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Wir freuen uns sehr darüber, dass Wolfgang Straßer's Sessions am Data & BI Summit in Dublin unter den besten 10 Vorträgen waren! Aufgrund dieses Erfolgs wird er seine beiden Vorträge nochmals in Form von Webinaren für die Worldwide Power BI Usergroups halten.
Am 30. August 2018 um 19:00 Uhr fand das erste Webinar rund um Hybrid Power BI statt. Das zweite Webinar zum Thema "The Current State of Microsoft Reporting" findet am 24. Oktober 2018 statt. Zum Vormerken hier schon der Link zur Anmeldung.
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Hybrid Power BI – What Is Possible? What Do You Need
Powerbi.com was introduced as a cloud-based SaaS solution for self-service business intelligence (BI). Not limited to cloud datasources, powerbi.com can also connect to on-premises datasources. The connecting link is the on-premises data gateway that allows powerbi.com to connect to numerous on-premises datasources. But hybrid Power BI can also be seen as bringing Power BI to your on-premises servers. With the release of Power BI Report Server (PBIRS) the first step was taken. Join this session if you want to know more about: how to install and configure the on-premises data gateway; the differences between the personal and the enterprise gateway; architectures for hybrid Power BI systems; security configurations that are essential; and best practices for implementing successful hybrid Power BI projects.
The Current State of Microsoft Reporting
With the announcement of the Reporting Roadmap in 2015, Microsoft defined the fundamental concepts of their reporting future. The basic principles in this "reporting manifesto" are: harmonized report types (paginated, mobile, interactive and Excel reports); cloud and on-premises feature parity; SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) are the on-premises report distribution platform; and unified mobile experience. SQL Server/SSRS 2016 was the first step into the reporting future; the story continued with SSRS 2017 and with Power BI Report Server (PBIRS). This session will look at the current state of implementation. What was planned, what is already available today, and what are the missing points so far?