Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 – Designing Advanced Solutions: Support Service

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

Designing Advanced Solutions in SharePoint 2013 involves being able to plan for Business Intelligence operations and integration. In this course, you will obtain an understanding of what is new when it comes to planning for Business Intelligence. You will learn how the business connectivity service is supported and how plan and configure the Business Intelligence (BI) infrastructure. You’ll also learn how to support the Secure Store application by generating a master key and creating and managing target applications. Lastly, you will understand how Business Intelligence is supported by planning and configuring items such as Performance Point, Reporting Services, Excel Services, and BI security. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 certification exam (70-332).

Target Audience

Microsoft SharePoint professionals and developers who plan, design, develop, and maintain a Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 local datacenter, or on the cloud.

Prerequisites

None

Expected Duration

60 min.

Course Objectives

Course Introduction

Configuring a BI Infrastructure

  • recognize why companies use technologies related to Business Intelligence
  • External Content Types

  • recognize how BCS uses External Content Types
  • BCS Models

  • describe the concept of BCS models
  • Configuring BCS Model Security

  • match the BCS Model object level security type to its description
  • BCS Permissions

  • assign BCS permissions
  • Configuring BCS for Search

  • describe the function of a BCS profile site
  • Search Support

  • create a search-based profile page
  • The Secure Store

  • describe the Secure Store service application
  • Creating Secure Store Target Applications

  • create a Secure Store target application
  • Setting Credentials of a Target Application

  • configure credentials for a target application
  • BI Relationships

  • list the BI tools available for creating reports from raw data
  • PerformancePoint

  • explain PerformancePoint functionality
  • PerformancePoint Examined

  • create and define a PerformancePoint data source
  • Reporting Services

  • describe SQL Server Reporting Services
  • PowerPivot

  • recognize the requirements needed by PowerPivot to create complex reports
  • BI Security

  • recognize the BI security tools available
  • Exercise: Supporting Business Intelligence

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