Posts By: Miguel Llopis

Announcing support for Amazon Redshift connectivity in the Power BI service

A few months ago we released a Preview of the Amazon Redshift connector in Power BI Desktop. This new connector allows users to easily build reports based on their Redshift data, either by importing the data into Power BI Desktop or by using DirectQuery mode. Today we are very excited to announce support for Redshift-based reports in the Power BI Service, allowing users to publish their reports to unlock seamless consumption of reports & dashboards based on Redshift data. In this blog post, we will show you step-by-step how to accomplish this task.

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Power BI enables connectivity to Snowflake

As part of the Power BI Desktop August Update we are very excited to announce a preview of a new data connector for Snowflake. Snowflake is a cloud-native elastic data warehouse service that makes it easy to bring together data from disparate data sources and make it available to all users and systems that need to analyze it. With the new Power BI Desktop connector, users can import data from Snowflake, combine it with data from other sources and build rich data visualizations as part of their Power BI reports.

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Connecting to SAP Business Warehouse Server using Power BI

One of the new features in the Power BI Desktop March Update is a new connector for SAP Business Warehouse Server. This connector is currently available as a Preview feature, allowing Power BI and SAP customers to evaluate its capabilities and share feedback with our team to help us improve its functionality before making it available as a mainstream, fully supported, Power BI connector.

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