As data becomes a valuable asset for any company, why should the executives consider data sharing within their organization?
Introducing Microsoft Fabric
Fabric combines various products such as ADF, Synapse, and Power BI into a unified solution, offering exciting new innovations.
By now, you must have come across Microsoft Fabric, an incredible next-generation analytics platform developed by Microsoft.
Fabric combines various products such as ADF, Synapse, and Power BI into a unified solution, offering exciting new innovations. This consolidation is advantageous as it provides a comprehensive analytics solution with a consistent user experience. Fabric intelligently caters to different user roles by providing tailored experiences. As a Power BI developer or analyst, you can stick to the familiar "Power BI" experience, which closely resembles the functionality of Power BI Premium today.
Microsoft Fabric is a comprehensive analytics solution for enterprises, encompassing various aspects such as data movement, data science, real-time analytics, and business intelligence. It offers an integrated suite of services, including data lake, data engineering, and data integration, all consolidated into a single platform. Unlike the traditional approach of assembling disparate services from different vendors, Microsoft Fabric provides a unified, user-friendly solution that simplifies your analytics requirements through a SaaS solution. (Software as a Service)
Fabric is built upon OneLake, the recently announced lakehouse platform by Microsoft. Users of Microsoft Fabric gain access to all data stored in OneLake, which offers comprehensive functionalities including unified data governance, discovery, sharing, lineage, and compliance capabilities.
This new release offers a range of benefits for organizations that are looking to adopt a self-service strategy starting with reduced complexity. By integrating multiple disjointed services into a single unified platform, Fabric streamlines the data management process. This consolidation empowers firms to efficiently handle their data and gain valuable insights at a faster pace.
Second, it enhances agility within organizations. It equips them with a flexible and scalable platform, enabling swift adaptation to changing business needs. With Fabric, firms can easily experiment with new data sources and analytics tools, facilitating innovation and staying ahead in their industries.
It also prioritizes improved security. Organizations can rely on Fabric's secure and compliant platform for their data management needs. It effectively safeguards data from unauthorized access, ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of sensitive information. Moreover, Fabric assists organizations in meeting regulatory requirements, bolstering their compliance efforts. It is useful in the healthcare industry.
Microsoft offers a free trial of the Fabric preview until July 1 when it will be enabled for all Power BI tenants. We recommend checking out the official documentation offered by Microsoft for deeper dive into the product's offerings.