I’d like to thank you all for attending the webinar held on 30th September 2016. I talked about some amazing under cover aspects of Power BI Desktop model. In this session you learnt:
If you’ve missed the webinar you can watch it online here:
Download the Power Point presentation file here.:
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In the previous post I announced that I will speak in “Visualising Your Azure SQL Data Warehouse with Power BI” webinar on 23 Jan 2016. The webinar host was Pass Business Intelligence Virtual Chapter. It was such an amazing experience for me to speak in the webinar and I would like to thank all 105 attendees. The attendees showed their enthusiasm by asking lots of questions during the webinar.
In this webinar I demonstrated:
- How to install Azure SQL DW in Azure Portal
- How to configure firewall settings from Azure Portal and SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) 2016
- How to connect directly from Azure SQL DW to Power BI Service and the other way around
- How to visualise you Azure SQL DW data warehouse data with Power BI Desktop (both Data Import and DirectQuery scenarios)
- Comparing the features of different scenarios that helps you finding the best for your use cases
and much more…
You can see and download the session materials as follows.
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It’s such an honor that I’m invited to speak in Pass Business Intelligence Virtual Chapter webinar which will be held on 23 Jan 2016. I would be very happy to have you all in the webinar.
You can register here.
You can register and subscribe for Pass upcoming events here.
- Introduction to Power BI
- Introduction to Azure SQL Data Warehouse
- Azure SQL Data Warehouse Installation/Configuration
- Connecting Directly from Azure SQL Data Warehouse to Power BI Service
- Creating Simple Reports on Power BI Service
- Visualising Azure SQL Data Warehouse Using Power BI Desktop
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