SQLCAT: Configuring and Securing BI Applications in a SharePoint 2010 Environment
Have you struggled to configure Excel Services, Reporting Services, or PerformancePoint in SharePoint 2010? Are you confused about the security options in SharePoint 2010 for configuring these services? This session will show you how to configure these services both with and without Kerberos – and to understand the issues with both options. We’ll include important background on claims-based authentication and Kerberos in SharePoint 2010 and identity delegation to the back end data source. This is a SQL CAT and CSS presentation, which means that you will learn about actually deployment environments, problems faced, and solutions found.
Adam Saxton is a Senior Support Escalation Engineer based at the Microsoft Customer Service and Support site in Irving, Texas and has worked with the SQL group since 2005. His primary focus are connectivity issues to SQL Server and Reporting Services. He has been in the computer industry for 12+ years which encompassed Windows Platform support, Web and Database Development and currently the SQL Server support group.
Senior Program Manager
Carl is a Senior Program Manager on the SQL Server Customer Advisory Team, and is an Extended Customer Program Manager with the Reporting Services and Integration Services product groups. Carl works closely with internal and external customers to develop solutions and validate SQL Server business intelligence best practices for working with large scale and complex BI solutions. Carl has worked with Microsoft SQL Server for over 13 years as a consultant, mentor, writer, speaker and trainer. Carl has written several SQL Server books and numerous technical white papers, has presented at many SQL Server conferences, and has provided mentoring and consulting services for numerous companies around the world.
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