The Intune Data Warehouse: enabling deeper reporting capabilities – now in public preview!
First published on CloudBlogs on Aug 08, 2017
Having the right data at your fingertips is a must for busy IT teams managing diverse mobile environments. That’s why Intune’s reporting graphs and charts are mainstays of our administrative experience – allowing you to monitor your environment and view the status of devices and apps across several dimensions, including device compliance, device configuration, app inventory, and deployment status. These reports make it easy for you to see what’s happening in real-time in your environment and take the appropriate actions if something needs to be adjusted or tended to.
Introducing the Intune Data Warehouse – now in public preview
Intune Data Warehouse
takes our reporting capabilities a step further, giving you more powerful custom reporting around your environment over time. With a dataset spanning up to 90 days of historical data, you can connect the Data Warehouse to Power BI, Excel (or another analytics tool that supports OData feeds) to view historical trends, get daily snapshots and create other custom reports across multiple tables.
To get started using the Intune Data Warehouse, open your Intune admin console on the Azure portal, click on the Intune Data Warehouse tile, and then follow the instructions on the subsequent blade.
Getting started is a cinch with our pre-configured Power BI file
If you’re using Power BI, we’ve created a Power BI file that makes it easy to get started working with the data stored in your Intune Data Warehouse. Our Power BI file is pre-configured with reports and charts that you can easily connect to your tenant’s data. The reports and charts included in this file are designed to give you additional insight into the status of: devices, enrollment, app protection policies, compliance policies, device configuration profiles, software updates and device inventory. This file comes pre-populated with some user-friendly filters, you can easily apply more advanced filters by using the Power BI filter pane. For more information on how to use the Intune Data Warehouse with Power BI, including details on how to create your own custom reports, check out our
You can find more details about this and other Intune features on our Intune product
. As always, we’re excited to hear your feedback and how your using the Intune Data Warehouse. To share your thoughts, leave a note on this blog or reach out to us with feature requests on