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Amazon Web Services has been the dominant leader in the public cloud space since the beginning. Tableau integrates with AWS services to empower enterprises to maximize the return on your organization’s data and to leverage their existing technology investments. It all starts with direct connections to Amazon data sources including Amazon Redshift, Amazon Aurora, Amazon Athena and Amazon EMR as well as many outside data sources such as SQL Server, Cloudera Hadoop, and numerous Cloud apps like Google Analytics and Salesforce..
Connect in a moment and your organization can immediately start leveraging Tableau's analytics platform. Tableau provides the depth and breadth of capabilities to ensure that data can be confidently deployed across the entire enterprise. With Amazon Redshift, organizations have the potential to create a massively scalable, cloud-based data warehouse in just a few clicks. Deploy Tableau Server on AWS in minutes to share your dashboards and data directly with the people in your organization that need to see them. Read below to learn more about how Tableau and AWS create the complete cloud analytics platform.
With Tableau on AWS you'll experience agile, flexible and scalable self-service analytics to meet the needs of your everyday business. Tableau's rigorous analytics capabilities enable in-depth data exploration for the business user with the security and governance required by IT. We're bringing our most seasoned cloud analytics experts to help you design an analytics platform that is flexible to the needs of your work environment.
Wednesday, November 29 from 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
The Venetian | Level 4 - Marcello 4405
Tad Buhman, Senior Business Analyst II
Anna Terp, Database Developer II (Big Data)
As one of the thought leaders in Expedia's cloud migration, the Expedia Global Payments Business Intelligence group architected, designed and built a complete cloud data mart solution from the ground up using the AWS and Tableau online. In this session, we will discuss our business challenge, the journey to the solution, high-level technical architecture (using S3, EMR, data pipelines, Redshift, Tableau Online) and lessons learned along the way, including best practices and optimization methods, etc.
Thursday, November 30 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
The Aria | Level 3 - Juniper 1
Wesley Story, VP Sales & Marketing Tech & Enterprise Tech Services
Navin Advani, Senior Director of Enterprise Information Management
In this session, we detail Sysco's journey from a company focused on hindsight-based reporting to one focused on insights and foresight. For this shift, Sysco moved from multiple data warehouses to an AWS ecosystem, including Amazon Redshift, Amazon EMR, AWS Data Pipeline, and more. As the team at Sysco worked with Tableau, they gained agile insight across their business. Learn how Sysco decided to use AWS, how they scaled, and how they became more strategic with the AWS ecosystem and Tableau.
Together, AWS and Tableau create a powerful cloud analytics platform. You can perform every step of the analytics journey: data collection, transformation, storage and analysis, at enterprise scale with AWS and Tableau products. Get started today to see for yourself.Learn more about Tableau Server on AWS
It was really easy to be able to connect Tableau with AWS. There are already built-in connectors for the different databases that we have. For example, we have data in SQL server, MySQL, Postgres, Redshift. So we're able to connect to all that out of the box with Tableau.