By seamlessly integrating with Power BI, Microsoft Fabric revolutionizes how you work with analytics.
There are several benefits to choosing Fabric on top of Power BI. Here are some points that highlight the advantages:
Co-Pilot is an AI-powered capability that plays a significant role on this topic because it helps on the following:
This means that you will have the flexibility to, via natural language, look at and analyze any data in any way to gain new insights.
Imagine, that you need to create a Sales Report and you are not sure how to translate it into analysis, you can simply write a question on Co-Pilot such as:
“Build a report summarizing the sales growth rate of the last 2 years”
With this simple question, Co-Pilot will retrieve suggestions that answer your needs! It is able to suggest new visuals, implement changes or create drilldowns to existing visuals or even design complete report pages from scratch.
It is expected that Fabric will continue to evolve by integrating more technologies and features. This will ensure that Power BI remains a robust and versatile tool that gives its users more opportunities to create insights and make data-driven decisions.
Want to know more about Microsoft Fabric as a service? On October 26 we’re organizing a Fabric Masterclass that dives deep into different Fabric use cases for Data Science, Data Engineering, and Data Visualisation.
Microsoft Fabric is a platform that offers Data Science solutions to empower users to complete end-to-end data science workflows for data enrichment and business insights. The platform supports a wide range of activities across the entire data science process, from data exploration, preparation, and cleansing to experimentation, modeling, model scoring, and serving predictive insights.
In Microsoft Fabric, data engineering plays a pivotal role to empower users to architect, construct, and upkeep infrastructures that facilitate seamless data collection, storage, processing, and analysis for their organizations.