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Power BI Reports will be integrated in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

According to the latest preview of SQL Server Reporting Services, it will soon be possible to publish your nice PowerBI reports to reporting services.


  • Visually explore data and create an interactive report using Power BI Desktop
  • Publish that report to an on-premises report server (SQL Server Reporting Services)
  • Share the report with your coworkers so they can view and interact with it in their web browsers
  • Support for Tabular and Multidimensional olap cubes



  • More details: 
     - https://powerbi.microsoft.com
     - https://ideas.powerbi.com

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