In this article, we will walk you through how you can connect to your data in Relational, Big Data or SaaS data sources via OData generated using Progress Hybrid Data Pipeline from Power BI. As Hybrid Data Pipeline supports OAuth2 for OData, we will be showing you how you can use OAuth 2 with OData in Power BI.
Follow the below tutorials on how to install Progress Hybrid Data Pipeline in Azure or AWS or any Linux server
Enabling On-Premise Connectivity (if applicable)
If your database is behind a corporate firewall or in a private network, you can use our On-Premises connector which will enable a secure connection to your database for Hybrid Data Pipeline Server, without having to open any ports in your firewall. To get started, you would need to install this On-Premises Connector on your on-premise infrastructure as the name suggests. Follow the below tutorial on how to install the On-Premises Connector.
If Hybrid Data Pipeline Server is on AWS
If Hybrid Data Pipeline Server is on Azure
Note: If you are connecting to a database On-Premise, you should find the On-Premise Connector ID, which you have configured above, in Connector ID drop down.
"Connect to Power BI via OAuth2"
We hope this tutorial helped you to access your data securely using OData generated by Progress Hybrid Data Pipeline from Power BI. You can use Hybrid Data Pipeline in a similar fashion to connect to Oracle, Postgres, MySQL, DB2 etc., and even if they are On-premise you would be able to access the data from Power BI. If you have any questions or issues, feel free to contact us.
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