Power BI Training – Introductory


Power BI training is a critical component of a successful Power BI roll-out plan.  Through a mix of hands-on Power BI tutorials and in person overviews, Skyline data analytics consultants deliver intro-level Power BI training addressing the following:
 
  • Introduction to Power BI
  • Key terms
  • Working with Content Packs
  • Connecting to existing data sources (including cubes)
  • Data import and data modeling (Power Query and Power Pivot functionality parallels in Power BI)
  • Power BI reports
  • Power BI dashboards & data visualization best-practices
  • Power BI desktop vs. Power BI service
  • Excel and Power BI – Differences and interactivity
  • Mobile reporting
  • Power BI Groups
In addition to the above, attendees have access to one of Skyline’s data analytics professional who will be able to help answer questions specific to your individual organization.
 

 

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Power BI Training – Advanced


Skyline offers advanced Power BI training that can be tailored to your organization’s specific needs which may include:
 
  • Data modeling using Kimball methodology in Power BI / SSAS Tabular
  • Power BI Natural Language Query (NLQ) Tuning
  • SSRS / Power BI interactivity
  • Embedding Power BI in websites, applications, and SharePoint
  • Basic and Advanced DAX functions
  • Date tables, date functions, and time intelligence
  • Reports/dashboards with third-party data (Salesforce, Google Analytics, etc.)
  • Converting PowerPivot Models and Power View charts to Power BI
  • Power BI Administration and Security
  • Row-level security in Power BI
  • Using Mobile Application Management within Microsoft Intune with Power BI 
  • On-Premises Data Gateway (Power BI Enterprise Gateway) Installation and Configuration
  • Power BI Roadmap Overview
When required, Skyline will personalize our training content to fit your specific environment, including customizing it to fit existing organizational curated data sources (relational databases, data warehouses, OLAP cubes, data lakes, etc.) that may be of particular relevance to your students attending Power BI training.