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
Yesterday was a really good day for everyone doing Power BI – as the July update revealed some very exciting news. Among these the long awaited feature, that enables you to refresh data from your On-Prem datasource to Power-BI. Continue reading →
We have the pleasure to invite you to join 3 of our best consultants when they participate and speak at SQL Saturday in New York city on May the 30th.
Join us to learn more about the future of Microsoft Business intelligence stack. Power BI, predictive analytics and Machine Learning. Enabling you to have a deeper understanding of how the Microsoft BI stack will look in the future.
SQLSaturdays are a free 1-day training events for SQL Server professionals that focus on local speakers, providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions, and making it all happen through the efforts of volunteers. Only cost will be travel and accommodation.
Rehfeld will do the planning to ensure that we beside the event get time to network and share knowledge and answer questions together with the Rehfeld speakersand other participants.
The New York event will take place on Time Square at Microsoft Office and will be delivered by 70 speakers from all over the globe making sure of the quality and the diversity of the sessions. Where ever you are interested in development, Business intelligence or infrastructure this is the place to be on May the 30th.
We are also planning a Round table event with program managers from Microsoft, where we can have an informal discussion about the SQL Server Road-map, Power BI Road-map, and ask questions to the experts.
But be fast because the seating is limited. Make sure to give us your feedback as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please mail us and indicate if this would be interesting, and we will start plan the trip.
Looking forward to seeing you in New York.
Yesterday was a really good day for all doing Mobile BI on Microsoft BI Stack, as Microsoft acquired Datazen. Datazen has been in the mobile BI market for quite some time now and their product is really stable and delivers a great front-end for data in the any company. Continue reading →