Power BI Desktop — using On-Premises Data and options for SharePoint and SSRS

I've been branching out a lot recently to look at some of the Data Visualization tools in Microsoft products, but haven't had a chance to post much on them yet. My SQL Colleague, Sam Lester has been partnering with me on this, and recently published a nice post on the "current" options for Power BI…

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Power View for Everyone

——– Update November 2015: Looks like the links to the PowerView reports are no longer functional. I'll see if I can find a replacement ————– Really pleased to see there's a SharePoint Claim-Enabled site available to anyone with a Windows Live ID to experience how cool Power View reports are: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_business_intelligence1/archive/2012/02/07/power-view-overview.aspx That's the link to…

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Project Crescent is now Power View

I’m still really excited about the functionality for Project Crescent, but I’m having to rewire my brain to remember the new name: Power View. But if I rewire “SQL Denali” to “SQL Server 2012”, I guess I can put the two of them together. It’s also been tough for me to remember that there’s a space…

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