Composite Model - What works and what doesn't by examples
Since the introduction of Composite Models in November 2018, one of the most asked for enhancements has been the support of Power BI datasets and Azure Analysis Services data models.
Since December 2020, this feature was released for public preview and is causing a lot of buzz.
This session is demoing this feature, explains terms (like islands), and lists aspects that have to be considered during implementation.
Thomas “Tom” Martens has been awarded as an MSFT Data Platform MVP and works as Solution Architect at Munich Re. For 20+ years, Tom delivers Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, and Analytics solutions. His current interest is in data visualization and applying analytical methods to small and large amounts of data. Tom is a regular speaker at conferences like SQL Server Konferenz, datamindsconnect. He also speaks at SQL Saturdays and user groups. Tom is the co-author of the book “Pro DAX with Power BI.”