Shortly after Premium capacities were announced for Power BI, I published a post titled Understanding the Power BI Capacity Based SKUs to help the Power BI community understand how this… Continue reading Understanding licensing for Microsoft Fabric from a Power BI perspective
At Microsoft Ignite this week, the Power BI team unveiled the next generation of the architecture for their “dedicated capacity” customers. This architecture promises to resolve many of the issues… Continue reading Introducing the new Power BI Premium “Gen-2” Architecture
The license for the rest of us Today at Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft announced the upcoming availability of a new licensing model for Premium features in Power BI entitled “Premium per… Continue reading Power BI Announces Premium-per-User licensing
*Update – October 2017* – This post is still valid but more options are now available. I have another post outlining the changes here. On May 3, Microsoft announced sweeping… Continue reading The Power BI Premium Pricing Model – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
For the past several releases, SQL Server has come in 6 possible editions. Developer, Express, Web, Standard, Business Intelligence, and Enterprise. Developer, Express and Web are for specific workloads, which… Continue reading SQL Server 2016–Which Edition Do You Need for Business Intelligence?