05-21-2020 04:11 AM
Until recently, embedding Power BI analytics into applications was primarily associated with ISVs quickly and easily providing customer-facing reports and dashboards in their own SaaS offerings, using and branding Power BI as their own. That is now changing as enterprises across all industries increasingly recognize the value of embedded analytics in addressing time and ease-of-use constraints, transforming interactions with employees, partners and customers, and that data-driven insights delivered in the context of decisions and transactions can immensely improve the user experience. In this session, learn about the latest innovations in Power BI embedded analytics as well as the upcoming roadmap for both partners and enterprises. Highlights include application lifecycle management, enterprise reporting support, embedded AI, and more!
The Developers 5 step guide to Power BI Embedded
Microsoft gradually shared information to help developers embed interactive Power BI data and dashboards in applications, websites, and portals. With the following five steps, you'll have a quick and easy way to create analytics in your app, site, or portal without having to develop and maintain yourself. Providing customers with a fully interactive view can help expand their product offerings.
Step 1: Set up your development environment
Step 2: Set up your Power BI Environment
Step 3: Create and publish content
Step 4: Embed your content for testing
Step 5: Move to Production
This is new in Power BI embedded technology you can find more detail by participating in the Upcoming Microsoft Business Application summit.