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Business intelligence in SharePoint 2013

Topics: Feature Requests, Feedback, General Questions, Support
Sep 15, 2014 at 3:24 PM
Edited Sep 15, 2014 at 3:26 PM
hi all,
i actually work on an infrastructure regrouping 4 servers:

1 WFE
1 SP App server
1 SQL Server BI
1 SP DB

I want to create a bi solution (SSRS and Power Pivot)?
My questions are:
Should i work with APP Server or SQL server BI for installations?

powerpivot :
where should i install SSAS instance?
and where should i run SpPowerpivot.msi?

Did anyone faced this kind of issue/challenges? Can anyone help me in this regards


Early reply would be really appreciated
Thanks and Regards,
ISSAID
Coordinator
Sep 15, 2014 at 5:47 PM
Have you tried looking at the Microsoft official guidance for BI topologies? This isn't really a topic for this forum since it has nothing to do with AutoSPInstaller (the script doesn't even handle the installation of these BI components).

Brian
May 3 at 9:46 PM
Edited May 3 at 10:14 PM
Did you resolve this? I want to use autospinstaller but will also need to enable SSRS. Can this be done AFTER the autospinstaller has built the farm? It looks like it is just another service application to configure in SharePoint (provided the SSRS component is already installed in the SQL server).


Issaid wrote:
hi all,
i actually work on an infrastructure regrouping 4 servers:

1 WFE
1 SP App server
1 SQL Server BI
1 SP DB

I want to create a bi solution (SSRS and Power Pivot)?
My questions are:
Should i work with APP Server or SQL server BI for installations?

powerpivot :
where should i install SSAS instance?
and where should i run SpPowerpivot.msi?

Did anyone faced this kind of issue/challenges? Can anyone help me in this regards


Early reply would be really appreciated
Thanks and Regards,
ISSAID