Performance Point Server Future

26 בינואר 2009

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Hello everyone,

It's now officially reported on the BI Blog, along with an explanatory video from Guy Wiesmantel. PerformancePoint Server, as a standalone product, is evolving to be blended into the MOSS server.
So lets all welcome Performance Point Services.There are two major takeaways from this announcement: 

1.         The Monitoring & Analytics would be incorporated into future versions of MOSS Enterprise
            to be known as "Office 14 Performance Point Services".

2.         The Planning Component would complete its life cycle, with the emerging of PPS SP3 (mid 2009), 
            Future support would continue for the next 10 years.

Microsoft External FAQ about the changes
Click link to read: EXTERNAL_Microsoft_BI_FAQ_Final

Summary of the announcement
Based on customer feedback, Microsoft will consolidate PerformancePoint Server (PPS) with its scorecards, dashboards, and analytic capabilities into SharePoint as “PerformancePoint Services” with the release of SharePoint 14 in late 2009.  Microsoft will invest in these capabilities to enable customers to deliver performance management broadly to their information worker’s and at a low TCO.  In mid CY2009, Microsoft will release PerformancePoint Server 2007 “Service Pack 3” which will include updates to the current product’s planning module. Thereafter, customers should not expect further investment in standalone versions of PerformancePoint Server.   Eran


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  1. Oudi Antebi30 בינואר 2009 ב 20:03

    While the recent announcement on PerformancePoint “moving” into SharePoint might sound like a good move, People don’t really understand the full picture.

    here is our analysis on the recent announcement:

  2. Eran Sagi31 בינואר 2009 ב 13:56

    Hi Udi ,

    Well dear as a Major partner Of Microsoft , you should know about the roadmap since last January. (Did you miss something?)

    All our customers knew about PPS M&A roadmap, it’s a good move to MOSS from the first place.
    About planning… well I have seen the comments at your blog and it seems that some of you have to do some homework!!

    I'm asking myself why you don't talk about all MS BI Messaging, SQL Server etc.

    Try to locate and keep your resources about it and keep your professionalism at the high place like you were yesterday….

    Thanks for pinging back to panorama web site, and see you at the next version of BI V2 at Office 14.

    Good luck.

  3. MarkRight14 בפברואר 2010 ב 10:44

    Great blog as for me. It would be great to read something more about that topic. Thanx for sharing that material.