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Power BI Architecture Diagram v3 is Now Available!

Over the past couple weeks there has been a ton of news and announcements around the direction Microsoft is taking Power BI. Between Power BI Premium and Power BI Report Server, my head has been spinning trying to stay educated on all the new changes and enhancements. With all these announcements, it was definitely time to update my Power BI architecture diagram to reflect the addition of Power BI Premium and Power BI Report Server.

Here’s how to install and set up Power BI Report Server (Preview)

I’ve made a few changes in v3 of the Power BI architecture diagram.

Power BI architecture diagram
Power BI architecture diagram

Download the Power BI Architecture Diagram here (.pdf & .png files).

First, I decided to get rid of the legend on the right that explained each point of the architecture. I’m going to include this in a related document for those that wish to use the legend. I did this for a couple reasons. One, I’m not sure anyone used it. If you did, let me know and maybe that will motivate me to include the legend file sooner. And two, I needed some more real-estate in the diagram so it had to go.

Secondly, I included Power BI Premium and Power BI Embedded within the umbrella of the Power BI graphic in the middle of the screen to represent the new services. Prior to this diagram, Power BI Embedded was not mentioned and after the announcement of Power BI Premium bringing the Embedded functionality, I decided to include it here.

I updated the diagram to include the on-premises deployment of Power BI with Power BI Report Server.

I also included another icon to the right of the Power BI service to represent a custom application running Power BI Embedded content.

I hope you find this helpful and that it’s useful as a resource for your learning and work. As always, if you have any feedback or comments feel free to leave a comment down below!

SQL with Dustin Ryan

I've been working in the business intelligence field since 2008 and I've loved every second of it! Whether I'm modelling a data warehouse, overcoming some tricky ETL problems, designing an SSAS cube or Tabular model or coming up with just the right Power BI solution, I'm happy to be doing what I do.

Working as a Business Intelligence Consultant for Pragmatic Works has allowed me to gain a large amount of experience in a very short amount of time. Working with many different clients in industries such as transportation, energy, finance, telecommunications, healthcare and more has allowed me to grow immensely in both professional and personal capacities. I've also worked as an author, contributor, and technical editor on several SQL Server related books.

You can find me speaking at events such as Code Camps, SQL Saturdays, SQL Rally, PASS Summit or on-line webinars. I also blog at SQLDusty.com and www.BIDN.com

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