Power BI is a fantastic data visualisation tool to measure the success of your business. But how do you measure your key metrics, and what options are available to you in Power BI?
Data no longer exclusively resides in on-premises data centres, with users gaining insight via a data extract from a relational database.
In this post, we investigate the powerful test and release capabilities of Power BI Premium.
Have you ever wished for Power BI Premium features, but baulked at the price tag?
The Baker’s dozen originated from bakers adding the thirteenth loaf to avoid a beating for underselling bread. There will (hopefully?) be no such penalties for SQL Server indiscretions, but try to avoid adding technical debt to undersell your future happiness.
How do you manage SQL Server?
Azure Data Studio is the new (ish) open-source, cross-platform tool from Microsoft to manage and interact with your SQL Servers or PostgreSQL instances. If you haven’t used it yet, I recommend you check it out (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/azure-data-studio).
You don't pay for Azure services, you only pay for things you forget to turn off.
“Using the word cosmos rather than the word universe implies viewing the universe as a complex and orderly system or entity; the opposite of chaos” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmos
Your Power BI data model resides in one of two cloud services:
- Power BI, or
- Azure Analysis Services.
Which will you choose? Read on....