August 10, 2016: Power BI Architecture Design Patterns, Options and Implications


1515 SW 5th Ave. Suite 900, Portland, OR

Ron Ellis Gaut
Power BI Architecture Design Patterns, Options and Implications

Power BI has come of age and the platform is now fully capable of delivering enterprise-scale solutions to satisfy a broad range of business/technical requirements and use case scenarios.
The velocity of the Power BI product development is indeed impressive. As a result, the landscape for developers is continually changing from the steady flow new product features and capabilities. While it is challenging to keep current, as the platform matures we gain more architecture and design options for the solutions we create.
As with any type of software development, designing great solutions with Power BI begins with thoughtful consideration of the architecture. However, Power BI is still a relatively new product and thus it can be tough to know the best architecture choices for any given scenario.
In this presentation, Ron will delve into real world examples of Power BI architectural design options. Ron will talk about where these patterns fit best and the implications and trade-offs of design choices.

Ron Ron is co-founder of CSG Pro and VP, Analytics and Strategic Solutions. He is a seasoned Architect, Designer and Power BI Developer. For over two decades Ron has led the CSG Pro consulting team delivering BI and custom apps in Portland and across the country. For the last several years, Ron has focused heavily on Power BI and implementing client solutions on the platform. Ron is a founder and leader of the Portland Power BI User Group.

Paul Turley
PASS Summit session preview – “Reporting Services 2016: The Force Awakens”

Paul will preview topics for his Summit session…
Reporting Services 2016: The Force Awakens
Reporting Services was a sleeping giant, slumbering for years but now revitalized and improved. In the new world of SSRS, traditional RDL reports integrate with mobile dashboards and reports, Power BI and Excel. You’ll receive guidance and learn best practices to design and orchestrate integrated reporting and BI solutions with improved Reporting Services features and the new report portal and HTML5.

Paul TurleyPaul (Blog | LinkedIn | Twitter) is a Mentor with SolidQ and a Microsoft SQL Server MVP. He consults, writes, speaks, teaches & blogs about business intelligence and reporting solutions. He works with companies around the world to visualize and deliver critical information to make informed business decisions. He is a Director of the Oregon SQL PASS chapter & user group, the lead author of Professional SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services and 13 other titles from Wrox, Packt & Microsoft Press.

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