SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2016

The biggest leap forward in Microsoft's data platform history

What differentiates today's thriving organizations?

Data.
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The opportunity is bigger than you may think.

$1.6T
of data dividend available to businesses that embrace data over the next four years.*

Gain data dividends with Microsoft.

By investing in data, data dividends, or return on data, can come in the form of increased revenue, improved productivity, and reduced costs. Take advantage of the $1.6 trillion opportunity by investing in a data platform that will bring the most value to your business. Find out today how SQL Server 2016 provides a complete and secure end-to-end solution to help you embrace your data!

What's new in SQL Server 2016 BI?

Reporting Services
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SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) offers a single, on-premises solution for deploying and managing reports, letting you:
  • Create reports that are optimized for mobile devices and can be consumed on any device and form factor
  • Use the new web portal experience, which is built on HTML5 and optimized for modern web browsers
  • Design precisely paginated and formatted reports with modern design tools
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Analysis Services
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SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) is a data engine that helps transform complex data into a single model, making it easier to:
  • Get analytical data for business reports and client applications such as Excel, Reporting Services reports, and other third-party BI tools
  • Securely manage larger data models – both Multidimensional and Tabular
  • Transform complex schemas into a more business user-friendly environment to provide faster insights and increase user adoption
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Hybrid BI
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SQL Server 2016 enables you to connect Power BI to your on-premises Analysis Services models, giving you the option to:
  • Utilize the rich toolset of Power BI without having to move those datasets to the cloud
  • Access on-premises data any way you'd like with scheduled refreshes and live connections
  • Leverage existing investments while still benefitting from the power of the cloud
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SharePoint 2016 Support
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SQL Server 2016 enables you to integrate SQL Server business intelligence and reporting into SharePoint 2016, allowing you to:
  • Configure Scheduled Data Refresh for Excel workbooks that utilize Power Query connections
  • Access new Reporting Servces features – including Treemaps and Sunburst charts, the new HTML renderer, plugin-free printing, and export to PowerPoint
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*Data source: Microsoft & International Data Corporation (IDC), April 2014. IDC found that there are two categories of businesses: organizations that have taken a leadership position when it comes to data; and those that are not making best use of data. We learned that the leaders???those companies that embraced data???derived significantly more dividends from those investments in data???from increased revenue, improved productivity, and reduced costs. Download the IDC whitepaper here.

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