Microsoft PerformancePoint Server 2007: Monitoring and Analytics: CTP2

I grabbed this from the beta news group this morning.   The following Monitoring and Analytics features have been added in Microsoft  PerformancePoint Server 2007 CTP2:

Dashboards

  • Thin Dashboard Consumer. Provides the user experience of thin
    analytic dashboards created in Dashboard Designer.
  • Publish to SharePoint. Allows users to publish dashboards to
    Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint
    Server 2007.
  • Preview. Provides dashboard preview capabilities from Dashboard
    Designer before publishing to SharePoint.

Dashboard Designer

  • Dashboard Designer. Allows users to assemble views and filters
    from the catalog into a dashboard.
  • Filters (parameterization). Provides a definition and framework
    for accepting and passing filters among the scorecards and views within
    dashboards.
  • Analytic View Designer. Provides create and configure capabilities
    inside Dashboard Designer for analytic chart and grid views.  For CTP2, this
    is limited to an MDX text box with preview and filter capabilities.
  • Scorecard Editor. Provides an enhanced scorecard build experience,
    including cut, copy and paste, right click, hide rows, and MDX expression
    capabilities.

Report Types

  • Strategy Maps. Provides an enhanced strategy map build experience,
    including additional stencils and shapes.
  • Thin OLAP Charts. Provides space-efficient bar and line charts of
    Analysis Services 2005 queries for dashboards.
  • Thin OLAP Grids. Provides space-efficient HTML tables of Analysis
    Services 2005 queries for dashboards.

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