1 Choosing the right Mobile BI tool: SSRS vs Power BI vs Datazen Andrea Martorana
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5 Agenda Mobile Business Intelligence - before Summit 2015 Microsoft's reporting New Age: towards integration SS Reporting Services Datazen Power BI Choosing the right tool Conclusions
6 Mobile Business Intelligence tools Up to PASS Summit 2015, Microsoft's BI stack for mobile reporting was made up of three different tools partially overlapping: - Reporting Services (yes, it can!) - Datazen - Power BI
7 Microsoft's New Age for Reporting During PASS Summit 2015, Microsoft announced its strategy to harmonize reporting content types across platforms and systems. Data is coming at us from every direction. From traditional sources onpremises enterprise applications and databases. From sources developed over the last decade websites, mobile applications, social media and SaaS business applications we are aligning our cloud and on-premises solutions. It is our intent that your reporting technology investments and expertise will transfer across these deployment modalities so you can easily mix and match onpremises and cloud components, and benefit from our unique hybrid scenarios. (Microsoft Business Intelligence our reporting roadmap
8 Microsoft's New Age for Reporting New Microsoft's approach distinguishes four types of reports, based on production technology and delivery method: Paginated Report. Standard report type, with many elements and complex business logic. Built with Report Builder or SSDT (Visual Studio). Interactive Report. Allows dynamic and interactive view. Built with Power BI Desktop. Mobile Report. Specially optimized for mobile devices with simple logic and few elements. Built with Datazen. Analytical reports and charts. Created with Excel directly by end users.
9 Microsoft's New Age for Reporting Unified Mobile BI experience Whether using SQL Server Reporting Services on-premises, Power BI in the cloud, or both as your report delivery solution, we ll have a single mobile application (for each of Windows, ios and Android) for consumption of all report types. At PASS Summit 2015 we demonstrated a single Power BI mobile application delivering a combination of report types from both SQL Server Reporting Services 2016 and the Power BI service. All of your BI content will be at your fingertips from within a single, unified mobile app to deliver insights any way, anywhere and from any device.... (Microsoft Business Intelligence our reporting roadmap
10 Towards Integration From parallel convergences To integration
11 What's new for SSRS 2016 (1) The 2016 release for Reporting Services provides full support for onpremises and mobile reports, hosting contents from SSRS, Datazen, Excel and Power BI (future development). The web site has been totally rivisited allowing users to access both paginated and mobile reports in one centralized location. Datazen Engine will be totally merged into Reporting Services. No more need for a dedicated server to publish its own reports. From Report Manager To modern integrated platform
12 What's new for SSRS 2016 (2) Some other cool features are expected. Microsof aims to bring Reporting Services to new life and modernize it, in order to make SSRS the central repository for on-premises development (versus using Power BI in the cloud). HTML engine was completely rewritten to HTML5, to support every modern browser on every device.
13 What's new for SSRS 2016 (3) Report parameters can be moved anywhere in any order on the design surface.
14 What's new for SSRS 2016 (4) Unique release for SSDT, that includes BI tools, too. Export reports to PowerPoint format Print reports directly from the browser (without installing an ActiveX control).
15 What's new for SSRS 2016 (5) Two new charts: sunburst and treemap
16 What's new for SSRS 2016 (6) Pin charts to Power BI dashboards (currently available as CTP 3).
17 What's new for Power BI In the view of integration, Microsoft announced some improvements in Power BI, to be released on a weekly basis: DirectQuery and live data sources to SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Data Warehouse, SSAS Enterprise Gateway for on premises direct data connection Power BI mobile app integration to display new SSRS mobile reports as well PowerBI.com dashboard tiles interactivity, to pin entire reports as well as just individual components to them Embedding ranges and charts as well as 3D maps from Excel workbooks into PowerBI.com reports Personalized Visuals developed directly from users Globe Map (not the same as Excel Power Map)
18 Power BI updates Source: Power BI Blog
19 Power BI updates
20 So where does that leave us? The solution is an hybrid approach to mix the needs coming from a big data world where data live in many locations and can be gathered in different ways.
