I can, I want, I must not – an overview of the current state of Access Management in Fabric
This session provides an overview of the current state of access management in a Microsoft Fabric-enabled environment. Without any question, Microsoft Fabric will change the analytical landscape of analytical platforms. The possibilities of Microsoft Fabric seem limitless. I assume that fabric will become for analytical platforms what Power BI has become self-service Business Intelligence solutions (to be honest – Power BI is so much more already than a data visualization tool).
Nevertheless, a Fabric workspace is more complex than a Power BI workspace. Of course, it’s still a container able to store artifacts, adding compute capabilities to them. But now we must know that many more personas contribute to the workspace content. More personas are involved in creating a “Fabric Solution” than in the good old Power BI days. This session is not only about safekeeping the artifacts from accidental harm in a workspace container but also about granting access or denying access to the data.
In this session, I will showcase some use cases, and life demos of how access can be granted, or not to forget denied.
Thomas “Tom” Martens has been awarded as an MSFT Data Platform MVP and works as Solution Architect at Munich Re (www.munichre.com). For 20+ years, Tom delivers Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, and Analytics solutions. His current interest is in data visualization and applying analytical methods to small and large amounts of data, next to providing the Power BI Platform to users for tackling analytical challenges. Tom is a regular speaker at international conferences and user meetings. Tom is the co-author of the book “Pro DAX with Power BI.”