Power BI Embedded and BI Premium are now generally available for Microsoft Azure Government, extending existing Power BI capabilities to support U.S. government agencies and their partners in advancing the mission.
Government and its partners depend on business intelligence tools to visualize, analyze, and share data to make more informed decisions. Today we’ve expanded the portfolio of BI solutions available on Azure with the addition of Tableau Server in Azure Government.
With more than 20 compliance offerings, Power BI delivers an end-to-end business intelligence solution while helping organizations comply with national, regional and industry-specific requirements.
Today, we are pleased to build on this legacy by announcing Power BI Premium will be generally available for both the U.S.
We are happy to announce that Power BI Gov users can now use ArcGIS Maps for Power BI Gov (preview) created by Esri! This brings several new capabilities to Power BI Gov users.
Geographic information systems (GIS) helps users gain a better understanding of the world by using spatial analysis on a map’s data layers.
Now that we’ve done our text analysis using HDInsight, let’s add some high-quality visualizations using Power BI for Azure Government. Let’s first log into Power BI for Azure Gov. Here we are presented with our initial options. Let’s connect to a database by clicking the “Get” button in the “Database” tile:
In the next screen,
The Microsoft Azure Government platform is rapidly innovating with new services being introduced all the time. We have recently announced HDInsight and Power BI as GA on Azure Government. These data-centric services unlock a world of possibilities for your organization to process massive amount of data.
As announced in Tom Keane’s data launch announcement, we are pleased to bring the general availability of Azure HDInsight on Linux in Microsoft Azure Government, as well as, Power BI US Government with Office 365 US Government Community subscriptions.
Azure HDInsight deploys and provisions clusters from the Apache Hadoop ecosystem (including Spark,