Power BI Universe - Mapping the hive ( EN )

English Intermediate Technology

In this session, an Azure based solution will be created that maps your Power BI tenant. This solution, of course, also contains a Power BI report is part of this solution, allows you to see the data sources that are fueling your datasets, how many workspaces exist, and a lot more. This solution uses Power Shell, Azure Automation, Power BI Rest APIs, and some Azure-based storage.


Tom Martens

Lead Expert @ b.telligent

Thomas "Tom" Martens has been awarded as an MSFT Data Platform MVP and works as Lead Expert at b.telligent (www.btelligent.com). For 20+ years, Tom delivers Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, and Analytics solutions. His current interest is in data visualization and applying analytical methods to small and large amounts of data. Tom is a regular speaker at conferences like SQL Server Konferenz, datamindsconnect. He also speaks at SQL Saturdays and user groups. Tom is the co-author of the book "Pro DAX with Power BI."

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