When you are amid a pesky IT issue, it can be difficult determining whether the problem is down to a bug/system fault or human error. Like this recent example involving Azure Data Factory illustrates, it is generally best to assume the latter, to avoid any prolonged difficulty.
Azure SQL Server has long supported the ability to use Azure Active Directory user accounts to access and work with databases. What you may not know is that it is also possible to add users via membership of a security group, a feature which, I believe, is incredibly useful for managing large-scale deployments.
For the past 13 weeks on the blog, I have delivered a series of posts concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, specifically focused towards providing a set of detailed revision notes that cover the broad array of Power BI features assessed as part of the exam. To round things off, today's blog will bridge together everything I [...]
Welcome to my tenth post in a blog series aimed to provide a revision tool for Microsoft Exam 70-778, and for those looking to increase their expertise in Power BI. In last week's post, we explored the possibilities developers have to leverage Power BI within their applications and how the Power BI API relates to [...]
The New Year is almost upon us, meaning its time to put in place some resolutions for the year ahead. I can think of no better commitment then to learn more about Power BI in 2019, which is hopefully the reason why you are reading this right now 🙂 . Welcome to the eighth post [...]
As we move into the festive period, now is the time to put your feet up, relax, take stock for the year ahead...or, if you are reading this over Christmas, grab the opportunity to learn more about Power BI 🙂 . In the seventh post in my series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, we move away [...]
Welcome to post number 6 in my series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778. The series aims to provide a revision tool for those who are looking at taking the exam and to also provide an introduction into some of the fundamental concepts around Power BI. As alluded to previously on the blog, Power BI is increasingly [...]
Another week, another Power BI post 🙂 This is the fifth post in my series focusing on Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I aim to provide a detailed overview and description of the skills needed to tackle the exam successfully. Last week's post rounded off the opening theme, Consuming and Transforming Data By Using Power BI [...]
Welcome to the third post in my series on Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I aim to provide a detailed overview and description of the skills needed to tackle the exam successfully. We saw in the previous post how we could use the Power Query Editor to perform a multitude of different transformations against data sources; [...]
Welcome to the second post in my series concerning Microsoft Exam 70-778, where I hope to provide a detailed revision tool for those preparing to take this exam. Last week's post introduced the fundamental notions behind connecting to data sources in Power BI Desktop, and we will lead on from this to look at the [...]