Power BI Model Documenter v1.2.0

Time fore new enhancements to the Power BI model Documenter tool! I just presented the new enhanced version of the Power BI model Documenter at the Dutch Power BI User group. Soon, there will also be a recording online of the presentation that I will add to this post as soon as it is available. …

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Update: Move dataflows across workspaces

Over a year ago, I wrote a blog about moving dataflows across workspaces using a PowerShell script. Especially useful if you want to move dataflow logic from your development to test, acceptance or production workspace. I received a bunch of feedback on this script and run into some issues myself as well lately. It was …

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Will query folding apply to Power BI Composite models?

Recently, I run into a case where we wanted to combine Direct Query sources with imported data. Well, this functionality is actually called composite models nowadays. Having that said, let me start with managing some expectations for this post. The title says composite models, but I have to admit, it is not about the to …

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Leverage Power BI Deployment Pipelines with Premium per user licensing

At Microsoft Ignite, there were two really exciting announcements when it comes to enterprise features for Power BI. Both directly took my attention, as well as for many others. Obviously, the first one is Power BI Premium per user (PPU) licensing. Secondly, Deployment Pipelines reached General Availability! Two super important features for enterprises and the …

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[UPDATED] Power BI icon for Diagrams.net to draft full Power Platform Solutions

It is only a week ago when I posted the icon library for diagrams.net, also known as draw.io, wrote a blog about it and shared with all of you. Now it is already time to give it the first update! At Ignite 2020, Microsoft showed us the new Power Platform Icons for the very first …

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Power BI icon library for Diagrams.net (draw.io)

Recently, Dave Ruijter posted a blog about a library containing all the Azure Icons. He shared all icons in his GitHub repository which allows you to directly connect it to the tool Diagrams.net (previously known as draw.io) to draft your Azure architecture. One missing piece in this library was Power BI. Because of that, I …

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Bring existing tables to Power BI dataflows with Tabular Editor

In my previous blog, I wrote about using Tabular Editor to migrate existing (Azure) Analysis Services models to a Power BI data model. This is pretty awesome already! Once you moved your model to Power BI, you can also start using the functionality of the entire platform. One of the most useful features is dataflows …

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Migrate Analysis Services models to Power BI using Tabular Editor

Over the last two weeks, I had the pleasure to work on an innovative case where we wanted to migrate on premises Analysis Services models to a Power BI Premium data model. Definitely an interesting case! Because of this project I finally found some decent time to investigate XMLA endpoints for Power BI Premium! In …

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Personalize your Power BI page navigation

Back in January 2020, I visited the Power BI Days in Belgium, where I had a talk about custom page navigation in Power BI. I already started playing around with the Power BI REST API and URLs to create a personalized navigation. As other bloggers might recognize, I ended-up as a draft blog but I …

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Leverage Azure Cognitive Services in Power BI without Premium subscription

Recently, I was presenting my session about AI Capabilities for Power BI to make AI Accessible for Everyone for the Virtual Power BI Days Hamburg. A great event organized by Kathrin Borchert. Part of my session was about the Artificial Intelligence capabilities offered as part of Power BI Premium. A day later, Kathrin came up …

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