1. What is the service provided by Azure Power BI-Embedded for analytics in TypeScript


    Azure Power BI Embedded is an Azure service that allows developers to embed stunning, fully interactive reports and dashviews into apps without the time and expense of building and maintaining a custom analytics solution. With Power BI Embedded, you can take advantage of Power BI's analytical and visual capabilities to provide a consistent user experience across devices.

    By integration with Azure Power BI Embedded, you can create, deploy, and manage visual analytics in your applications easily. Your customers can then interact with the data that is important to them without leaving your application.

    The Pulumi resource that allows interacting with Azure Power BI Embedded is azure-native.powerbi.PowerBIResource. This resource is part of the azure-native Pulumi provider, which is the Pulumi interface to managing resources in Azure.

    Below is a TypeScript Pulumi program that demonstrates how you would declare a new Power BI Embedded resource in your infrastructure. This code assumes that you have the necessary Azure credentials configured in your environment to authenticate your Pulumi program with Azure.

    import * as pulumi from "@pulumi/pulumi"; import * as powerbi from "@pulumi/azure-native/powerbi"; // Create a new Power BI resource. const powerBIResource = new powerbi.PowerBIResource("myPowerBIResource", { resourceGroupName: "myResourceGroup", // Replace with your existing resource group name resourceSettings: { capacity: 1, // Specify other settings as required. }, // Tags and other properties can be defined here. }); // Optional: Export the PowerBI resource ID if you want to use it in other systems. export const powerBIResourceId = powerBIResource.id;

    In this program, we import the Pulumi SDK and specifically the azure-native/powerbi module which contains the PowerBIResource class. We instantiate a PowerBIResource with a given name and configure it with necessary properties, such as the Azure resource group it belongs to.

    It is important to ensure that you have set up your Azure credentials for Pulumi to authenticate against your Azure account. You can set up your Azure credentials via Azure CLI or use environment variables for your Azure subscription ID, tenant ID, client ID, and client secret.

    After running this Pulumi program, you would get a new Power BI Embedded resource provisioned in your Azure resource group. You would utilize this resource further in your application to embed interactive reports and dashboards for your end-users.

    You can learn more about Pulumi's Azure Power BI resources on the official Pulumi documentation.