Join us on Friday, June 22 for the Tableau Administrators Virtual User Group.
- Welcome & Introduction by Mark Wu, Tableau Ambassador
- Tableau server automation - cleaning and moving unlicensed user's content to a special project, etc by Michael Roberts, Zen Master
- Tableau server 2018.1 new feature demo by Michael Perillo, GoDaddy Server admin, Phoenix Tableau User Group lead.
- Live Q&A
Admit it, it’s time to finally deal with unlicensed users. Sure, some will say it can’t be done but they’re just not trying. Come and join us and learn about how to move unlicensed user content to a special project with a new owner. And, guess what? It’s automatic and it scales. Once it is done, you can remove them from your Server environment and get back to sharing some ideas with your friends.
Tableau 2018.1 and beyond. There is no time better than now to be excited about the advancements Tableau has made. As a Tableau Server Administrator, you can appreciate the current state the platform the groundwork Tableau is paving for the future. We will explore some of the highlights of Tableau 10.5, 2018.1 and beyond. If you are on a version earlier than 10.5, we'll highlight some reasons why you might want to just move to 2018.1; or start planning for a move to 2018.2
Meet the speakers:
Michael Perillo has been helping promote and implement data technology solutions for two decades. He has worked for companies across a variety of industries helping implement and expand self-service analytics. He has been working with Tableau since 2011 and helping people experience the joy of unleashing the power of data analytics since. Michael is a Tableau User Group Ambassador, a Tableau Server Certified Professional and Desktop Qualified Associate.
Michael Roberts has over fifteen years of experience with data, specializing in Analytics Engineering and Automation. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies and small businesses helping them understand and implement their analytics infrastructure. His analytics engineering methods start with people and context. While some industries are consumed with defaults and the status quo, he believes that data intelligence starts with giving access to information with collaboration, scalability, and security in mind.
Mark Wu drove Tableau governance and Center of Excellence aimed at making enterprise data available to a wide variety of users on a self-service basis and balanced with security, scalability and IT support. More than 20,000 users were added to Tableau server within one year. Mark is the keynote speaker at Tableau West Coast Customer Advocacy Summit 2016 & 2017. Check out his blog here: http://enterprisetableau.com/blogs/
For questions about this event, please reach out to Mark Wu.