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Today, Microsoft announced that Power BI Embedded is generally available; offering independent software vendors (ISVs) and developers a way to quickly add stunning visuals, reports, and dashboards into their apps – through a capacity-based, hourly-metered model.

Power BI Embedded has benefits for an ISV, their developers, and customers. For example: an ISV can start creating visuals for free with Power BI Desktop, achieve faster time to market by minimizing visual analytic development efforts, stand out among the competition with differentiated data experiences, and can even opt to charge a premium for the additional value created with embedded analytics.

Developers can spend time focused on building the core competency of their application rather than spending time developing visuals and analytics, they can rapidly meet customer report and dashboard demands, and can embed easily with fully documented APIs and SDKs. Lastly, by enabling easy-to-navigate data exploration in their apps, ISVs allow their customers to make quick, data-driven decisions in context and with confidence from any device.

Power BI Embedded brings the strength and capabilities of Power BI into the hands of ISVs

  • Author and create visuals with Power BI Desktop (free download)
  • Connect to hundreds of data sources to expose insights to your customers
  • Adopt our visuals, community created options, or dream up your own
  • Deploy across all device types with consistent rendering in HTML5
  • Publish your visuals to your app with fully documented APIs and SDKs

Try embedding visuals, reports, and dashboards in your apps, follow these steps to get started:

  1. Setup the Power BI Embedded environment for development
    Setup your environment for testing. Make sure you have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant. You can use an existing tenant or create a new one. Then, create an Azure AD user and signup for the Power BI service with that user with a Power BI Pro license. Register your app in Azure AD and then create an App Workspace in Power BI so you can publish reports.
    Learn more
  2. Embed content
    Integrate your Power BI content into your application using the Power BI and JavaScript APIs. Authenticate with your Power BI account to embed your dashboards, reports and tiles.
    Get hands-on experience with the Power BI – Report Embed Sample
  3. Publish your solution to production
    Once you’re ready, register your application in your production environment.
    Learn more

Power BI Embedded utilizes the data visualization capabilities of Power BI. If you’re interested in organizational BI check out the enterprise solution, Power BI.

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