A lot of people think the Power BI team is strictly focused on the visualization of data, but actually Power BI sits within a larger organization called Business Application Platform Innovation (BAPI) whose charter is to not just make data actionable through visualization, but also to simplify the automation and acquisition of that data. To that end the team has built Microsoft PowerApps for acquisition and Microsoft Flow for automation.
Announcing Microsoft Flow General Availability, with Stephen Siciliano
On November 7, 2016, we'll be hosting a webinar to announce Microsoft Flow General Availability. In this webinar, Group Program Manager Stephen Siciliano will show how Microsoft Flow is an easy-to-use product that helps you set up automated workflows between your favorite apps and services. You can synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and much more. For preview customers already familiar with Microsoft Flow, Stephen will also cover the changes for release and how you can take advantage of using Microsoft Flow for production applications.
Monday, November 7, 2016 at 10 a.m. PT
About Stephen Siciliano
Stephen was the Chief Design Officer of MetricsHub, a SaaS company that kept its customers' cloud applications up and running for the lowest possible cost. MetricsHub was acquired by Microsoft in March 2013, and Stephen joined the Microsoft Azure team to develop monitoring, management and automation experiences for Azure customers, in particular Azure Autoscale and Alerts and Azure Logic Apps. In 2016 Stephen became the Group Program Manager for Microsoft Flow, an easy to use software as a service SaaS offering that enables business users easily to automate time-consuming tasks and processes.