Microsoft Power BI

We know that all BI projects typically involve within integrating data from multiple sources, performing data transformations, cleaning of data and complex calculations, analyze large data sets with rapid query response and create insightful reports and visualizations.

The basic goal of Microsoft Power BI is that to focus on business health and performance by gathering insights into business health process and provides a way to take corrective actions in a timely fashion.

Power BI is the collection of online services and features which provides an environment to promote self-service BI to the end user, support power query and power pivot. It provides a platform to end user to assist with data import, create datasets, and create reports and dashboards.



The Power BI service is something that accessible to subscribed users. If user has 365 office licenses then general Power BI license is free. Once user is logon on Power BI Service (http://app.powerbi.com), user has access to personal workspace and group workspaces that contains building block elements such as datasets, reports and dashboards.  Power BI service supports power query features for data import, data transformation, power pivot and DAX used for data modeling. It also provides authoring environment for reports and dashboards also.


Analyzing and Visualizing Data with Power BI Analyzing and visualizing the business data with Power BI, Microsoft’s latest business intelligence tools and services. 
Power BI is a cloud-based business analytics service that helps create live operational dashboards from on-premises and cloud data in one central location that you can access across a range of devices.
Power BI Desktop provides a free-form canvas for drag-and-drop data exploration as well as an extensive library of interactive visualisations, simple report creation, and fast publishing to the Power BI service.


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