set of curated resources that will get you started. The resources are split into a number of sections that roughly follow the order of your design decisions. With the wide variety of possible architectures, this post concentrates on a data reporting and analytics style of solution.
One of the most challenging aspects of developing your own application is adding reporting capabilities. Power BI Embedded gives you the ability to include the capabilities of Power BI while hosting the reports in your application. This post provides a curated resource guide.
The Ingestion and Transforming of data in Microsoft’s Azure Platform can cover a wide variety of topics a Microsoft Azure Data Engineer needs to know. This post covers some must-have documentation, tutorials, and demos to help you through the topic.
This walk-through and resource list will provide an introduction of Power BI’s Object-Level Security (OLS) and when combined with Row-Level security (RLS), you can secure and hide specific metrics, measures, tables, or columns from report viewers when using Roles.
The hardest aspect of Microsoft Ignite was keeping up with all the announcements, especially this year with what seems a focus on the overall state of the enterprise and self-service analytics. This post provides a round-up to the various announcements and sessions in the Data & AI Platform, Power BI, Azure Data Factory, Azure Purview, and associated technologies.
With the announcement of Azure Purview, it is a great time to review some of the key features and provide a learning path made up of free online resources to help you get up to speed. This article will take you through an overview of Azure Purview by setting the stage focusing on Data Governance and providing links to the next steps.