Thoughts On All The Recent Power BI/SQL Server 2016 BI/Excel 2016 News

Nice summary…

Chris Webb's BI Blog

The last few weeks have seen more Microsoft BI-related announcements in a short time than I can ever remember before. Some of them I’ve blogged about; most I’ve at least tweeted. For good summaries of what’s coming for Power BI, on-premises SQL Server BI and Excel 2016 I can recommend the following posts by other people, all of which are worth reading:

http://www.jenunderwood.com/2015/05/14/sql-server-bi-2016/

http://www.jenunderwood.com/2015/04/23/april-microsoft-bi-world-news/

http://byobi.com/blog/2015/05/ssas-related-enhancements-in-sql-server-2016/

https://gqbi.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/bi-nsight-excel-2016-power-bi-updates-including-new-data-sources-azure-sql-data-warehouse/

https://gqbi.wordpress.com/2015/05/07/bi-nsight-sql-server-2016-power-bi-updates-microsoft-azure-stack/

Even then I’m not sure everything has been covered, and because new stuff is coming thick and fast (custom regions in Power Map! DirectQuery/ROLAP in the cloud with Power BI connecting to Azure SQL Database!) it’s hardly worth trying. However, I do think this is as good a point as any to work out what I think about all this activity and where Microsoft is heading.

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