Power BI – Upcoming analytics capabilities for big enterprise models
This session will review some of the recent and upcoming Power BI features (things like XMLA RW access, large models, composite models, performance accelerators) and discuss how they build up to an architecture supporting large enterprise models.
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Bogdan Crivat is a Director of Engineering for Power BI Enterprise & Analytics at Microsoft. He worked as an engineer starting around 20 years ago in the Analysis Services group, focusing on various components, from Data Mining to the data compression in the Vertipaq engine. After about 8 years in a few analytics-focused startups, Bogdan is back at Microsoft, leading the engineering group working on the Enterprise features of Power BI (Analysis Services, AI, Dataflows and Paginated Reports).
As program management lead in the Power BI engineering group, Christian is responsible for enterprise modeling features across Microsoft’s BI product portfolio including Power BI, Azure Analysis Services and SQL Server Analysis Services. Christian is a regular keynote speaker at large Power BI conferences and coined the term “clicky clicky draggy droppy” data analysis. Creator of the ALM Toolkit based on BISM Normalizer, a diff & merge tool for Analysis Services tabular models.
|18u25||Welcome and introductions|
|18u30||Power BI – Upcoming analytics capabilities for big enterprise models (90 minutes)|
|20u00||Q&A (30 minutes)|