Manage workspaces and datasets in Power BI

Intermediate
Data Analyst
Power BI

Once you have created your Power BI data sets and reports, it’s time to deploy them so the users can take advantage of all of your hard work. In this Learning Path, you will learn how to create workspaces in the Power BI service. You will deploy your Power BI artifacts here and share them to your users. You will also learn how to connect Power BI reports to on-premise data sources. Your users will appreciate seeing the latest data in your reports, so you will configure automatic refresh for your Power BI datasets. Row-level security allows you to create one report, but have users be restricted to see only the data that applies to them. This targets data to users, without having to create multiple reports.

This learning path can help you prepare for the Microsoft Certified: Data Analyst Associate certification.

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

This module explains how you can share reports and datasets with your users and how to create a deployment strategy that makes sense for you and your organization. Furthermore, you will learn about data lineage in Microsoft Power BI.

With Microsoft Power BI, you can build multiple reports from a single dataset, meaning that if you change the dataset, all reports will be updated with that change. Additionally, you can clean and prep data once rather than repeatedly for each report.

Row-level security (RLS) allows you to create a single or a set of reports that targets data for a specific user. In this module, you will learn how to implement RLS by using either a static or dynamic method and how Microsoft Power BI simplifies testing RLS in Power BI Desktop and Power BI service.