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On-premises data gateway September update is now available

We are happy to announce that we have just released the September update for the On-premises data gateway (version 14.16.6808.1)

Introducing the ‘new look’ of workspaces in the Power BI service

Today, I’m excited to introduce the new look of workspaces in the Power BI service. Check it out!

Announcing: Copy a Visual as an Image

Announcing – Copy a Visual as an Image in Power BI Service

Premium Capacity Metrics app – new health center with KPIs to explore relevant metrics and steps to mitigate issues

When you open the Power BI Premium metrics app you’re presented with the Capacity health center, which provides an overview of the health of your Power BI Premium capacity.

Power BI Mobile “new look” is now GA and includes your activity feed

Today, the new look for Power BI Mobile is generally available (GA) and becomes the default look for all users. You no longer need to turn the new look on in the app settings (and, you also can’t turn it off). So, now when you open Power BI mobile app, you’ll land on the new home page, where you can easily find and access the most recent and frequent items you usually use in Power BI.

Analyze LinkedIn Sales Navigator usage data in Power BI

The LinkedIn Sales Navigator Analytics Integration allows teams to seamlessly view and analyze Sales Navigator usage data within Power BI to increase sales effectiveness and maximize productivity.

Power BI at Microsoft Ignite Virtual Conference

As has been the case this entire year due to these unprecedented circumstances, Microsoft Ignite is going virtual. Join us between September 22nd and 24th.  If you have not registered already, there’s still time so we hope you take a few minutes and Register Here.  Power BI will be featured prominently during live sessions as well as several on-demand sessions.  Additionally, you can join live Ask the Expert sessions to ask additional questions specific to your organization.

Join Us! Monthly Power BI Dev Camp is Here! Starting Thursday August 27, 2020

This month’s Power BI Dev Camp topic is “Developing with .NET Core”. Learn how to develop custom web applications for Power BI using .NET Core 3.1 and .NET 5. In this session, campers will learn best practices for acquiring and caching access tokens in cloud-based development and learn a structured approach for implementing Power BI embedding. Campers will also learn how to integrate Node.js and webpack support into a .NET Core web application project to achieve strongly-typed programming when writing client-side TypeScript code against the Power BI JavaScript API.

Power BI Developer community April & May update

This blog post covers the latest updates for Power BI embedded analytics and Custom Visuals.

New Power BI Premium summary and workload metrics available in the admin portal

We have rolled out a new high-level summary metrics experience in the Power BI Admin Portal . This new experience replaces the four summary tiles you previously saw : CPU, Memory thrashing, Memory usage and DirectQuery with wide range of metrics measuring the summary of usage in the last 7 days to better portray the health … Continue reading “New Power BI Premium summary and workload metrics available in the admin portal”

Announcing New Workspace Experience General Availability (GA)

I’m happy to announce that starting today, the New Workspace Experience has reached General Availability (GA). With the new workspace experience, Power BI workspace admins can use security groups to manage access to workspaces, enable BI teams to create workspaces without needing to create an Office 365 Group, and to provide granular workspace roles to … Continue reading “Announcing New Workspace Experience General Availability (GA)”

Power BI Developer community August 2019 update

This blog post covers the latest updates for Power BI embedded analytics and Custom Visuals.

Unlock Petabyte-Scale Data Sets in Power BI with Aggregations – Upcoming General Availability!

With Power BI aggregations, organizations can perform petabyte-scale analytics with instant response times, exploring and analyzing trillions of rows of data and interactively extracting insights on the fly. Aggregations can dramatically reduce the cost of unlocking large datasets for decision making.

Building our report on the opioid crisis for the Gartner bakeoff

You might have read in our previous blog post that Microsoft were invited to take part in the Gartner Data and Analytics summit’s “Bakeoff” competition. We wanted to give you all a feel for the demo we presented at the bakeoff and describe some of the steps we went through in preparing the data and report for it.

Microsoft at Gartner Data and Analytics Summit 2018 in Grapevine, TX

In early March, more than 3,000 data and analytics leaders will gather in Grapevine, Texas for the 2018 Gartner Data and Analytics Summit. Microsoft is excited to sponsor this event and bring some of our best thought leaders and experts to meet with you to discuss how to drive data and analytics into the core of your business.

Balanced Scorecards in Power BI

While the Power KPI visual has been a necessary building block for us in the presentation of KPIs, by itself it doesn’t provide a scorecard layout. Some users, including executives, really wanted a tabular, scorecard style of KPIs. For this, we developed a second custom visual called Power KPI Matrix. Power KPI Matrix supports an unlimited number of KPIs in a single visual, along with optional categorizations, images, and sparklines. With the latest version, 2.0, it also includes an interactive pop-out of the full Power KPI chart within the visual for a given selected cell. While we developed it primarily for our own team and purpose, it has also been made available for free to the public.

Sessions for Data & BI Summit now available

The Data & BI Summit, held in Dublin, Ireland 24-26 April is quickly approaching and we are happy to announce that the schedule planner and sessions details are now available.

How Data will Influence the Future of Storytelling

The Future of StoryTelling Summit presented the perfect opportunity to showcase Power BI’s storytelling prowess. Of course, our team also learned some valuable lessons related to data-driven storytelling, and we’re excited to share these insights to strengthen your storytelling skills.

From Insights to Action with the Power Apps custom visual

Power BI makes it possible for anyone to explore data and find insights to make better business decisions. But often, the insight itself isn’t the end result – instead, an action needs to be taken. It could be identifying an underperforming sales region and initiating a targeted promotion to get it on track. Or it might be identifying suspicious sensor readings from manufacturing devices and creating a work order to investigate. With the new PowerApps custom visual for Power BI, taking action has never been easier or more integrated.

Your Power BI guide to SQL PASS Summit 2017

Are you excited for the SQL PASS Summit 2017? We certainly are! The Power BI team is gearing up for another jam-packed conference at the Seattle Convention Center next week and we look forward to…

Create interactive timeline visualizations for your data with the new timeline storyteller community visual

During the keynote of the 2017 Microsoft Data Insight Summit we showed a bunch of exciting new features. One that caught a lot of people’s eye, and is now available in the Office Store, is the timeline storyteller.

Here’s how Microsoft executives are using Power BI

The Customer Data and Analytics (CDnA) team at Microsoft enables strategic data insights that shape the entire organization, from high-level leadership policies to small product decisions. Both CDnA and the Power BI product have mutually benefited from a close relationship since the Power BI public preview in 2015. In fact, the early and ongoing input from this internal Microsoft team and its users has helped make Power BI the “enterprise ready”, robust, and feature-rich platform it is today. Learn more about the relationship between Power BI and CDnA, and how they use reports and dashboard to help run one of the world’s largest and fastest moving companies.