1) Access/authorization requests
You need to get an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) authentication access token. Your app uses a token to get access to Power BI dashboards, tiles, and reports.
- The first step to get an access token is to get an authorization code from Azure AD. Construct a query string with the following properties, and redirect to Azure AD.
- After you construct a query string, you redirect to Azure AD to get an authorization code.
- Once Azure AD redirects back to your web app with an authorization code, you can use it to get an access token.
2) Monitoring of Power BI Datasets/Loads/Performance of Power BI
Monitoring performance is relevant in the following situations:
- Your Import data model refresh is slow.
- Your DirectQuery or Live Connection reports are slow.
- Your model calculations are slow.
Slow queries or report visuals should be a focal point of continued optimization.