Tableau, the New York Stock Exchange-listed world’s leading analytics platform, unveiled new data and analytics platform capabilities.
The new enterprise capabilities and new enterprise subscription plans will help customers advance their digital transformations by empowering everyone in an organization with trusted and governed data, driving greater success with data and analytics at scale and better business outcomes.
Sysco LABS Product Analytics Director Megan Oertel said Tableau’s been at the forefront of our journey to better understand and serve customers through data.
“Tableau is used across our entire organization to help us report from all the different data sources we have in a governed and trusted way,” said Megan Oertel.
According to McKinsey, 92% of companies are failing to scale analytics. And new data from Mulesoft and Coleman Parkes Research found that 87% of IT and business leaders are concerned that security and governance are slowing the pace of innovation.
Constellation Research Vice President and Principal Analyst Doug Henschen said IT leaders are facing unprecedented challenges today and the COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need to increase data self-sufficiency and empower everyone to do more with data.
“It’s no longer a luxury for businesses to have a data analytics platform, it’s a necessity that could make the difference between surviving and thriving,” said Doug Henschen.
Key new capabilities:
Managing the data chaos and enabling data governance at scale. New capabilities are making data challenges easier to manage, easier to scale, and easier to trust
Tableau Prep now makes it easier for customers to reduce loads/costs of server resources automatically and generate rows to more easily map out trends in data
New features help ensure/maintain data quality by alerting you of any potential issues and provide easier visibility into the type of data you have and where it came from
Centralised row level security:
New features allow for increased flexibility and segmentation by allowing Tableau administrators to centrally configure which users and groups have access to which slices of data configure access.
Ensuring enterprise demand
Enterprise reference architecture:
Enterprise Deployment Guidelines (EDG) provide the Tableau reference architecture of our enterprise customers with a prescriptive methodology to achieve requirements around availability, scalability and security. EDG is technology agnostic, platform-independent and aligned with enterprise data center best practices.
New feature helps enterprises appropriately resource their deployment and ensures enough containers are available during peak demand times and scale down during low demand times.
IT teams can better optimize the performance of Tableau Server by defining application resource limits.
New enterprise subscription plans make it even easier to procure and deploy Tableau across an entire organization. By bundling analytics with Data Management and Server Management, enterprise customers can more easily procure and deploy Tableau’s full capabilities to benefit everyone.
Tableau Chief Product Officer Francois Ajenstat said Tableau has long been a favorite to help individuals see and understand data.
“We’re making it easier for IT leaders to make it a favorite across the entire enterprise and deliver an end-to-end solution to leverage the full power of data analytics,” said Francois Ajenstat.
The data prep and catalog improvements along with the new subscription plans will be available later this month with the release of Tableau 2021.3. The additional features will be available in the coming months. To learn more, visit: www.tableau.com/products/our-platform.