This is episode 14 recorded on September 8th, 2017 where John & Jason talk about Power BI Drill through Reports, Timeline Storyteller Visual, Microsoft Forms with Microsoft Flow and Power BI, and Microsoft Ignite.
This is episode 12 recorded on August 23rd, 2017 where we talk about the new SharePoint Communication Sites, OneDrive’s new sharing functionality, when times are not times, and the difference between embedding reports & Power BI Embedded.
SharePoint Communication Sites and Power BI – a security nightmare? Where to put the report…..
Comm sites do not tie to an Office 365 Group, therefore no Power BI Workspace to publish to
John White recently published a couple of posts to help clarify the licensing requirements around the Power BI web part for SharePoint. The first, “What License is Needed to Use the Power BI Web Part?” deals with the nuances of using Power BI Pro vs the Premium licensing model.
In this episode, John and Jason look specifically the July 2017 updates to Power BI in the Desktop, the service, and to the On-Premises Data Gateway. Additionally, we talk about the fact that in September, we’ll be recording in front of a live audience at the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando!
What’s in the new Power BI Desktop Client
– Table & matrix visual
– Custom visuals store
New On-Premises Data Gateway in July
– Keeps the mashup (Power Query) engine in sync with Desktop update
No changes to the new Premium licensing SKU yet for Power BI
Power BI Reporting Server licensing questions
Microsoft Workplace Analytics goes General Availability
Power BI web part is GA, but it still says”Preview” in the service. What’s up with that?
After a long hiatus, Jason and John are back with the podcast! The format has changed, and now it’s audio-only (for the moment at least) and we’re trying to keep it down to a consumable 30 minutes.
In this re-launching episode both Jason and John were in Johannesburg for the Share conference, and took the opportunity to discuss all of the important announcements coming out of the Microsoft Data Analytics summit, which was happening half a world away in Seattle.
Topics discussed include:
– Changes to the Power BI Free and Pro SKU
– Announcement of additional tiers of Premium Pricing for Power BI
– General Availability of the Power BI Web Part for SHarePoint Online
– Changes to the Power BI Embedded platform
– Power BI Reporting Server
– Power Apps and Flow integration with Power BI