Deprecated Performancepoint Services in Sharepoint 2019

asked 2021-04-19T14:30:17.217+00:00
Pedro Soares 396 Reputation points

Hi guys,

I've read that PerformancePoint Services was deprecated in Sharepoint Server 2019, due to Silverlight end-of-life, but I read it was still supported. I would like to know if I can migrate a Sharepoint 2013 content (with PPS scorecards) to Sharepoint 2019 (through sharepoint 2016, since there is no direct migration path).

Thanks

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  1. answered 2021-04-20T07:17:56.103+00:00
    Emily Du-MSFT 23,836 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @PedroSoares-4915

    You could upgrade from SharePoint 2013 with PPS scorecards to SharePoint 2019.

    Additionally, PerformancePoint Services has a significant dependency on Microsoft Silverlight, which is a technology that will no longer be supported as of October 12, 2021. PerformancePoint Services will remain supported, but deprecated, for the SharePoint Server 2019 release. Customers are recommended to explore Microsoft Power BI as an alternative to PerformancePoint Services as we are making many new business intelligence investments in Power BI.

    Here’s some references for you:

    Upgrade the PerformancePoint Services service application (2016)
    Upgrade the PerformancePoint Services service application (2019)


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