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Power BI May 2021 Feature Summary

It’s just over a week after MBAS. The storm has quieted down, and life is back to normal. This can only mean one thing – it’s time for this month’s update! Next to all the things we covered at MBAS there are more things happening, including a new preview of visual tooltips. Next to that, you can now quickly create reports from SharePoint lists and sensitivity labels are not inherited downstream. There is so much more in this update, so read on!

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Microsoft Business Application Summit Recap

There is a big chance you haven’t been able to catch all the news at MBAS or that some items just escaped your attention as they were drowned out by the next big thing. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. In this post we do our best to recap what happened en provide links to the detail blog posts where applicable. Also, we’ll list the session so you can go and re-watch them.

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Announcing Power BI Embedded Generation 2 (preview)

We are thrilled to announce that the second generation of Power BI Embedded, referred to as Embedded Gen 2, is available for its Azure subscribers to use during the preview period. All of the Power BI Embedded Gen 1 capabilities such as pausing and resuming the capacity, are preserved in Gen 2 and the price per SKU remains the same, however the Gen 2 capacity resource provides substantial improvements in performance, scale and much more.

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Paginated Reports January 2021 Feature Summary

Welcome to our very first update of 2021!  We have several exciting updates rolling out this month for paginated reports,  including  an improved editing and publishing experience in Power BI Report Builder, additional sample reports, Microsoft Dataverse connectivity and much more!  Read on to learn more about all of these exciting new developments.

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Moving on-premises AS and RS BI solutions to Azure – and closer to Power BI

With the availability of virtual machine images for SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) in Azure Marketplace, you can now more easily migrate your AS and RS BI solutions from on-premises to Azure! This is a great opportunity to move your multidimensional workloads closer to Power BI to reduce the physical distance between your AS servers and your Power BI reports. For the same reasons, it’s also a good idea to deploy Azure VMs running SSRS in the same region as your SSAS VMs, or to migrate your paginated reports to Power BI so that your reports have the most efficient connectivity to their data models.

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