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In this blog, I will explain how we can use the deployment pipelines for Power BI. Deployment pipelines become General Availability in Power BI.
Deployment pipelines helps enterprise BI teams build an efficient and reusable release process by maintaining development, test, and production environments.
BI teams adopting deployment pipelines, will enjoy:
You will be able to access the deployment pipelines feature if the following conditions are met:
You have one of the following Premium licenses:
Create a deployment pipeline
You can create a pipeline from the deployment pipelines tab, or from a workspace.
After the pipeline is created, you can share it with other users or delete it. When you share a pipeline with others, the users you share the pipeline with will be given access to the pipeline. Pipeline access enables users to view, share, edit, and delete the pipeline.
Create a pipeline from the deployment pipelines tab
To create a pipeline from the deployment pipelines tab, do the following:
Create a pipeline from a workspace
You can create a pipeline from an existing workspace, providing you’re the admin of a new workspace experience.
After creating a pipeline, you need to add the content you want to manage to the pipeline. Adding content to the pipeline is done by assigning a workspace to the pipeline stage. You can assign a workspace to any stage.
You can assign one workspace to a deployment pipeline. Deployment pipelines will create clones of the workspace content, to be used in different stages of the pipeline.
Follow these steps to assign a workspace in a deployment pipeline:
Select the stage to deploy from and then select the deployment button. The deployment process creates a duplicate workspace in the target stage. This workspace includes all the content existing in the current stage.
In this below diagram we can see how we have deployed from Development to test and test to production environment.
In the upcoming blog, I will explain selective deployment, Backwards deployment, creating dataset rules and overriding content etc.
If you are interested in this topic and would like to do some further self-study, I encourage you to check out my blog on this.
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