Organizations need a governance framework to ensure confidence in the data its employees use to make business decisions. A modern analytics platform grants the ability for organizations to more comfortably design and define their governance processes—whether soft guidelines or firm boundaries, or likely somewhere in between.
Reaping the benefits of governed data access
Tableau Server is a modern, self-service analytics platform with many built-in features to promote security, governance, data exploration, and collaboration. Data Server, which is part of Tableau Server, is arguably the most powerful of these tools.
If you'd like to learn more about Data Server, you can also check out our whitepaper Enabling Governed Data Access with Data Server.
This webcast will teach you how Data Server can help you:
- Reduce the proliferation of data sources and analytics content through governance processes, increasing data quality across the organization
- Centrally manage and curate metadata, including sharing standard calculations and field definitions to create consistency throughout your data environment
- Simplify how users access data stored in your databases, including integrating permissions and removing the need to deploy database drivers on local machines
- Optimize processes that ensure confident ad hoc data exploration, like refreshing data extracts once and automatically updating all connected workbooks
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 Consolidating trust in data with Tableau Data Server, part 3 in our series of blog posts by Tableau Community members who share firsthand experience with the movement to modern BI.
"Everyone has their own copies of data, they use different terminology for the same dimension or measure, and it becomes an overall data governance nightmare. With Tableau Data Server, that nightmare goes away and you can sleep better at night."