Using Power BI Desktop to Visualize SQL Server Metadata

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 16 Nov 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

You can easily use PowerBI Desktop to show graphically how your database is growing, which tables are taking the most space, how various parts of SQL Server is consuming memory, its use of indexes and so on. Sure, you can create graphs in SSMS, but with PowerBI, you can create reports that you can then publish to others, and which allow drill-down. It is a great way to get familiar with PowerBI Desktop as well. Rob Sheldon shows how simple it is to do.…The post Using Power BI Desktop to Visualize...

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