Power BI Architecture for Multi-Developer Tenant Using Dataflows and Shared Datasets

Using Power BI is simple, however, using it properly, needs a good architecture. In a multi-developer tenant, the architecture of a Power BI implementation should allow multiple developers to work on the same solution at the same time. On the other hand, the Power BI architecture should be designed in a way that different layers Read more about Power BI Architecture for Multi-Developer Tenant Using Dataflows and Shared Datasets[…]

Move Your Shared Tables to Dataflow; Build a Consistent Table in Power BI

I have written previously about the use cases of Dataflow in Power BI, and one of them was using one Power Query table in multiple Power BI reports. However, I that article just covered the surface, and I still see many solutions duplicating Power Query scripts in multiple files which brings a lot of inconsistency Read more about Move Your Shared Tables to Dataflow; Build a Consistent Table in Power BI[…]

How to Use Dataflow to Make the Refresh of Power BI Solution FASTER!

Does it take a long time to get your data refreshed in your Power BI model? Should you wait for hours for the refresh to finish because you have complex transformations behind the scene? Does the long refresh time make it hard for you to develop your solution? The good news I have for you Read more about How to Use Dataflow to Make the Refresh of Power BI Solution FASTER![…]

Workaround for Computed Entity in Power BI Pro: Dataflow in Power BI

I have previously written about What dataflow is and scenarios of using it. I also wrote an article about Computed Entity and the important role of that for performance and data lineage. However, a Computed entity is a premium-only feature. There are sometimes that you don’t really need premium functions of Power BI, and only Read more about Workaround for Computed Entity in Power BI Pro: Dataflow in Power BI[…]

AI in Dataflow, Azure ML Studio Integration with Power BI Services – Part 3

  In the last two parts, first how we able to use cognitive service in Power BI service (Data flow) has been explained. Then in the second one, the process of using a Pre-built machine learning model for prediction ( classification, regression, and forecasting) has been explained. In this post, I am going to show Read more about AI in Dataflow, Azure ML Studio Integration with Power BI Services – Part 3[…]

AI in Dataflow, Power BI Service, Auto Azure ML – Part2

In the last post, the process of using Cognitive services Text analytics has been presented.   In this post, I will show how to user pre-built AI using some predefined machine learning algorithms in Power BI Service in Data flow. I will follow the same example I show in the Azure ML Studio and Power Read more about AI in Dataflow, Power BI Service, Auto Azure ML – Part2[…]

Linked Entities and Computed Entities; Dataflows in Power BI Part 4

In previous articles, I explained what is the Dataflow and where to use it, I also explained how to create a dataflow, and what is the common data model. In this article, I’m explaining one of the differences between Dataflow and the Power Query in Power BI Desktop, which is Linked Entities and Computed Entities. Read more about Linked Entities and Computed Entities; Dataflows in Power BI Part 4[…]

AI in Dataflow, Power BI webservice, Cognitive Service -Part1

These days, Dataflow (Power Query in Power BI Service) is a new feature that has been released. according to[1]: Dataflow is a Power Query process that runs in the cloud independently from any Power BI reports. If you want to know more about dataflow see [1]   There is a new feature in dataflow that Read more about AI in Dataflow, Power BI webservice, Cognitive Service -Part1[…]

What is the Common Data Model and Why Should I Care? Part 3 of Dataflow Series in Power BI

In the last two articles, you have learned what is Dataflow and sample use case scenarios of that in Power BI, and also you learn how to create a dataflow. Before going any further in the dataflow discussion, we have to make a quick pause and talk about the Common Data Model (CDM). Dataflow integration Read more about What is the Common Data Model and Why Should I Care? Part 3 of Dataflow Series in Power BI[…]

Getting Started With Dataflow in Power BI – Part 2 of Dataflow Series

In the previous article, I mentioned what is the Dataflow, how it can be helpful, and mentioned some of the use cases of it in real-world Power BI implementation. In this article as the second part of the series for the Dataflow, I like to give you some hands-on experience with Dataflow and explain how Read more about Getting Started With Dataflow in Power BI – Part 2 of Dataflow Series[…]