From baby names to startup activity in Austin, the Tableau Public community explored a wide range of topics in recent months. Here are some of our favorites from the Viz of the Day feed.
One of the things I like most about using Tableau is experimenting with different types of visualizations. But what if the people who are using my viz want to be able to switch between different types of charts and graphs as well? Here are several different ways of accomplishing that.
We are pleased to announce a new database connector to Amazon Aurora as part of our 9.0.4 release.
We’re excited to share Tableau Desktop 9.1 includes single sign-on (SSO) support for SAP HANA. This augments Tableau’s connector for SAP HANA. Connectors are also available for SAP BW, Sybase ASE and Sybase IQ. These connectors simplify your workflow, allowing you to connect once, then leave security to Tableau while you get into the flow of your data.
Cloud computing is becoming the norm. People are no longer asking why they should go to the cloud. Instead, we hear customers asking insight on what’s working and what they should be thinking about.
Here’s what we’re seeing in the data and analytics space as companies, big and small, take their analytics to the cloud.
The Tableau Ambassador program has grown!
Two years ago, Vente-Exclusive found itself overwhelmed with data. It had billions of data points on customer behavior, email campaigns, and shipping logistics, but it had no way to gain timely insights.
Vente-Exclusive found a solution in Google Cloud Platform, a family of products on a pay-as-you-go model. But it still had a missing link: how to present the data to business users who don’t have any SQL knowledge?
In Tableau 9.1, we're adding a new Auto Update feature to Tableau Desktop that will make it fast, easy, and convenient for you to update to the most recent maintenance release available.
Going cloud may seem like a recent trend, but the ideas driving the phenomenon are not new. The idea of sharing a common computing resource traces back to as early as the 1950s when computers began appearing in companies.
Here's a roundup of the best of the Tableau web for the month of June, including a Star Trek game made with Tableau, and a dashboard of a family tree.
Tableau 9.1 is now available in beta. Heads up, IT, this release has a lot in it for you. Tableau 9.1 includes our new iPad app, expanded enterprise capabilities, and a web data connector feature that allows you to write your own connector. This is a big milestone in our development cycle, and we can’t wait for your feedback.
We are excited to announce new integrations with Spark on Azure HDInsight, a cloud-hosted Apache Spark service, and Azure SQL Data Warehouse, a fully-managed relational data warehouse-as-a-service.
For the last few years we’ve been hearing about the benefits (and all the permutations!) of the cloud. And at this point, many of us agree the benefits are sizable.
So let’s say you’ve finally agreed that it’s time to move to the cloud—what’s next? Here are six tips to help you transition to the cloud.
The story of how two strangers became friends and award-winning citizen scientists starts with a months-old tweet.
Nielsen estimates 25.4 million viewers watched the U.S. women beat Japan, the defending champion, in a 5-2 victory. It’s the first time Americans have lifted the World Cup trophy since 1999.
For their win, FIFA awarded the women $2 million. That’s no small change—until you consider FIFA’s payout for the winning men’s team: $35 million.