SQL Server 2012 – Power View (Project “Crescent”) – A New Self Service BI Tool – Learning Resources

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Power View is a brand new Self-Service Reporting Tool introduced as part of SQL Server 2012. This tool was code-named as “Project Crescent”. Below is a list of various useful links and references to learn more about this new and powerful tool.

Articles/FAQs/Case Studies

Blogs/Sites/Forums

Videos

Tutorials

Samples

White Papers/Guides/Books

Visualizing Data with Microsoft Power View

More stuff coming with Power View as it is going to be available in Office 2013 Excel as well. Here is a quick glance at what you can do with Power View in Excel 2013 “Data Visualization with PowerPivot and Power View add-ins with Excel 2013”:

Overall, this is a really light weight and powerful Self-Service BI Tool in Microsoft BI Space.

Until we meet next time, Happy Learning!

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About Dattatrey Sindol (Datta)

Datta is a Microsoft BI Enthusiast, passionate developer, and a blogger. View Full Profile

Posted on October 9, 2012, in Power View, SQL Server, SQL Server 2012, SSRS and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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