21 So where does that leave us? With the new scenario arriving, how do all the components are positioned? Reporting Services: paginated, on-premises reports with high interactivity and complex business logic. Fitted for local and distribuited Corporate BI Datazen: mobile, on-premises dashboard, with high interactivity and few elements. Fitted for distributed mobile Corporate BI Power BI: hybrid reports and dashboards, integrating data from both on-premises, Internet and cloud data sources. Highly customizabile and advanced data shaping. Fitted for Self Service BI, data analyst, and groups collaboration
22 Mobile BI tools Let's step back to present, to discover and explore how we can design and deliver Mobile BI with existing tools.
23 Reporting Services SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to date has focused on paginated reports and offers class-leading capabilities for that format. It does not (so far) support mobile BI natively, but we can build reports in a way that make them suitable to mobile devices (smartphone and tablets). You create reports using Report Builder and Report Designer in SQL Server Data Tools.
24 Reporting Services architecture
25 Reporting Services How to develop SSRS reports for mobile supports (1/3): Set report dimensions based on screen's device width and height Every report is suited fon one single device
26 Reporting Services How to develop SSRS reports for mobile supports (2/3): Simplicity is the best rule. Less is better than more If necessary, break a single complex report into several separate reports and set navigation Connect to report calling direct URL rather then using Report Manager. Example: Hide toolbars and other infrastructure elements. For instance, to the url you can add rc:toolbar=false Make the data readable without zooming Security and profiling settings are inherited from Report Server
27 Reporting Services How to develop SSRS reports for mobile supports (3/3): Add touch interactivity based on SSRS standard features: Sorting Collapsing and expanding report item with (+) Selecting and setting parameters values by tapping (exploit the Action property of most objects inside the report) Navigating inside the report or among different reports
29 Reporting Services pro & cons Why use Reporting Service for mobile BI Why not use Reporting Services for mobile BI Low learning path Standard features can be reused Higly customizable. Can add complex business logic Full control on every object (visibility, behavior, action, ecc. Reports must be adapted to mobile. Must develop as many reports as many devices and sizes. Every change must be replicated many times Tricky navigation tecnique. Reports may be complex to create and mantain Page refresh can be long and tedious Part of Microsoft BI suite. Natively integrated into SQL Server Corporate integrated security and profiling Few data sources available No data modeling allowed Free Need IT professional to set up and develop
30 Datazen Reporting tool focused mainly on develop and delivery for mobile BI. It became available to SQL Server's users on April 2015, since Microsoft acquired the company. With Datazen developers can easily realize reports, dashboards and KPIs and publish immediately on every device included mobile. Product keywords are: quickness and simpleness. It integrates natively with SQL Server databases and Microsoft's security infrastucture.
31 Datazen features Datazen key features are: Unified dashboards designer for any visualization Build rich interactive visualizations KPI repository Native apps for all mobile platforms (Windows, ios, Android) Direct browser access via HTML5 rendering Team collaboration Custom branding Native connection to cloud & enterprise data sources (SQL Server, Analysis Services, Azure, ODBC, ) Advanced and integrated security Server side data caching for performance improvement Client side data caching for offline access Last but not least It's free! At least if you use SQL Server Enterprise Edition with Software Assurance
32 Datazen architecture Datazen is based on a client-server architecture. Datazen Enterprise Server is the core application. It is installed on a Windows Server, is integrated with the existing security infrastructure and connected to all relevant data sources. (
33 Datazen delivery model Dashboards are built locally on developer's pc and published on the server using the Datazen Publisher app. Contents are accessed via the mobile clients and web browsers which connect to Datazen Server securely and don't need direct access to the rest of the IT environment. (
34 DEMO Datazen Download the app! Connect to server: datazenvmamt.cloudapp.net Username : SQLSat462 pwd: SQLSaturday462 Via browser go to the url: Username: SQLSat462 pwd: SQLSaturday462
35 Datazen pro & cons Why use Datazen for mobile BI It is made to this. Fits natively for every device Why not use Datazen for mobile BI Simple business logic No objects behavior personalization Rapid dashboards creation and development Simple navigation Needs a app to be executed Easy delivery method Windows 7 Publisher with bugs Many data sources available Corporate security and profiling. Active Directory authentication Free for users with SQL Server Enterprise release Low learning path Need IT professional to set up and configure Server Core application No data manipulation allowed. Query must be prepared in advance Little volumes of data
36 Power BI Power BI is the new cloud-based business analytics service that helps create live operational dashboards from onpremises and cloud data in one central location that you can access across a range of devices. With Power BI, users can easily retrieve data from different data sources; explore, analyze, combine e model data, create reports or dashboards to share with others.
