PowerBI reports and dashboard on-premise hosting
As per available documentation, power bi reports and dashboards will be published to microsoft cloud. It is very awesome approach as it saves all overhead of maintaining infrastructure. But there are case where on-premise hosting is required, Can we configure on-premise server to host power bi reports just like SSRS reports?
With Power BI Report Server now generally available (https://powerbi.microsoft.com/report-server/), we’re marking this idea completed. I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for participating in this community over the past few months and taking time out of your busy days to try the previews and share your feedback; I can’t overemphasize how much we appreciate it and how much it contributes to the product.
In case you missed it, check out our recent blog post, “A closer look at Power BI Report Server” (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlrsteamblog/2017/05/17/a-closer-look-at-power-bi-report-server/).
While the June 2017 release supports Power BI reports that connect “live” to Analysis Services, we’re hard at work on integrating the Power Query/M-language and Analysis Services/DAX engines to unlock direct connectivity to the other Power BI Desktop data sources, targeted for later this (calendar) year.
We’ve now created a “Report Server” category for your ideas. Have an idea for a feature you’d like to see in a future release of Power BI Report Server? Submit it here: https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas/category/207604-report-server.
@Riccardo - what's the latest? When might we at least hear something? Thanks - Ian B.
Peter Larsen commented
Are you closer at having an expected release date?
@Gavin, licensing is to be determined and announced at a later time.
@Aharon, check out these two blog posts to get started with the Technical Preview:
Gavin de Kock commented
What will the licensing model be for this? A SQL Enterprise license?
Is there a video that can show us how to use the on premise reports?,
or how to use the technical preview?
Thanks for doing this. The organization I work for cannot and will not publish their data to the cloud due to regulatory rules but we want to be able to use PowerBI with SSRS or just publish to a reporting webserver that is on premise.
@Gavin, you're welcome to comment here or email us at email@example.com.
Gavin de Kock commented
Regarding the Technical Preview, where is the best place to comment/ask for enhancements on this new functionality?
Brian W commented
Technical preview announced so things are starting to happen....
John Fa commented
Can you give us a rough idea of when Step 2 (on-premises self-service BI) will be available ?
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Kawabata Yoshihiro commented
STARTED ! is great, STEP 2 is excellent.
From a governance perspective, I have grave concerns about sending ANY data into the MS Cloud for any reason, particularly if that storage is outside of country boundaries. Are there any T&C's, audit results, etc.. that assure customers that their data is not only secured, but outlines liabilities of MS for breaches (material or otherwise)?
IMHO - Having a Power BI on-prem solution will be key to its adoption by global companies. As a second, publishing the results of HIPAA, SAS70, and the whole host of audits and certifications necessary by today's enterprise solutions would help reassure us and our customers that their data is at least as safe as everyone elses.
Nguyễn Minh Trí commented
so excited to hear this <3
Edward Wu commented
Please start your video at 58:00 minutes to view the PBIX render on SSRS 2016 demo :)
Does anyone know if this will only be available in SQL Server Enterprise 2016? I'm assuming so as Mobile and KPI are only available in Enterprise
Does anyone know if there is a plan for PowerBI to be incorporated into SharePoint 2016 as well as SSRS 2016? i.e. to effectively act as a replacement for PowerView ?
This continues to plague us in not having this be available to be delivered on Premise - the users do not want to have additional software on their machine - Power BI Desktop - just to view a report.
Bertil Syamken commented
The feature is demoed during this session at Ignite: https://myignite.microsoft.com/videos/2898.