SQL Session – Performance Point Server Dashboards

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Ashton Hobbs, SQL Server MVP, author and developer of ApexSQL Edit shared his insights on “Performance Point Server Dashboards.” This new Business Intelligence offering from Microsoft has the goal of making BI more accessible to end users. Ashton’s presentation detailed the creation of monitoring components in Performance Point Server and showed some product features and their limitations. It also showed steps to using custom components that create new dashboard pieces which can improve the visual and usability aspects of your own dashboards.

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By Shannon Lowder

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