Exploring your System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune (Hybrid) data on Power BI Dashboard

Published Sep 08 2018 08:32 AM 241 Views
First published on CloudBlogs on Apr 01, 2016
Author: Raghu Kethineni, Senior Program Manager, Enterprise Client and Mobility As a response to User Voice feedback we have received, this post expands on Brad Anderson’s post of Getting Started with SCCM & Power BI and can help you deploy a Power BI cloud-based dashboard. The dashboard provides an overview of your integrated System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune environment. You can create your own Power BI Dashboard that shows data from your deployment of System Center Configuration Manager integrated with Microsoft Intune. This post includes examples of data you can view with the Power BI dashboard, and links you to a guide to get you started. Key benefits of the Dashboard include:
  • A single page summary view for key metrics of Configuration Manager and Intune infrastructure
  • Drill-down for additional metrics that are most relevant to key features like application and operating system deployments, client health, and compliance with regulations
  • Users can create additional metrics datasets
  • You can easily share datasets with others in your organization
  • You can use the Power BI App to view data on mobile devices
Examples of data you can view with the Power BI dashboard include
  • Overview information for client and server health
  • Devices managed by Configuration Manager and Intune
  • Software updates managed with Configuration Manager
  • Malware detected with System Center Endpoint Protection
Screenshots from sample dashboards:
[caption id="attachment_9084" align="alignnone" width="300"] System Center Configuration Manager (Cloud Dashboard Screenshot)[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9101" align="alignnone" width="300"] System Center Configuration Manager (Hybrid Dashboard Screenshot)[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_9091" align="alignnone" width="300"] Client Overview (Screenshot)[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9083" align="alignnone" width="300"] Hybrid (Device Management) Screenshot[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_9073" align="alignnone" width="300"] Compliance Overview (Screenshot)[/caption] [caption id="attachment_9063" align="alignnone" width="168"] Power BI Mobile App (Screenshot)[/caption]
To get Started: You can download the Getting Started with ConfigMgr & Intune hybrid Power BI Dashboard , and then publish it to your organization cloud. About Power BI Licensing: Power BI for Desktop is free to download, to view, and to use to create report datasets. Each user that consumes Power BI content in the cloud does need a Power BI License. You can read more about the free and paid versions here . We are always interested in hearing your feedback. Please provide feedback and suggestions using ConfigMgr uservoice website or use the comments section to let the team know about your experience – and tell us what we can do better! -Raghu Kethineni And now a word from our lawyers: the attached content is not for production use; it is a sample for evaluation only and thus subject to the Microsoft Limited Public License (see Exhibit B of the TechNet Terms of Use ). This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties and confers no rights. Additional resources:
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