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Learn how to deploy and maintain assets in Power BI. Through hands-on exercises, you’ll get to grips with the Power BI Service interface and key elements in it like workspaces. You’ll learn how to securely report access by managing access to datasets, implementing row-level security, or applying sensitivity labels to prevent unauthorized data re-use or exfiltration. You’ll also discover how to promote and certify content in Power BI before learning how to save time by subscribing to reports and setting up data alerts—making it easy to keep on top of changes to data in your reports.
Workspaces and ApplicationsFree
In this chapter, you’ll discover how to publish your insightful and powerful Power BI Desktop reports as workspaces and build applications—ready for other users to access.
Securing Content in Power BI Service
Learn how to protect your Power BI reports and datasets. Making content available to people is important; making content available only to the right people is critical.Securing datasets in Power BI Service50 xpSensitivity labels50 xpRow-level security's benefit50 xpManage dataset permissions50 xpMatching permissions with activities100 xpGranting permissions on datasets100 xpRow-level security and permissions50 xpConfigure row-level security100 xpApply sensitivity labels50 xpStep by step sensitivity labels100 xpSetting sensitivity labels50 xp
Enabling Users in Power BI
Now that you’ve delivered content to your users, the next step is to help them make the most of it. In this chapter, you’ll discover how to make your report discovery and information collection easier using various powerful tools in the Power BI Service.
In the following tracksData Analyst
DatasetsExercises and Datasets
Kevin is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP and CTO at Envizage, where he specializes in data analytics with T-SQL and R, forcing Spark clusters to do his bidding, fighting with Kafka, and pulling rabbits out of hats on demand. He is the lead contributor to Curated SQL (https://curatedsql.com) and author of PolyBase Revealed (forthcoming). A resident of Durham, North Carolina, he can be found cycling the trails along the triangle whenever the weather's nice enough.
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