Query designer support for DAX now available in Report Builder and SQL Server Data Tools

Today, we’re pleased to announce a long requested feature from the SQL Server Reporting Services community.  With the latest releases of Report Builder and SQL Server Data Tools – Release Candidate, you now have the ability to create native DAX queries against supported SQL Server Analysis Services tabular data models.  This includes the ability to… Read more

Leveraging Web Application Proxy in Windows Server 2016 to provide secure access to your SQL Server Reporting Services environment

  A common ask from customers is around how to make their Reporting Services environment available to users outside of their internal corporate network.  This is especially important for them when they’re trying to use the Power BI mobile apps to view mobile reports and KPI’s while on the go.  Today, we’re pleased to announce… Read more

Getting started with the Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services

Today’s post will help guide you through how to set up the January 2017 Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services on your own PC or server.  Make sure whatever machine you want to install the preview meets the same hardware requirements we had for SQL Server 2016. – Read Riccardo’s… Read more

Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services: January 2017 Technical Preview now available

Happy new year! In our previous post before the holidays, we mentioned we were working toward releasing the next Technical Preview of Power BI reports in SQL Server Reporting Services in January. Today, we’re pleased to make the January 2017 Technical Preview available for download. Download the January 2017 Technical Preview Try it on your… Read more