Cloudera and Tableau make it easy to perform sophisticated visual analysis directly on data in Hadoop without needing to know code or query languages. Information from Cloudera Enterprise is visually displayed in Tableau as a series of fields that users can drag- and-drop to visualize the data relevant to the analysis. Connecting Tableau to Impala is as easy as connecting to any other data source from Tableau: it just works, no additional setup or programming required. Unlock the power of big data with Tableau's powerful interactive analytics that can handle whatever massive volume and variety of data you've got stored in Cloudera Enterprise.
Why Cloudera and Tableau?
Cloudera's performant and multi-faceted data stores make it easy to store and query massive amounts of data. Tableau allows you to discover new insights in seconds. Create interactive visualizations and dashboards — all without any programming. Then share them with just a few clicks. In this video Dan Jewett, VP of Product Management at Tableau, talks about how end customers are using Tableau and Cloudera together to address critical business use cases like customer 360 and operational data analytics.Watch now
Tableau and Cloudera deployed on Azure
Cloudera and Tableau have teamed up to give anyone who has ever wanted to try fast, interactive visual analysis against Hadoop the ability to do so. No downloads, no installations, no waiting.
Deploy a Tableau Server environment connected to a Cloudera Hadoop cluster on Microsoft Azure with this Quickstart.Learn more
We are using Tableau with Hadoop via Impala to analyze hundreds of millions of records in a matter of seconds. It’s so fast. I can't see a future that doesn’t include something like this — a visualization tool on a powerful database—that allows you to instantly figure out what's going on with your company.