Recorded January 2017
Microsoft Power BI is a versatile tool. It can be used for reporting, transforming, and modeling data, plus much more. Due to Power BI’s varied features and capabilities, when organizations plan to roll it out there can be confusion as to who should use it and how. Is it purely a self-service BI tool meant for power users? Or could it be used by IT personnel, and if so, how? BlueGranite would like to help you gain a better understanding of how to effectively plan a Power BI rollout to your organization, minimizing risk through a step-by-step process.
Gain an understanding of how to avoid and manage risks with fractures in data management
Review deployment modes and determine who from your organization should be using Power BI
Javier is a Principal and Solutions Architect at BlueGranite. He develops and delivers business analytics solutions with a strong adherence to best practice patterns. He has expertise in dimensional modeling, MDX / DAX / Cube Development (SSAS), Power Query, PowerPivot, and more.
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