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Migrating From Power BI P-SKU Premium Capacities To F-SKU Capacities Is Not The Same Thing As Enabling Fabric

Migrating From Power BI P-SKU Premium Capacities To F-SKU Capacities Is Not The Same Thing As Enabling Fabric

If you're a Power BI Premium user, you might have heard the news that you need to migrate to F-SKU capacities. However, there's a common misconception that this migration forces you to use Fabric. According to this blog post, that's not the case. Migrating to F-SKUs gives you more control over your capacity and enables you to scale up or down as needed, without being tied to Fabric. While Fabric certainly offers benefits, it's not a mandatory component of the migration process. As the post emphasizes, "Microsoft is not forcing anyone to use Fabric by requiring that they migrate to F-SKUs."

So if you're feeling confused or concerned about the migration process, rest assured that you won't be forced into anything you're not comfortable with. By taking the time to understand the nuances of the transition, you can make an informed decision about how to proceed, armed with the knowledge you need to stay in control of your Power BI capacity.

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