Power BI Service 2019 release wave 2
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We are continuing toward our vision of enabling customers to standardize on a single platform for self-service analytics and enterprise BI. Our investments include:
- Self-service analytics: With deep feedback from our community, we are adding new features to make Microsoft Power BI easier and more delightful to use as well as new capabilities for power users who want to push the limits of what they thought possible.
- Enterprise reporting: As organizations seek to standardize their BI platform, the need for advanced reporting scenarios increases, whether that is content organization, managed distribution, lifecycle management, or more advanced reporting. We will continue adding capabilities to meet the needs of these advanced enterprise use cases.
- Enterprise datasets: Standardized BI deployments put more demands on data models, including larger data volumes, increased model complexity, and the need for collaboration across teams. New capabilities make this possible.
- Enterprise administration: An enterprise-wide BI platform must be manageable, governable, and conform to an organization’s security policies. We are investing in new experiences for admins to get visibility into their tenant’s content, track lineage, understand impact, and set granular policies and controls, among other improvements to make Power BI work at scale.