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Zu Gast haben wir dieses Mal (und das ist eine Premiere!) Tom Martens:

Microsoft Fabric will change the analytical landscape, help solve the most demanding analytical challenges, and provide deep insight derived from our data assets. I assume we have heard, read, or seen these slogans: “Unified analytics fabric – End-to-end analytics data fabric – From the data lake to the business user.” Some might call me biased because I’m a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, but I’m convinced these slogans are true.
Nevertheless, we had access to the early bits and bytes of Fabric before the public preview, we have been working (to be honest and precise: we have been experimenting) with Fabric for more than a year. Still, we did not make up our minds about how we would organize working with Fabric. The reasons are e.g., is a Fabric solution made from a single workspace (not counting the workspaces from deployment pipeline(s)), or are there more workspaces contributing to the solutions? We also do not know how to organize the solutions around the new Fabric capacities. Will a solution “own” multiple capacities, or only one or two, and share compute power with other teams, utilizing the idea of the share economy?
If you are a data architect, a Power BI Admin, or a Power BI Developer who is already working with Fabric or you are planning to work with Microsoft Fabric, I will share some of our findings, experiences, and feelings about Fabric. Be aware that I cannot call our current state of thinking “best practice.” We do not use Fabric in production, but we are preparing to use it. This session is not about the latest bits of configuring Spark compute, but it helps to understand some intricacies of the Power BI workspace. To follow along it will help to have an idea about the differences between PaaS and SaaS services, I will provide a short introduction, though.

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Thomas „Tom“ Martens

Thomas „Tom“ Martens has been awarded as an MSFT Data Platform MVP and works as Solution Architect at Munich Re ( For 20+ years, Tom delivers Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, and Analytics solutions. His current interest is in data visualization and applying analytical methods to small and large amounts of data, next to providing the Power BI Platform to users for tackling analytical challenges. Tom is a regular speaker at international conferences and user meetings. Tom is the co-author of the book „Pro DAX with Power BI.“


Freundallee 13a,30173 ,Hannover,DE
Netz-Weise IT-Training und Beratung
Freundallee 13a
30173 Hannover

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