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AnkySin
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Power BI pro in West Europe how to migrate Power BI premium in Sweden Central ?

Dear All,

 

We are currently working with Power BI pro provisioned in West Europe but how can we migrate to Power BI Premium / Permium Per User provisioned in Sweden Central ?

 

BR/Anky

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v-xiandat-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AnkySin ,

Migration Steps:

  • Provision a New Capacity in Sweden Central:
    • In the Power BI service, go to Settings and select Admin portal.
    • Navigate to Capacity settings and choose Set up new capacity.
    • From the Region dropdown menu, select Sweden Central
  • Enable Premium Per User for Your Tenant:
    • Once a PPU license is provisioned for your tenant, the PPU features will be available in any workspace where you enable them.
    • During public preview, you can enable PPU features in the capacity dropdown by selecting “Premium per user”.
    • Note that this selection mechanism may change for the GA timeframe
  • Workspace Configuration:
    • Mark the relevant workspaces as Premium per user. These workspaces will be accessible only to users with a PPU license.
    • A new icon will indicate which workspaces are Premium per user
  • Sharing and Access:
    • Users accessing content in a Premium per user workspace must have a PPU license.
    • This includes scenarios like accessing content through the XMLA endpoint, Analyze in Excel, and Composite Models

Below is the official link will help you:

Multi-Geo support for Fabric - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn

Best Regards,

Xianda Tang

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Hi First of all thanks for the prompt and detailed reply.

Another Q, is there any relation between Office 365 region vs Power BI premium Region provisioning ?

Office 365 Tenant can be in West Europe and we can still provision Power BI premium / PPU in Sweden Central ?

 

Thanks

Anky 

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Hi @AnkySin ,

Multi-geography is a feature of Power BI Premium that helps multinational customers meet regional, industry-specific, or organizational data residency requirements. As a Power BI Premium customer, you can deploy content to data centers in regions other than the Power BI tenant's primary region. A geographic location (geolocation) can contain multiple regions. So while an Office 365 tenant can be located in Western Europe, you can indeed pre-provision Power BI Premium or PPU capacity in Central Sweden!

 

If you have a pro license, you can go and open a Request for Tenant Migration ticket.

 

Best Regards,

Xianda Tang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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Pepi
Frequent Visitor

Hi @v-xiandat-msft 

 

If I'm reading the article (Multi-Geo support for Fabric - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn) correctly, creating a Fabric capacity in a region that is not your tenant's home region and moving some PBI workspace there, would migrate the data on that workspace (semantic models etc) to the capacity's region - is that correct? I need to find a definitive confirmation for this because I'm getting some conflicting advices on this even from Microsoft support.


Thanks

v-xiandat-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AnkySin ,

Migration Steps:

  • Provision a New Capacity in Sweden Central:
    • In the Power BI service, go to Settings and select Admin portal.
    • Navigate to Capacity settings and choose Set up new capacity.
    • From the Region dropdown menu, select Sweden Central
  • Enable Premium Per User for Your Tenant:
    • Once a PPU license is provisioned for your tenant, the PPU features will be available in any workspace where you enable them.
    • During public preview, you can enable PPU features in the capacity dropdown by selecting “Premium per user”.
    • Note that this selection mechanism may change for the GA timeframe
  • Workspace Configuration:
    • Mark the relevant workspaces as Premium per user. These workspaces will be accessible only to users with a PPU license.
    • A new icon will indicate which workspaces are Premium per user
  • Sharing and Access:
    • Users accessing content in a Premium per user workspace must have a PPU license.
    • This includes scenarios like accessing content through the XMLA endpoint, Analyze in Excel, and Composite Models

Below is the official link will help you:

Multi-Geo support for Fabric - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn

Best Regards,

Xianda Tang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Hi First of all thanks for the prompt and detailed reply.

Another Q, is there any relation between Office 365 region vs Power BI premium Region provisioning ?

Office 365 Tenant can be in West Europe and we can still provision Power BI premium / PPU in Sweden Central ?

 

Thanks

Anky 

Hi @AnkySin ,

Multi-geography is a feature of Power BI Premium that helps multinational customers meet regional, industry-specific, or organizational data residency requirements. As a Power BI Premium customer, you can deploy content to data centers in regions other than the Power BI tenant's primary region. A geographic location (geolocation) can contain multiple regions. So while an Office 365 tenant can be located in Western Europe, you can indeed pre-provision Power BI Premium or PPU capacity in Central Sweden!

 

If you have a pro license, you can go and open a Request for Tenant Migration ticket.

 

Best Regards,

Xianda Tang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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