According to Gartner's latest magic quadrant for business intelligence platforms, Microsoft leads the way with respect to overall vision and the ability to execute on it. Power BI continues to grow in popularity with its similarity to other Microsoft products and growing list of features. It promotes interactive and self-service analytics on a secure cloud infrastructure. Some SaaS providers are turning to Power BI to give their customers the ability to consume content through mobile apps, internally developed apps or on the Power BI portal. Krux Analytics Inc., a software company for mining and drilling companies, is doing just that. This session is not about building visualizations in Power BI. It's about the framework and tools used in combination with Power BI to deliver an enterprise-class reporting platform. Some of the topics to be covered in this session include:
• Tabular Editor 3
• Azure DevOps (Continuous integration/Continuous delivery)
• Data Modelling
• Azure Synapse
• Azure Data Factory
• PowerShell scripts for Power BI administration
Philip Charbonneau is an information services professional with over 20 years of experience in business intelligence and systems analysis. He has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Guelph and a Masters Certificate in Business Analysis from York University's Shulich School of Business. Over his career, he has worked in the Education, Telecommunications, Oil and Gas, and most recently the Mining and Drilling sector. In his current role at Krux Analytics Inc., Philip is a Power BI embedded developer/administrator for a multi-tenant, multi-currency application, serving drilling and mining clients worldwide. Philip is passionate about bringing timely, accurate data to people to help drive informed business decisions.
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