Tableau on AWS

Complete analytics with any data for your entire enterprise.

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Build a complete analytics solution for your enterprise

Tableau empowers you to conduct limitless exploration of data anywhere and in any shape to maximize the return on your organization’s data. You can share data directly with one person, team, department, or, when needed, the entire organization. It all starts with direct connections to dozens of data sources including Amazon Redshift, Aurora, and EMR as well as SQL Server, Cloudera, and cloud apps like Google Sheets and Marketo.

You can connect in a moment’s time then use Tableau's award-winning visual analytics platform. Create visualizations, statistically analyze your data with a click, and drag-and-drop your way to rich interactive dashboards. When you're ready to scale to the whole team, spin up Tableau Server on AWS in minutes to share your dashboards and data.

Next generation cloud intelligence

Together, AWS and Tableau can help you to create a powerful cloud analytics platform. You can perform every step of the analytics journey, including data collection, transformation, storage and analysis, at enterprise scale with AWS and Tableau products.

Get started today to see for yourself. Most Amazon products take just minutes to spin up. With Tableau, you can connect to any Amazon database with a couple of clicks and analyze data immediately. Sharing findings through Tableau Server only requires a browser.

Tableau was probably the easiest approval we've ever had because the ROI was already there after 14 days.

About Tableau

Tableau helps people transform data into actionable insights. Explore with limitless visual analytics. Build dashboards and perform ad hoc analyses in just a few clicks. Share your work with anyone and make an impact on your business. From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Tableau to see and understand their data.



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