Cost management for Microsoft Fabric F capacities with Azure Logic Apps

English Intermediate Development

Microsoft Fabric is an all-in-one analytics solution designed to simplify our analytics requirements. It covers everything from data movement to data science, Real-Time Analytics, and business intelligence. The platform integrates new and existing components from Power BI, Azure Synapse, and Azure Data Factory into a single environment. All the goods come with a cost. Microsoft currently has two licensing models for Microsoft Fabric, pay-as-you-go (F capacities) and reservation. The pay-as-you-go model allows to scale capacities up or down as needed. In this session, we explore our options to save money on our Microsoft Fabric's F capacity? Join me in this session, where I will show you how to use Azure Logic Apps to automate the suspension, resumption, and scaling of our F capacity based on our needs. You will see how easy it is to set up a schedule that fits your workload. Don't miss this opportunity to optimise your F capacity and reduce your costs!


Soheil Bakhshi

Data Vizioner, Head Of Product, Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Author, Blogger, Speaker

Soheil Bakhshi is the author of "Expert Data Modeling with Power BI" and a Microsoft Data Platform MVP. In following his desire for simplicity and efficiency, he is behind Power BI community tools and commercial products such as Power BI Exporter and Power BI Documenter. Working in the data and analytics space for more than 20 years, Soheil’s experience lies in Microsoft BI, Data Warehousing, and Power BI platform. He has a passion for sharing knowledge via his website (, speaking at conferences and Power BI community events locally and globally.

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