BI-RoundUp – Power BI (On-Premise Gateway Update – Developer Community Update)
Here is this week’s BI-RoundUp. I am hopeful that by this time next week the latest version of Power BI Desktop will be released!
Power BI – On-Premise Gateway Update
By far the biggest news is the capability to use Custom Data Connectors in the Personal Versions of the On-Premise Data Gateway. The Power BI Team did indicate in the blog post that support in the Enterprise version will be coming in a few months. This is fantastic to see it being made available.
There now is single sign on support using Kerberos for SAP Business Warehouse Server
And finally, there is the updated version of the Mashup Engine to the April version of Power BI Desktop
Here is a link to the blog post: On-premises data gateway April update is now available
Power BI – Developer Community Update
As you can see above for the Developer community update there now is the capability to leverage Custom Report Tooltips and the Q&A explorer.
There is now also new Azure Resource Metrics which allows for better metrics to understand how your Power BI Embedded application is working with the following metrics.
- It will show Memory usage being used
- It will show when there is Memory Thrashing, which is defined as when a report is trying to be run, and it needs to evict another dataset in order for your dataset to be loaded into memory. And this only applies to imported datasets.
- It will show QPU High Utilization which shows the Query Processing units every minute on your resources when it is about 80%
There is now the capability to set up alerts on your Azure resource.
Finally, there is a new learning channel to create custom visuals with a hands-on lab.
All the details of the blog post are here: Power BI Developer community April update