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Is SQL ENTERPRISE 2008 R2 required for Performance Point 2010?


Is SQL ENTERPRISE 2008 R2 required for Performance Point 2010?

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My company would like to try Performance Point 2010. We already have a large SharePoint 2010 farm.

The SharePoint Administrator said he thought SQL "ENTERPRISE" 2008 R2 maybe a requirement for Performance Point (or SSAS). Can anyone confirm or deny whether
SQL Enterprise is required - we just want to demo a few reports to Sales Team.


SQL Enterprise is very expensive $30K. We would like to use either SQL Standard or SQL BI 2008 R2 rather than SQL Enterprise 2008 R2.

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Enterprise Edition of SQL 2008 R2 is not needed to run PerformancePoint 2010. I am running PP2010 with SQL Server 2008 R2 Standard. I've already published dashboards and it works.

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