Microsoft announced that Microsoft Visio Visual for Microsoft Power BI is generally available. This allows a user to use Visio Online and Power BI together to illustrate and compare data as both diagrams and visualizations in one place. From a licensing perspective, Office 365 subscribers can use five free trial instances of Visio Visual and after that, any user can view visuals, and users licensed with Visio Online Plan 1 or Plan 2 can edit a Visio Visual in Power BI.
For further information on the Microsoft Visual for Microsoft Power BI, please visit https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Visio-Blog/Visio-Visual-for-Power-BI-is-now-generally-available/ba-p/217694.
Microsoft has confirmed that Microsoft Power BI Premium is generally available. For an overview of Microsoft Power BI Premium, take a look at our earlier blog post. To find the Microsoft announcement, click here.
For further information about Microsoft Power BI Premium, please visit: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/powerbi-premium/.
Until June 30th, 2018, Microsoft offers a discount of 25% on Microsoft Power BI Premium for Commercial and Government customers in Enterprise Agreement (EA), Enterprise Subscription Agreement (EAS) and Worldwide Government Partner (WWGP) programs. Eligible are customers worldwide who currently have Microsoft SQL Server with active Software Assurance (SA). Customers cannot purchase more cores of Power BI Premium than what they currently own of Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition.
Microsoft announces the launch of Microsoft Power BI Premium, a new member of the Microsoft Power BI family joining Microsoft Power BI Desktop and Microsoft Power BI Pro. Microsoft Power BI is a suite of business analytics tools to analyze data and share insights. Monitor your business and get answers quickly with rich dashboards available on every device.
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