Join us Wednesday, January 18, for the Tableau Administrators Virtual User Group.
Building a COE at Wells Fargo: Next Level Governance at Large Scale
Over the last two years, users of our Tableau Server production platform grew over 500% to a total of nearly 30,000 users today! During this explosive growth, governance and best practices took a (temporary) back seat, and problems like extract refresh delays and hardware resource constraints soon bubbled to the surface. Enter the Wells Fargo Business Intelligence Competency Center! Join us to hear how we boosted the environment’s efficiency by establishing governance, best practices and optimization throughout the platform.
We’ll discuss a few aspects of our multi-pronged approach such as upgrading hardware, establishing controls for permissions and identity authorization, extract/subscription schedule optimization, and user education focused on performance best practices. Finally, we’ll discuss the many methods the Wells Fargo Tableau BICC employs to evangelize ways to make tenants successful with the platform, and help them connect with us and each other for support.
Brian Mooneyham, Wells Fargo
Brian is a vice president within the enterprise data & analytics (ED&A) group at Wells Fargo and is a previous presenter from TC14. Brian is responsible for the Enterprise-Wide Tableau Center of Excellence providing guidance and assistance with Tableau capabilities, assessments, implementations as well as design, development, training and best practices. Having earned a degree in mathematics, Brian has 19 years of experience with analytics, technology, marketing and strategy from multiple industries: banking, insurance, telecommunications, retail, hospitality, and professional sports.
Angie Greenhaw, Wells Fargo
Angie is a leader in the Business Intelligence Competency Center at Wells Fargo, where she drives Tableau best practices across all business units. She is an expert in visual data analysis and also administers the Wells Fargo Tableau Server platform for 30,000 users. Angie was previously a Tableau employee in professional services, where she spent almost two years as a senior business consultant. In this role, she designed custom dashboards, alleviated performance issues, installed/configured Tableau Server, and provided customized training, all while driving best practices for the platform. Angie holds certification credentials in both Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server and was a Tableau Doctor at the 2014 Tableau conference.