Monitorizacion extrema de Power BI con la ayuda de Azure y Power Platform

Spanish Intermediate DATA & AI

¿Quién esta usando los informes? ¿cuántos clicks están lanzando al día? ¿cuál es rendimiento de esos Dashboards? Cuando queremos medir la experiencia de usuario y el retorno de la inversión (ROI) en PowerBI, siempre nos enfrentamos a este tipo de preguntas. En esta sesión veremos como varios componentes de la Power Platform y Azure nos pueden ayudar a responderlas. Tocaremos Azure Data Factory, Azure Data lake, Azure Alerts, Azure Log Analytics, Power Automate, Power BI e incluso Microsoft Teams. Navegaremos por la arquitectura de una solución real y comentaremos muchas lecciones aprendidas y buenas prácticas.


Ruben Pertusa Lopez

Global BI AI Manager - Data Lead Architect @ DUFRY - Microsoft MVP Data Platform

Ruben is a Global BI/BigData/AI Manager and Global Data Lead Architect at DUFRY HQ in Swtizerland, member of PASS Spanish Group and founder of SQLSaturday Madrid and Barcelona. Awarded with the Microsoft MVP in Data Platform for 7 years in a row. MCP and MCSA in SQL Server 2012. With more than 12 years of experience, he has been working in top projects for leading worldwide companies and teaching in the SolidQ BI Master. He has presented at the SQL Server 2008 R2 and 2014 Spanish launch event, PASS BA Chicago, TechNet Webcasts, Microsoft Partner Program and SolidQ Summit events.

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