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  • I am currently working with datasets in a PowerBI report of, around ~10Gb. It does take PowerBI some time (~20m) to load and compress the data into the .pbix file. This is entirely feasible and the performance is quite good. That said: there are some ...

  • This will be a good solution to your question. ------------------------------ Erich Dejesus BI Lead Aptude, Inc. Acworth GA +1 732-322-9402 ------------------------------

  • Hi, I recommend loading the data into a SSAS tabular model and then connecting live with Power BI. cheers Ben ------------------------------ Ben Oastler Practise Director - North America +61411681138 ------------------------------

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  • Your welcome! ------------------------------ Erich Dejesus BI Lead Aptude, Inc. Acworth GA +1 732-322-9402 ------------------------------

  • ​Erich Thanks for the reply, and thanks to few others who responded directly to me. With some trial and error we resolved this issues to install the gateway. In addition we had some challenges in terms of setting up the right roles and permission ...

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  • Our next meetup is Thursday, 1/18/2018

    Meeting Topic: Data Modeling and Power BI

    We’re excited to announce that Thursday’s demonstration will now include a client profile. Data Ignite is nearing the completion of a data warehouse/Power BI project for Engineered Controls International (ECI). Don Day, the IT Manager for ECI will join us remotely to discuss their need for a new analytics system and how dimensional modeling will greatly improve their company insights. We’ll show specific examples where dimensional modeling was applied to improve the ability for an end user to slice and filter data.

    Speakers:

    Don Day, IT Manager, Engineered Controls International (ECI)
    Andrew Kinnier, Solution Architect, Data Ignite
    Kathy Kinnier, Solution Architect, Data Ignite


    The meetup will be sponsored by Data Ignite.
  • Our next meetup is Thursday, 10/19/2017

    Topic: Exploring the Titanic – with Power BI, Machine Learning and Dynamics 365
    Join us as Scott Sewell demonstrates  how to connect Power BI with Microsoft  Dynamics 365 (CRM) and Machine Learning using Titantic data. Scott is a Delivery Lead, Business Analytics & Dynamics Business Solutions MVP with Hitachi Solutions America Ltd.

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