Power BI Report Server (PBIRS) was first introduced in May 2017. Based on SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), it brings the ability to work with Power BI reports completely on… Continue reading SQL Server Reporting Services vs Power BI Report Server – What’s the Difference?
Microsoft today made available the August 2017 preview of Power BI ReportServer 2017. This preview includes the long awaited support of embedded data models, as well as the ability to… Continue reading Power BI Report Server Completes the Vision for On-Premises Reporting
In the recent announcement outlining the SharePoint integration strategy on the SQL Server Reporting Services Team’s blog, there was a statement that was almost hidden that I think deserves more… Continue reading Completing the Microsoft Reporting Roadmap
Yesterday, Microsoft made official what many, including myself had been suspecting ever since the release of SQL Server 2016 – that SQL Server Reporting Services Integrated mode would not exist… Continue reading The Future of Report Integration with SharePoint
For the past several releases, SQL Server has come in 6 possible editions. Developer, Express, Web, Standard, Business Intelligence, and Enterprise. Developer, Express and Web are for specific workloads, which… Continue reading SQL Server 2016–Which Edition Do You Need for Business Intelligence?