Every organization needs business intelligence to survive and thrive and tens of millions of people use SharePoint every day. Find out how to bring data from any number of different data sources into one place users know and love: SharePoint 2016.
We are awash in a sea of data. What good is that unless we see the data we need to make the best business decisions possible? In this course, Managing SharePoint 2016 for Business Intelligence, you’ll learn how to make data from various sources available in one place familiar to your users: SharePoint. First, you’ll learn how to configure Business Connectivity Services and the Secure Store Service. Next, you’ll explore how to configure and manage Business Intelligence Services. Finally, you’ll dive into configuring advanced analysis tools like Power View, PowerPivot, and Reporting Services. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of SharePoint Business Intelligence needed to configure Business Intelligence in your environment.
Mark has trained and / or consulted in 20 countries since 1999, after retooling himself as an IT admin in the Windows NT 4.0 era at a local college. He has taught students at various Microsoft and Symantec campuses and at a variety of academic, military, corporate, and training center locations as well as online. He is the lead singer in three rock bands he founded, sings jazz, does voice overs, and has dabbled in stand-up and improv.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Mark Ingram, and welcome to my course, Managing SharePoint 2016 for Business Intelligence. I'm a consultant and trainer at Crystal Clear. SharePoint is a billion-dollar business for Microsoft. If your users are overwhelmed with data, SharePoint BI can restore sanity and lead to better business decisions. This course is going to teach you how to take a familiar technology, SharePoint 2016, and turbo charge it with tools to make interacting with data fun and easy. Some of the major topics we will cover include why BI is vital for the survival of your organization, how to bring data from many different repositories into SharePoint, deploying the new Office Online Server, and how to set up SQL Server Reporting Services, PowerPivot, and Power View. By the end of this course, you'll know how to make data from any organized data source available in an environment familiar to your users, SharePoint. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with SharePoint administration basics. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn SharePoint BI with the Managing SharePoint 2016 for Business Intelligence course, at Pluralsight.