Visualize Resource Graph in PowerBI
I can today make querys and export to visualize in Power BI. It would be nice to somehow easier connect from Power BI to Resource Graph to visualize Resources.
Burgess, Darrion commented
Yes, please add this! Querying in the Azure Portal is fine, but I often need to combine it with other data, such as the information that can be found in Log Analytics (which already has an export to Power BI Button)
Doing this with a connector that would allow the query to be auto-refreshed would be appreciated, especially when we look to have metrics that continue to update over time.
Agree with everyone that this would be a super handy feature. I see this is tagged as Planned; is there anything you can share as far as an estimated rollout date?
Dennis Herdin commented
Transparency on Azure resources is highly requested by our business units. A Power BI Connector to the Azure Resource Graph API would simplify architecture and make our live so easy. Go for it!
Ben Eldridge commented
Agree this would be super useful.
Ideally would like this to work similar to the feature in Azure Log Analytics:
is there a endpoint-cluster-url for resource graph we could use in power bi with "Azure Data Explorer (Kusto)" connector?
Yeh make this available in Power BI please ! That would be awesome
Bell, Marlo R commented
More power in Power BI. Can augment the data, can do more graphic types, can drill down, etc. etc. etc.
Not Really, we are looking forward to provide a consolidated enterprise view via PowerBi. Which is difficult if you have 100's of subscriptions