After this session, you will be able to conceptualize and implement different Power BI refresh scheduling patterns in ADF/Synapse. You’ll learn what limitations in Power BI you can overcome with an “external” orchestration tool as well as the different building blocks available. Finally, we will go through an example implementation as well as a step-by-step demo of how you can set this up yourself.
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Why do you need subnets? What addresses can we use? And what is the difference between a /16 and a /24 subnet anyway? Virtual Networks and subnets can be daunting in Azure, yet they are fundamental to so many resource types. In this session we'll cover everything you need to know to get started with creating your own virtual network are carving it up into subnets of various sizes to meet your needs. So next time you need to create a subnet to join your Azure SQL VM to, you'll know exactly how to plan for this and implement accordingly.
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Data Governance is an enabler. Explore what the new world of Data Governance is and how we help businesses understand the benefits, why it is important, and how to get started in simple agile steps and where Microsoft Purview fits.
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In this session I’ll show you a practical, visual and less verbose steps that are performed to evaluate the CALCULATE expression that has multiple filters/modifiers.
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In this session we will take a look into some external tools and how can they help us take the our development skills to another level. From the creation of metrics to the deployment of models the usage of Power BI can be optimize using external tools. This session is for intermediate users that already know their way into Power BI but want to increase their development skills and speed.
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Create a Power BI report where the user can choose the display language of headers and content.
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Many improvements in the accessibility of user interfaces are the result of small changes. In this quick session, you’ll learn about five design changes that greatly increase the accessibility of your Power BI reports that require minimal effort to implement.
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Are you planning to apply for a data analyst job where you need to use Power BI but don't have any or minimal experience? Let me help you! In this session, I will show you one trick on how to stand out even without experience. The trick is simple but effective. It will help you demonstrate that you can create a Power BI report, and you will catch the eye of the recruiter.
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An introductory session aimed at users working in low database maturity businesses who are looking to take the first step into structured data organisation.
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Implementing the Power BI Metrics feature in your organization.
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An introduction to the concepts of data storytelling, and how to apply these concepts in a Power BI Visual Report.
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Can we make the complex Dungeons and Dragons character sheet accessible using Power BI and low-code solutions? Lots of demos and banter between these speakers
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Ever come across a Power BI report that looks like it was built by 20 different people? Avoid report noise and learn how to build your very own Power BI UI templates by creating standardised visuals, slicers, colour palettes and more!
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Panel Discussion moderated by Richard Campbell of RunAs Radio!
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Microsoft Power Automate, previously Microsoft Flow, is cloud software that enables employees to create and automate workflows and tasks across multiple applications and services without the help of developers.
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Power BI has many amazing features that will make life much easier and more efficient. Yes, incremental refresh is one of them, so you read the official Microsoft documentation. Maybe once, then again, just a few more times. Now you have more questions than answers. Or was that just how I felt? If you thought the same thing or want to ask questions, this session is for you. This session will look at setting up incremental refreshes for both Dataflows and Datasets. Explain what ALL the different settings mean and words we can all understand. How will I perform this daring feat? Using a combination of words, pictures and examples. As part of the presentation, I will share the demo code so you can try this at home. Leaving this session, you will understand how to configure Incremental Refresh and use it when you return to your office. You will have a link to the code shown as part of the session. So that you to can see how it works.
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When you start noticing that you're duplicating the same DAX in lots of measures, calculation groups can come to the rescue. They may sound scary and complicated, but in this session we'll show you that they are really very approachable and incredibly useful. You'll learn what they are and how to create them and we'll explore key features and usage scenarios. Once you see how much they can simplify your life, you'll start looking for excuses to use calculation groups in all your models!
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Discover secrets of tooltip design in Power BI. Learn how to upgrade your tooltips with DAX, add dynamic charts to report page tooltips, and add design elements to information/help tooltips.
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In this action-packed session we will investigate how the Power BI engine works. From loading the data through M to its fast vertipaq engine.
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In this session we’ll deep-dive into the link feature, a revolutionary new hybrid capability bridging the SQL Server and Managed Instance that provides the ultimate freedom of movement between the two. The feature provides never-before possible hybrid connectivity and near real-time database replication between SQL Servers 2016-2022 and Managed Instance, including industry’s first bidirectional data movement and online failover (Disaster Recovery) between SQL Server 2022 and SQL Managed Instance. You don’t even need to migrate to the cloud to use it – remain running on your existing SQL Server and use the modern Azure services by offloading R/O workloads and analytics to the cloud. When ready to migrate, use it as the best possible minimum downtime migration option in Azure. Need to move back from Azure to SQL Server on-premises, or anywhere else? No problem, use it all in reverse and replicate your online and near real-time from Managed Instance back to SQL Server 2022.
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