Power BI incremental refresh is a very powerful feature and now it’s available in Shared capacity (not just Premium) everyone can use it. It’s designed for scenarios where you have a data warehouse running on a relational database but with a little thought you can make it do all kinds of other interesting things; Miguel Escobar’s recent blog post on how to use incremental refresh for files in a folder is a great example of this.
Microsoft has announced the release of Power BI Desktop: February 2020 and you can read all about it here:
I am very happy about incremental refresh, which is now generally available and is now supported for Power BI Pro licensing, meaning it is no longer a Premium only feature!
Azure Data Factory is a fully managed data processing solution offered in Azure. It connects to many sources, both in the cloud as well as on-premises. One of the basic tasks it can do is copying data over from one source to another – for example from a table in Azure Table Storage to an Azure SQL Database table.