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Insights: Performance Point Services & Co – SharePoint 2010

27 Oktober 2009

Die Informationen über den Nachfolger von Performance Point Server sind auch nach der Las Vegas Konferenz sehr spärlich.

Ich habe im Netz ein paar Dokumente gefunden:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee661741(office.14).aspx

 

Zitat:

New features and enhancements

  • The following is an overview of features and enhancements to PerformancePoint Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

 

  • With PerformancePoint Services, functioning as a service in SharePoint Server, dashboards and dashboard items are stored and secured within SharePoint lists and libraries, providing you with a single security and repository framework. The new architecture also takes advantage of SharePoint Server scalability, collaboration, backup and recovery, and disaster recovery capabilities. You also can include and link PerformancePoint Services Web Parts with other SharePoint Server Web Parts on the same page. The new architecture also streamlines security models that simplify access to report data.

 

  • The Decomposition Tree is a new visualization report type available in PerformancePoint Services. You can use it to quickly and visually break down higher-level data values from a multi-dimensional data set to understand the driving forces behind those values. The Decomposition Tree is available in scorecards and analytic reports and ultimately in dashboards.

 

  • You can access more detailed business information with improved scorecards. Scorecards have been enhanced to make it easy for you to drill down and quickly access more detailed information. PerformancePoint scorecards also offer more flexible layout options, dynamic hierarchies, and calculated KPI features. Using this enhanced functionality, you can now create custom metrics that use multiple data sources. You can also sort, filter, and view variances between actual and target values to help you identify concerns or risks.

 

  • Better Time Intelligence filtering capabilities that you can use to create and use dynamic time filters that are always up to date. Other improved filters improve the ability for dashboard users to quickly focus in on information that is most relevant.

 

  • Ability to include and link PerformancePoint Services Web Parts together with other PerformancePoint Services Web parts on the same page.

 

  • Easier to author and publish dashboard items by using Dashboard Designer.

 

  • SQL Server Analysis Services 2008 support.

 

  • Increased support for accessibility compliance in individual reports and scorecards.

 

  • The KPI Details report is a new report type that displays contextually relevant information about KPIs, metrics, rows, columns, and cells within a scorecard. The KPI Details report works as a Web part that links to a scorecard or individual KPI to show relevant metadata to the end user in SharePoint Server. This Web part can be added to PerformancePoint dashboards or any SharePoint Server page.

 

  • Create analytics reports to better understand underlying business forces behind the results. Analytic reports have been enhanced to support value filtering, new chart types, and server-based conditional formatting.

Retired features

PerformancePoint Services no longer supports Trend Charts, PivotTable reports, PivotChart reports, ODBC data sources, Analysis Services 2000, and 32-bit server architecture.

SharePoint Insights

Eine sehr gute Übersicht über die Komponenten und eine Art Entscheidungsmatrix für den Einsatz von:

  • Visio Services
  • Excel Services
  • PowerPivot aka Gemini
  • PerformancePoint Services
  • Report Builder
  • Reporting Services
  • SQL Server Reporting Services
  • SQL Server Integration Services
  • SQL Server Analysis Services

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