July 2016 - Posts

There is no point doing anything unless you know you’ve done it properly, so reporting on your DevOps process is critical to the feedback element of a DevOps practice. TFS has had some reporting capabilities but they're a little tired. For testing, the built in reports and charting capabilities in MTM and TFS will leave you asking for more.

Fortunately, Simon Sabin will show how you can utilize Power BI along with some simple SQL to provide a great dashboard experience. In this session Simon Sabin will connect Power BI to your TFS server using Direct Query to be able to provide near realtime reports. He will also show how to add some simple SQL to provide additional capabilities without having to delve into the TFS warehouse sync process.

At the end of the session you will understand the nuances of the having a testing data model that works well with PowerBI and be able to visualize your test plan status down to test point, with all the drill down and drill through capabilities of PowerBI

When: July 19, 2016 at 10 a.m. PT

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