Power BI has completely transformed the way businesses utilize data to derive critical insights and thus make better informed decisions. Not just that easy to implement, Power BI offers robust access control and security through Active Directory (AD). As an organization grows,it becomes increasingly difficult for end users to discover and manage important Power BI content.
Microsoft comes with a new bunch of exciting Power BI Data connectivity and Data preparation updates in the month of September. Without further ado, let’s dive right in.
As announced by Microsoft on July 24, 2018, Power BI Management cmdlets are now available in Azure Cloud Shell, all thanks to the full support for .NET Core. Say no to frustrating version mismatches, PowerShell configuration issues or even assembly conflicts such as “Could not autoload matching module” or “Could not load file or assembly” with new functionality. Just head over to Azure Cloud Shell and run commands directly in the Azure data center where your Power BI tenant is hosted. The update is a great news for users who quickly want to get started without installing additional PowerShell modules locally.