What You Need to Know to Administer Power BI

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We are very excited to start our series with Melissa Coates. Melissa is a data architect with a background in data warehousing and business intelligence. Her current professional focus is enterprise-level Power BI governance, deployment, security, and administration. As the owner of Coates Data Strategies, Melissa produces training and consults to help companies strengthen and sustain their data-driven initiatives. Melissa is a big supporter of the technical community and has been a Microsoft Data Platform MVP since 2013.

Melissa is going to talk about “What You Need to Know to Administer Power BI”

The Power BI administrator is a very high privilege role which includes a wide breadth of responsibilities. Some administration activities apply consistently for every organization, whereas others depend on how Power BI is being used for self-service and corporate business intelligence initiatives. Each organization’s needs related to security, governance, auditing, and data management influence the scope of responsibilities for a Power BI administrator. This session will cover considerations for effectively overseeing a Power BI implementation, as well as suggestions for what to focus on.

Register here: https://www.meetup.com/London-PUG/events/271055486/

Among many of her amazing work my personal favourites –

Planning a Power BI Enterprise Deployment
Power BI End-To-End Diagram
Power BI Permissions Diagram

Follow Melissa:

Twitter – https://twitter.com/sqlchick?lang=en
Blog – https://t.co/SqKa91uHb9?amp=1

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