Microsoft now enables you to install Power BI graphs and dashboards in your custom application. While I was at first amped up for this I noticed the estimating depends on renders and appears to be quite costly for an ISV. A remark from Graham wholes it up best:
Happy to at long last have this component yet $2.50 per 1K renders is excessively high. Most dashboards will have loads of graphs and are intended to sit open throughout the day invigorating occasionally. Run of the mill framework with 15 graphs invigorating at 5 minute interims over a run of the mill 10 hour working day = 1,800 for each dashboard for each day. Presently include 500 overall clients, who every ha distinctive information, and we have 900,000 renders for each day. This works out at $2,247 every day… .. no way we'd pay that.
In the event that you take the situation where clients are flying in and out, same dashboard yet 5 clients for each client and 1 get to every hour per client you are *still* at 375,000 renders for each day which is $935 every day. Still high.
We could pay an engineer for 10 weeks to make a comparable dashboard with online outlines and SQL Server back finishes, and equal the initial investment after around 15 days on the 900,000 p/d rendering.
I know Power-BI gives you more (cutting and dicing information from other substance sources and so forth.) yet numerous buyers of your administration won't require that. We need a decent, program based, and swap for SQL Server Reporting administrations that doesn't break on the off chance that you don't utilize IE.
Regardless i'm endeavoring to get their example to work so I can consider how we may utilize it. I think for a littler erratic occupant sending with a couple of clients and direct client charging I think regardless it bodes well. At item/SaaS scale there's no chance to get with this charging model to make it work.
Update: I recently have seen that this rider in the Power BI estimating Page
You may utilize the Power BI Embedded administration inside an application you grow just if your application (1) adds essential and noteworthy usefulness to our administration and isn't basically a substitute for any Power BI administration, and (2) is given exclusively to outside clients. You may not utilize the Power BI Embedded administration inside inner business applications.
So now I don't know how this is helpful to anybody. Perhaps we will simply disregard it and imagine it didn't occur.
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