SQLAuthority News – Download Whitepaper – Power View Infrastructure Configuration and Installation: Step-by-Step and Scripts

Power View, a feature of SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Edition, is an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience. It provides intuitive ad-hoc reporting for business users such as data analysts, business decision makers, and information workers. Microsoft has recently released very interesting whitepaper which covers a sample scenario that validates the connectivity of the Power View reports to both PowerPivot workbooks and tabular models. This white paper talks about following important concepts about Power View:

  • Understanding the hardware and software requirements and their download locations
  • Installing and configuring the required infrastructure when Power View and its data models are on the same computer and on different computer
  • Installing and configuring a computer used for client access to Power View reports, models, Sharepoint 2012 and Power View in a workgroup
  • Configuring single sign-on access for double-hop scenarios with and without Kerberos

You can download the whitepaper from here.

This whitepaper talks about many interesting scenarios. It would be really interesting to know if you are using Power View in your production environment. If yes, would you please share your experience over here.

Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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3 thoughts on “SQLAuthority News – Download Whitepaper – Power View Infrastructure Configuration and Installation: Step-by-Step and Scripts

  1. Hi
    I need help to understand what are the components required to install the power view sharepoint to use the tabular model
    Tabular model is ready and few users usinf excel

    Now I would like to use powe view capabilities using tabular model

    I have gone through lot of sites to install power view in sp
    Step 1: install sql server in power pivot mode
    Step 2: install tabular model ,ssrs in shareporint mode and sharepoint addin

    Would you please specify is step1 is really required to install power view and to use tabular model

    Because I don’t use power pivot work books for power view ,I will tabular model for power view

    Please clarify is my thinking correct

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