You need an enterprise BI platform that will leverage your existing investments and grow alongside your changing needs for future success. Data environments, analytics strategies, and business needs are constantly evolving—with no promise to slow down.
Big data analytics for your existing and future technologies
Learn how Tableau gives you more flexibility than any other modern, self-service analytics platform in the market. Integrate with your existing systems, including your computing platform and sources of data. Access data with a live connection or data extract. Deploy Tableau Server where you want: on-premises, in any major public cloud, or as fully hosted SaaS—it’s your choice.
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Join the webinar to learn:
- An overview of flexible deployment options with Tableau Server, including various platforms (OS), and mobile and embedded analytics capabilities
- Considerations for cross-platform capability, including cross-operating system migrations and connecting to data sources wherever your data is
- How to utilize multiple data-query patterns—whether querying structured or semi-structured data on-premises or in the cloud, live or in-memory
- Plus, additional coverage of virtualization and automation support
See the other webinars in our Embracing the Modern BI Evolution series to learn more about data governance, deployment, and scalability of Tableau’s modern analytics platform.
Related reading: Traditional vs. modern BI
Read Deploying modern analytics in a traditional environment, part 4 in our series of blog posts by Tableau Community members who share firsthand experience with the movement to modern BI.
"Tableau’s mission has remained the same from inception to this day and that is to ‘help people see and understand their data.’ What has changed is the growth from a small product to a platform capable of integrating with Linux, Windows, AWS, Azure, and anything in between. These are all options administrators have when deploying Tableau in their organizations."