Inlägg av: Christian Wade

What’s new for SQL Server 2019 Analysis Services CTP 3.0

This is the first blog post dedicated to Analysis Services on the Power BI blog. As discussed in this post on the old Analysis Services team blog, Microsoft is moving off MSDN and TechNet blogs. We have made it clear that Power BI will be a one-stop shop for both enterprise and self-service BI on … Continue reading “What’s new for SQL Server 2019 Analysis Services CTP 3.0”

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Governance settings for Power BI cache refreshes from Azure Analysis Services

Power BI Live Connect reports allow the dataset to be stored in Azure Analysis Services (Azure AS) or SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) while the report itself resides in the Power BI service. Report interactivity can be enhanced by Power BI maintaining caches of dashboard tile data and report data for initial load. However, enterprise … Continue reading “Governance settings for Power BI cache refreshes from Azure Analysis Services”

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Power BI open-platform connectivity with XMLA endpoints public preview

Organizations embracing a data culture must find a way to create semantic models that serve as the single source of truth for the enterprise. With the sophisticated data modeling capabilities in Power BI, customers are building enterprise grade semantic models directly into Power BI datasets, which are then visualized on Power BI reports and dashboards. … Continue reading “Power BI open-platform connectivity with XMLA endpoints public preview”

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Incremental refresh & query folding

As part of our strategy to converge enterprise and self-service BI on Power BI as a single platform, we announced the public preview of incremental refresh last summer. While there is still more work to be done to get it to general availability, we have seen strong uptake of incremental refresh. Incremental refresh is a … Continue reading “Incremental refresh & query folding”

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