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Hi @adeelnazir786 ,
Power BI Embedded is based on page renders. Every time you open a page with Power BI object on it, considered as one page render. If you click on a slicer, then page renders again, if you click on a column chart and it cause other part of the report to slice and dice, then this counts as another page render. There are different buckets of page renders as listed in below section:
|NODE TYPE||VIRTUAL CORES||MEMORY||FRONTEND / BACKEND CORES||PEAK RENDERS PER HOUR||PRICE|
|A1||1||3 GB RAM||0.5 / 0.5 1||1 – 300||$1.0081/hour|
|A2||2||5 GB RAM||1 / 1 1||301 – 600||$2.0081/hour|
|A3||4||10 GB RAM||2 / 2||601 – 1,200||$4.0242/hour|
|A4||8||25 GB RAM||4 / 4||1,201 – 2,400||$8.0565/hour|
|A5||16||50 GB RAM||8 / 8||2,401 – 4,800||$16.13/hour|
|A6||32||100 GB RAM||16 / 16||4,801 – 9,600||$32.26/hour|
You could also refer to this link:
Sorry, i think you are not getting me. I want to know the refresh rate of data set.
Currently i have per second streaming data, will it be refresh on same rate or not on Embedded Web?
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