SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence

Course Code: 50429

What's in this course?

This 5-day Instructor Led course How to use SharePoint as your platform for Business Intelligence. Journey through the SharePoint Business Intelligence Center, Excel Services, Reporting Services, Analysis Service, Performance Point and PowerPivot to implement your BI Strategies and enable your decision makers to see data in new and dynamic ways.

Course Outcomes

Explore Analysis Services In Business Intelligence
Explore Excel Services In Business Intelligence
Explore Business Connectivity Services In Business Intelligence
Explore Visio Services In Business Intelligence
Explore Access Services In Business Intelligence
Explore Power Pivot In Business Intelligence
Explore Performance Point In Business Intelligence
Explore Bing Maps In Business Intelligence

Course Modules

After completing this module, students will be able to understand your course, classroom, classmates, facility and instructor.

In this module we are going to explore the Business Intelligence Center site definition that comes with SharePoint 2010.

In this module we are going to take a look at the new Business Connectivity Services.

In this module we will explore Filter Web Parts and the important role they play in building Business Intelligence portals.

In this module we explore the new PowerPivot tools of SQL Server 2008 R2 and Excel 2010.

In this module we will explore Performance Point and how it supercharges your BI Dashboards and Key Performance Indicators.

In this module we will explore GeoSpatial data and how to use the new .NET Charts and Mapping features of SharePoint 2010.

In this module we review what Business Intelligence (BI) is and what the typical BI goals are. We also explore how Microsoft BI tools are enabling more advanced Business Intelligence features to filter down/up to the decision makers and Information Workers in general.

In this module we explore what data is and some of the many forms that it takes. We then explore and define the terms Data Warehouse and Data Mart.

In this module we will explore the feature of SQL Server called Analysis Services (SSAS). When regular SQL queries can't handle your data, MDX queries in SSAS can!

In this module we will explore and work with the various features of SharePoint's Excel Services.

In this module we will explore Reporting Services, its integration with SharePoint and how to build Reporting Services reports.

In this module we will explore Visio and Access Services and how to integrate it into your Report process.

Prerequisites

Students should have an understanding of the SharePoint 2010 User Interface

Next Steps

Students should look to upskill to SharePoint 2013 Core Skills

See Whats In The Course Labs

- Answer Business Intelligence Questions

- Explore Data Formats

- Explore the Extract stage

- Create Data Warehouse Granularity Levels

- Populate a SharePoint List with SQL Server data

- Creating an Large External List using ECTs - Using Filters and External lists - Creating and Configuring Entity Profile Pages

- Create Dimension and Fact tables with SSIS

- Use each of the Filter Web Parts

- Create An Excel Report

- Explore Excel 2010 MDX features - Create a Slicer - Create an MDX Set

- Explore Filter Web Parts and Excel Services

- Install PowerPivot for Excel - Install PowerPivot for SharePoint 2010 - Configure PowerPivot for SharePoint

- Configure Reporting Services - Create a Reporting Services Report - Configure Reporting Services Web Part

- Create Report Part Gallery - Create a Report Library - Create Report Parts - Create a Report using Report Parts - Automated Report Delivery

- Explore Performance Service Application - Explore the Dashboard Designer - Create A Scorecard - Create A PP KPI - Explore Time Intelligence - Create Performance Point Reports - Create Filters - Create A Dashboard

- Explore Access Services - Publish Access Database To SharePoint

- Utilize Bing Maps API - Create a Simple Map With Content Editor Web Part - Create an Advanced Map with Data Views - Explore Filters, Data Views and Bing Maps integration - Integrate Geospatial Customer data into SharePoint Sites

- Utilize Google Maps API - Create a Simple Map With Content Editor Web Part - Create an Advanced Map with Data Views - Explore Filters, Data Views and Google Maps integration - Integrate Geospatial Customer data into SharePoint Sites

- Explore SharePoint Business Intelligence Center - Explore Dashboard Designer

- Create a Simple Data Warehouse

- Explore Transform and Load stages - Realize the importance of primary/unique keys

- Create a Data Mart

- Explore External Content Types - Create a new External Content Type - Create an External List

- Explore Office and BCS Integration

- Create a Analysis Services Database - Create a Cube - Create Dimensions - Create Fact Tables - Create a KPI

- Integrate User Profiles with Filters and Reports

- Learn to use Excel Services - Create/Publish to Excel Services - Configure Excel Services - Shared Data Connections

- Use Excel 2010 Sparklines

- Explore REST features of Excel Services - Explore the Excel Services Web Service

- Explore PowerPivot Functions - Use Basic PowerPivot - Use PowerPivot with Large DataSets - Create PowerPivot Linked Tables - Publish to SharePoint - Automating Data Refresh - Analyzing Usage Data

- Create Advanced Reporting Services report - Filter Web Parts and Reports

- Setup Reporting Services RSS Feed - Create and Use Data Feed Library - Utilize Reporting Services data in PowerPivot - Utilize PowerPivot data in Reporting Services

- Use Visio Services - Publish a Visio to SharePoint - Tie report process to Visio

- Populate a SQL Server Database using Shape2SQL - Utilize the new Spatial Data Types in SQL Server - Create a Reporting Services Report using Geospatial Data - Publish Geospatial Data to SharePoint 2010

- Utilize .NET Charts

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