Learn how to access your data in Progress OpenEdge in Microsoft Power BI through standards-based OpenEdge ODBC Drivers in this step-by-step tutorial.
Power BI is Microsoft’s self-service business intelligence solution that enables business users and analysts to visualize their data so that they can gain better understanding and deeper insights in to their customers, operations and processes. One key feature of Power BI is that it supports lots of data stores out of the box and also has support for standards-based connectivity like ODBC and OData, enabling you to connect to most of the data stores in the market.
In this step-by-step tutorial, I will be demonstrating on how you can access your data in Progress OpenEdge in Microsoft Power BI by leveraging the standards-based Progress DataDirect OpenEdge ODBC driver.
Before proceeding further with this tutorial, make sure you have:
You can now choose the data that you want and load it into Power BI to visualize it for your analysis.
If you are looking to use Microsoft Power BI with Progress DataDirect Redshift or MongoDB ODBC drivers, don’t worry, we got you covered already with these tutorials.
Now that you have seen how you can leverage the Progress DataDirect OpenEdge ODBC driver for analytics and experienced the blazing performance of our drivers, feel free to try out our suite of DataDirect Connectors for Relational, SaaS and Big Data sources and start visualizing your data.
Saikrishna is a DataDirect Developer Evangelist at Progress. Prior to working at Progress, he worked as Software Engineer for 3 years after getting his undergraduate degree, and recently graduated from NC State University with Masters in Computer Science. His interests are in the areas of Data Connectivity, SaaS and Mobile App Development.
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