Yesterday I caught a retweet from Jen Underwood (T | B) that got me really excited – it was about the release of a Rest API for PowerBI that allows you to consume datasets and show datasets in you own applications, webpages.
Create real-time dashboards from your appliation
Uncover real-time insights from devices, sensors and applications. Use the Power BI REST API or Azure Stream Analytics to push data directly from your application into a dashboard in Power BI.
Visualize data the way you want
We’re enabling developers to easily add custom visuals into Power BI for use in dashboard, reports and content packs. To help you get started, we’ve published the code for all of our visualizations to GitHub.
Integrate with Power BI
Create and publish content from your application into Power BI. Use Power BI to accelerate your solutions and focus on your core value.
Learn more about it on https://powerbi.microsoft.com/developers
Blogpost first published by Regis Baccaro on https://theblobfarm.wordpress.com/2015/06/14/sql-saturday-denmark-413-schedule-is-live/
After 2 weeks of moving sessions around and finding the best mix and match of DEV, BI, DBA, Azure and SharePoint content it is my pleasure to publish the schedule for SQL Saturday 413 which will be held in Copenhagen on September 19th at the IT university of Copenhagen. Continue reading →
Finally after months testing and fiddling with new features, the SSIS team have released a new Feature Pack for SSIS 2012 and 2014. One of the most interesting features included here, is the ability to instantiate and delete objects in Azure, this means that you now can include Azure in your daily on-prem ETL-FLOW – How neat is that? Continue reading →
This weekend I was attending SQLSaturday Portugal both as an attendee and a speaker, I had a Hands-on Lab on the topic “Automatic deployment af Azure Big Data solution with Powershell”. A rather large topic for just 1½ hours, put I think the attendees had a good time and the room was packed. There was room for 16 in the classroom and every seat was taken, I need to get the exercises trimmed a bit, as there were too many and maybe a bit to complicated. The amount of exercises would fit a 3 hour session or perhaps a precon (well, I might consider that for another event). Continue reading →
Join us for a weekend of fun and hacking at the Microsoft big data hackathon – Copenhagen to hack for a good cause. Assemble a team, learn and share, and make friends as you solve real-world problems. Listen to talks on data science, big data, machine learning, and PowerBI.
Kongens Lyngby 2800
Who Should Attend
This event is open to anyone interested in Big Data, BI and Data Visualization: Continue reading →
During the build conference last week, there were quite a few good announcements – most of the cheering was no doubt given to the HoloLens, which is one amazing piece of technology (I personally need one ASAP). But from my professional perspective, on of the most interesting announcements was given late in the conference, and it is centered around Data and Azure. Continue reading →
Just last year I was send on training in Prague – the technology I was training myself in was Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) from Microsoft, now known as Analytics Platform System (APS). Continue reading →