# Product updates: April, 2020

# Data sets available in Cognite Console

Data sets let you document and track data lineage, ensure data integrity, and allow 3rd parties to write their insights securely back to your Cognite Data Fusion (CDF) project.

Data sets group and track data by its source. For example, a data set can contain all work orders originating from SAP, or the output data from a 3rd party partner's machine learning model. Typically, organizations have one data set for each of its data ingestion pipelines in CDF.

To get started with data sets:

  1. Check out our in-depth article to learn more.
  2. Navigate to fusion.cognite.com, select Data sets, and follow the steps in our guide to create your first data set.

# Cognite's Power BI Connector certified by Microsoft

We're excited to announce that Microsoft has certified the Cognite Power BI Connector and that the connector is now publicly available. The Cognite Power BI Connector enables data consumers to easily read, analyze, and present data from Cognite Data Fusion (CDF) in compelling visualizations in both Power BI Desktop and the Power BI service.

You can find the connector in the Other category of the Get Data dialog in Power BI. Learn more in our in-depth article.

# New upcoming transformation capabilities

We're continuing our work to improve the asset hierarchy functionality in SQL Transformations. You will soon be able to ingest multiple asset hierarchies at the same time and also ingest asset sub-trees to any level of the hierarchy. The asset hierarchies and sub-trees will merge perfectly with your existing or newly built asset hierarchy.

To give you a more precise and manageable overview of your jobs, we are also updating the UI with additional details about each job: status, time of schedule, last run, duration, and the option to resume or stop a schedule.