: .NET Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) - EC-Council platzdasch netConsult GmbH & Co. KG | ISV 24/7 Support für SQL / SharePoint 3 Perspektiven GmbH | MBS 21 IT, 20 Jahre SQL Server, 14 Jahre SharePoint
  3. 3. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016/17 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  4. 4. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016/17 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  5. 5. The BI workflow Find, Cleanse, Merge Modelize Vizualize Analyze Share Consume Data Learn Predict
  6. 6. Find, Cleanse, Merge Modelize Vizualize Analyze Share Consume ETL DataWare House Reports Web sites paper Data Learn Predict Data mining Traditional BI But the Process is the same
  7. 7. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016/19 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  8. 8. Find, Cleanse, Merge Modelize Vizualize Analyze Share Consume Data Learn Predict Microsoft on Prem BI But the Process is the same ETL / SSIS DataWare House SSAS/SQL Reports SSRS Data mining SSAS / Excel Web sites paper
  9. 9. SharePoint & BI : a love story …driven by the SQL Server Team SP 2003 • Reporting Services web parts SP 2007 • Excel Services • KPI Lists • Chart Web Parts SP 2010 • Reporting Services Integrated Mode • PerformancePoint in SharePoint • PowerPivot for Excel & SharePoint • PowerView Native mode • Access Services • Visio Services SP 2013 • PowerView « Excel Mode » • Field List in Excel Services • Excel Services+ • SharePoint Filters • Office Web Apps SP 2016 • Excel Service ( Dead on-prem) • Excel Web App(online) • SSRS 2016 • Htm5 Redering • New UI ReportBuilder • PDF Replaces AX for printing • New Chart Types • Mobile Reports SP 2019? • Excel Web App(online) • SSRS 2017 • PowerBI Server • New Chart Types • Mobile Reports • Power BI on-prem
  10. 10. Excel in SharePoint 2013 ExcelServices Sharepoint2013 Refresh workbook OLAP/Tabular interactivity SSASServer2012/2014 PP4SPMode PP4SP View workbook with data model Use data model Use Power View Refresh data model OfficeWebAppsServer Refresh workbook (with limitations) OLAP/Tabular interactivity View/Edit workbook without data model
  11. 11. Excel in SharePoint 2016 Refresh workbook OLAP/Tabular interactivity Sharepoint2016 PP4SP Refresh data model SSASServer2016 PowerPivot Mode Use data modelUse Power View OfficeOnlineServer View/Edit workbook with or without data model
  12. 12. MS BI Tools when using SharePoint 2016 SSIS SSAS PowerPivot* Excel Online* Power View in Excel Online Power View Native Mode PerformancePoint 3DMap (PowerMap) Reporting Service Native* or Integrated Mode* ETL Modelize Vizualize * New or improved PowerQuery* I don’t recommend using these tools
  13. 13. PowerPivot can now use PowerQuery data sources with Data Refresh (SP2016 RTM & SQL 2016 RTM) Excel Services (now « Excel Online » is part of the new WAC (new « Office Online Server ») New version of Reporting Services (SSRS 2016) • Native mode : all features, including Mobile, KPIs • SharePoint Integrated Mode : HTML5, new controls Web Application Companion
  14. 14. PerfomancePoint PerformancePoint Decomposition Tree Reporting Service SharePoint Integrated Mode
  15. 15. 1 Install SharePoint 2016 with SQL Server 2014 or 2016 2 Install Office Online Services 3 Install Analysis Services in SharePoint Mode SQL 2014 supported, 2016 Recommended 4 RegisterAnalysis Services in Excel Online 5 Deploy PowerPivot Add-in (Data refresh,PowerPivot Gallery,…) 6 Deploy Reporting Service Integrated Mode Installing the SharePoint 2016 BI Stack 7.Set Kerberos Constraint Delegation between SP and OOS
  16. 16. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016/17 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  17. 17. SSRS 2016 in a Nutshell HTML5, new controls, new look, new Portal 3 types of Reports : • KPI • Mobiles • Paginated (->also in SharePoint mode) Reports can be pinned to PowerBI dashboards
  18. 18. SSRS 2017 in a Nutshell
  19. 19. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016/19 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016/17 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  20. 20. Find, Cleanse, Merge Modelize Vizualize Analyze Share Consume Search Data Learn Predict SSS Power BI Desktop SharePoint OnlinePower BI Service (app.powerbi.com) But the Process is the same Microsoft PowerBI 2.0
  21. 21. Power BI:
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  23. 23. Power BI:
  24. 24. Agenda Introduction - The BI Process & Tools SharePoint 2016/19 & BI: What’s New ? SQL Server 2016 Reporting Services : What’s New ? Power BI Conclusions - Advices
  25. 25. Go for PowerBI • Easier, faster, PowerBI team more involved, more visualizations, extensible(D3.js, api,...) • But the identity doesn’t flow (yet) in hybrid mode • Can be embedded in SharePoint On Prem SharePoint 2016 is still fine for BI ( 80% are related to SSRS ) • ETL : • Start with in Excel with PowerQuery and PowerPivot for the prototype • If there is a BI team : use SSIS • Modeling : • Start with PowerPivot for the prototype • If there is a BI team : use SSAS my advices
  26. 26. SharePoint 2016 (continued) • Visualization • Avoid Power View ( native mode and Excel Mode : requires Silverlight, no clear roadmap) • Use Excel Online or SSRS Integrated or Native • KPIs : • Drill Down : use PerformancePoint or Excel on top of SSAS • Make sure the SharePoint team master Kerberos delegation ! my advices
  27. 27. Or… Use SSRS 2016 (continued) • Store links to reports in SharePoint ( native Mode ) • or Pin reports to PowerBI dashboards my advices
  28. 28. Links • SQL Chick :https://www.sqlchick.com/s/PowerBIEndToEndFeatures_Meli ssaCoates.pdf https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/sql/reporting- services/report-server-sharepoint/reporting-services-report- server-sharepoint-mode • https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/sql/analysis- services/analysis-services
  29. 29. Vielen Dank für eure Zeit. Twitter:@LarsPlatzdasch

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