Power BI Streaming DataFlow and Azure IoT Central

 
Italiano Intermediate Data & AI

Dal 2015 gli utilizzatori di Power BI hanno potuto analizzare dati in real-time grazie all'integrazione con altri prodotti e servizi Microsoft. Con streaming dataflow, si porterà l'analisi in tempo reale completamente all'interno di Power BI, rimuovendo la maggior parte delle restrizioni che avevamo, integrando al contempo funzionalità di analisi chiave come la preparazione dei dati in streaming e nessuna creazione di codice. Per vederlo in funzione, studieremo un caso specifico di streaming come l'IoT con Azure IoT Central.

Speaker

Marco Parenzan

Senior Solutions Architect in beanTech, Microsoft Azure MVP, 1nn0va Community Lead

Marco Parenzan is Senior Solutions Architect in beanTech. He has been awarded as a MVP on Microsoft Azure since 2014. He is a speaker in major community events in Italy about Azure and .NET development. He is a community lead for 1nn0va, an official Microsoft community in Pordenone, Italy. He has written a book on Azure in 2016. He loves developing retrogames, reading comix and watching Netflix, Disney+ and Prime Video

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