Monday, August 27, 2012
I've decided to make a post to round up all the learning days of MOC 50429 SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence. Hope this somehow helps you reach all the data:
SharePoint 2010 BI Center and Excel Services
SharePoint 2010 PerformancePoint Dashboard
SharePoint 2010 Designer
SharePoint 2010 and BI: PowerPivot and Entity Profile Page
Access and Visio Services and Spatial Data in SharePoint 2010
I would also like include for all us beginners videoes with basic steps on all the services you have for BI in SharePoint 2010.
Monday, November 2, 2009
Microsoft had released not too long ago, the last Service Pack for the standalone version of PerformancePoint Services - PerformancePoint Server 2007 SP3. From here on out, all development for PPS is going to be part of SharePoint Server. This is again part of Microsoft's strategy of empowering SharePoint as a product, as it also connects to Excel Services, Reporting Services (including Report Builder) and Visio Services.So what's new to PerformancePoint 2010?
SharePoint Server 2010 as the repository - meaning PerformancePoint Services stores data sources in document libraries and all other dashboard content in lists.
PerformancePoint Services uses SharePoint Server 2010...
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Yes, you read it right, the initials have changed... Though I missed the release over the weekend, I really wanted to note it on the blog as it is such big news.
Microsoft has announced that PerformancePoint Server is no more (though looking at the home page for the product wouldn't reveal anything about it, not at the time of writing this post). Rather, the plan is to release SP3 for Performance Point Server Mid 2009, put the Analytics and Monitoring part of PPS into SharePoint Server Enterprise Edition and turn the Planning part to FRx Forecaster. All of this...