My business has had a massive data overhaul in the last 18 months, with all of it being supported by Power BI with SQL server backend. I wanted to detail here my experience with going from literally nothing, to full use of Power BI, what problems we encountered, and how PBI and the Community helped us to overcome them.
Power BI has completly changed the way in which the business views and accesses data. Power BI has truly changed our workplace for the better.
I have prepared an article about a transitive closure in Power Query (coming in 2 weeks). I wanted to publish the article already, but I decided to wait a little bit and write another one about a performance boost I’ve used in the code. It is a lookup table in Power Query.
Power BI is a business analytics service by Microsoft. It aims to provide interactive visualizations and business intelligence capabilities with an interface simple enough for end-users to create their own reports and dashboards. Currently, there is no direct way of Implementing CICD in PowerBI. Using the Publish menu from the PowerBI Desktop is the easiest way to deploy/publish a report as of now. In this article, we are going to see how we can implement source control and CICD for PowerBI using Azure DevOps.