SSRS and Power BI are both Business Intelligence tools specially designed to present data to the end user. Since both are part of the Microsoft BI stack, they are equipped with a different set of audiences and applied in different practices.
SQL Service Reporting Service (SSRS) is a server-based report generating platform. Much like Power BI but a little conventional in its use, SSRS is mainly used for enterprise visualization of data. It is used for generating, viewing and sharing reports.
SSRS can help you to create tabular, graphical and free-form reports from relational, multidimensional and XML based data sources. The reports can also be published and accessed on demand. SSRS also has a built in scheduling tool to perform basic report deployments via email, file share, or SharePoint.
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a reporting tool provided by Microsoft which is used to produce formatted reports such as graphs, tables of data, and charts.
SSRS stands for SQL Server Reporting Services. It is a reporting tool developed by Microsoft that comes free with the SQL Server. It produces formatted reports with the tables of data, graph, and reports. Reports are hosted on a server and can be configured to run using parameters supplied by users.