Power BI for Office 365, Microsoft's cloud-based data visualisation tool, has been in preview since last year. Now it's finally on general release -- but that also means you have to pay for it.
PowerBI itself costs $US40 a month, and also requires an Office 365 ProPlus account, which is $US12 a month. (While the service quotes a monthly price, it actually bills in 12-month blocks.)
If you have an existing Office 365 E3 or E4 Enterprise account, PowerBI costs $US33 a month. As a launch special, Microsoft has cut that price to $US20 a month.
You can trial the service for free with up to 25 users. We'll update if Microsoft announces Australian dollar pricing.
Check out a video preview of the service we shot at TechEd last year: