Microsoft Fabric Updates Blog

Free preview usage of Microsoft Fabric workloads extended to October 1, 2023

On June 1, 2023, we announced the availability of Microsoft Fabric preview capacity for purchase within the Azure portal. At that time, we communicated that Fabric workloads other than Power BI would not accrue against your purchased capacity limits and that you would have visibility in the capacity metrics app to your preview vs. paid usage until August 1.

We are now extending the free preview usage of Fabric workloads (other than Power BI), and these workloads will not count against purchased capacity until October 1, 2023.

Learn more about Fabric capacities in the original June 1 blog post

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