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Understanding Power BI Dataflows (sponsor A3)

  • In-Person @ 8000 Avalon Boulevard Alpharetta, Georgia, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

sponsor: A3 Solutions (remote)
Rob Lautt
cell: 5106847033

Featured Presentation:

Understanding Power BI Dataflows

Teo Lachev, SQL Server MVP Prologika

If you're a business user, you might know about Microsoft Flow. If you're a BI pro, you might have used the SSIS Control Flow and Data Flow. But do you know about the Power BI dataflow? Data preparation is often the most labor-intensive component of an analytics project and getting this right is vital if the results are to be accurate. While the growth of self-service BI has empowered users to answer important questions, ensuring well managed data is available to all employees remains one of businesses biggest challenges. Requiring no additional cost, dataflows are a building block of the Power BI ecosystem, providing a no-code/low-code approach using Power Query to create curated datasets that can be easily consumed by business analysts. Attend this presentation and you'll learn: How stage data with dataflows How dataflows can be used to create curated datasets How dataflows can be created with the click of a button, ingesting data from many well knows SAAS solution such as Dynamics and Salesforce More advanced integration scenarios with Power BI Premium

About Teo:
Teo Lachev is an internationally-recognized authority on Data Analytics. Through his Atlanta-based company Prologika, a Microsoft Gold Partner in Data Analytics, he helps organizations make sense of their most valuable asset: their data. His strategy formulation, trusted advisory and mentoring, design and implementation services empower clients to apply effectively data analytics in order to understand, improve, and transform their business processes. Teo has authored and co-authored several bestselling books on organizational and self-service data analytics, and he has been leading the Atlanta Microsoft BI and Power BI group since he founded it in 2010. Teo has been a Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) Data Platform since 2010.

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