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  • Blog Post: Creating and Deploying Dashboards Remotely

    You can create and deploy PerformancePoint dashboards remotely by using several assemblies that are installed with Dashboard Designer. The code example in this article shows how to create a report object and a dashboard object, deploy (publish) a dashboard to SharePoint Server, and retrieve an existing...
  • Blog Post: Deploying PerformancePoint 2010 Soup to Nuts

    The PerformancePoint team receives a lot of questions about how to deploy (or activate) the product now that it lives within the confines of SharePoint. This is definitely a valid question because the “up and running” process is quite different compared to the experience from 2007. To help illustrate...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Server Scalability Tips

    A number of Microsoft server products have offered prescribed deployment topologies - dictating the exact component topology for a single box, small farm, medium farm and large farm configurations. Performance Point Monitoring Server has three points of interest when scaling out. Monitoring Scaling points...
  • Blog Post: New Features in Microsoft® Office PerformancePoint™ Server 2007 Monitoring

    NOTE: This article was written with PerformancePoint Server 2007 (CTP3). UI and features subject to change. PerformancePoint Server Monitoring is the next version of Microsoft Office Business Scorecard Manager 2005. This article will give an overview of the new features that Business Scorecard Manager...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring Server Topology

    Monitoring Server Topology This topology shows all the monitoring server components working together. The Monitoring Server, Monitoring Database, the Dashboard Designer and the Dashboard Viewer for SharePoint are all part of the dashboard life cycle. The monitoring server contains two web sites (Central...
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