37 Power BI features Power BI combines several components. Some were already released as add-in for Microsoft Excel: Power Query: connect to data sources and easily shape and transform data Power Pivot: in memory data blending and modelling tool Power View: data visualization Power Map: 3D Geo-spatial data visualization Besides the above, other components are present to build the complete infrastucture: Power Q&A: engine for answering to questions put in natural language Power BI Desktop. Authoring tool for local development Personal & Enterprise Gateway, to connect to on-premises data Mobile Apps (for Windows phone, ios, Android).
38 Power BI features A plethora of data sources available. Retrieve data from on-line, onpremises or cloud-based sources and services No dependency on IT to retrieve and process data Graphic interfaces to model and analyze data, set relationships, add measures and calculated columns. Tailored to self-service BI Need a enterprise account (no Data Catalog, to share and reuse queries between users Groups, content packs, and other collaborative features Visuals custom gallery, made directly by users and freely available Q&A in natural language Delivery model: mobile apps for Windows phone, Android, ios. Online web site REST API to access and consume objects Two license options: Free (with some limitations) and Pro
39 Power BI features How many Connectors can you count? 46 (til now...)
40 Power BI features Visualize your data, your way using custom visuals in Power BI The Power BI visuals gallery: a community site (visuals.powerbi.com) that allows creators to upload new Power BI visuals and for users to browse, select and download those visuals. Power BI developer tools: With our developer tools every web developer can code, test and package new visuals directly in the Power BI service to be loaded to the gallery.
41 Power BI features Mobile app landscape mode Just released! Landscape mode allows users to view and navigate dashboards in the same way as they do in the Power BI web app.
42 Power BI architecture Three basic objects type: Datasets: collection of data (tables). All tables of in a dataset can be completed with relationships, measures, calculated columns, etc. Reports: visualization tools arranged on a page Dashboards: collections of tiles pinned from reports.
43 Power BI architecture
44 Power BI updates Direct Query November new Usually, in Power BI Desktop, when you connect to a data source, data are imported into the Power BI Desktop. For some data sources, an alternative approach is available: connect directly to the data source using DirectQuery. Direct Query queries directly you underlying data without import them. The following data sources are currently supported: - SQL Server - Azure SQL Database Azure SQL Data Warehouse SAP HANA (preview)
45 Power BI prices Free vs Pro subscription
46 DEMO Power BI Have you got an account?
47 Power BI pro & cons Why use Power BI for mobile BI Fits perfectely on every device Lots of data sources both on-premises and on-line Advanced data modeling and manipulation (Power Query, M language) Simple report and dashboards creation and development User custom visuals Easy delivery method Why not use Power BI for mobile BI Cloud service No easy manual settings for groups collaboration and content packs creation No real time access to data (partially resolved). It needs a Gateway anymore Needs a app and a login to be executed Cost (9,99$ month/user) Suitable for expert users to perform Self Service Analysis. No need for IT professionals. Developer API
48 Conclusions: choosing the right tool There isn't one tool that fulfils every requirement. The choice depends on your expectations, your needs and your organization's infrastructure. If you are... A company that needs to distribute reports and analytics to a medium number of users, with complex business logic and drill down capabilities. A company that needs to distribute summary reports and dashboards to a small number of users with some metrics clearly visible. Then you should use... Then you should use... A company, an individual, a small group of users who need to compare data from many sources, analyze data, manipulate data, build custom visualizations of data, share them with other user and draw a synthesis from data. Then you should use...
49 Conclusions: what is best for... IT (low) requirements Keep data on-premises Data sources and connections availability Data volumes > records Security, authentication and profiling Querying transforming and formatting data Retrieving data from multiple sources even on the web Report authoring easiness and quickness Delivery model and mobile fruiction Off line access
50 Conclusions: what is the best for... Navigability and drill-down KPI repository Self service analytics and data discovery Mapping Customization and branding Collaborative features; groups, sharing... Subscriptions Cost
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