Leaving Las Vegas: Recap of the 2019 Tableau Conference
Wow! What a week we had with one of the biggest data communities in the world at the Tableau Conference in Las Vegas. This year’s event had about 20,000 data-driven people from all industries and all-sized organizations. And, we were able to talk with a lot of members of one of the biggest data communities in the world.
The week began at Tableau’s Global Partner Summit, where we were part of a community of 950 partners who are helping Tableau users get more value from their data. We heard from Tableau’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Partners and Alliances, Julie Slocum Bennani, who explained upcoming changes to the partner program and from Tableau’s Chief Product Officer, François Ajenstat, who told us about all of the exciting new features coming to the Tableau product line.
The AtScale team then headed to Booth #328 at the Mandalay Bay where we talked to Tableau users about how AtScale Adaptive Analytics (A3) delivers live data to the Tableau platform – no matter how much data you have or where your data resides. We explained:
- How to analyze live data across the enterprise instantaneously using A3 to deliver “live” Tableau queries interactively so you can query trillions of rows of data without having to move it, making integration of new data sources lightning fast.
- How to get one version of the truth using A3’s Universal Semantic Layer™ to defines all business logic in one place eliminating the need to build business logic and calculations directly into Tableau dashboards and workbooks.
- How to keep calm and query on because A3 employs Autonomous Data Engineering™ to create and maintain acceleration structures for data. This guarantees performance for all queries while eliminating “runaway queries” that result in slow performance and expensive query costs.
To learn more:
- Sign up for our Analyze Big Data in Tableau at the Speed of Thought webinar on December 5th where AtScale’s co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Dave Mariani, will be demonstrating how to use AtScale Adaptive Analytics to create a live connection to data in Tableau and use the Universal Semantic Layer for shared business logic.
- Read the Datasheet: AtScale and Tableau to learn how Tableau and AtScale are helping enterprises analyze massive amounts of data at the speed of thought, which is changing the way people are using data to solve their business challenges.
- Read the Case Study: Rakuten Rewards and learn how Rakuten Rewards restructured its data infrastructure when they moved from an on-premise Hadoop cluster to a Snowflake cloud data warehouse on Amazon Web Services (AWS). AtScale A3 provided query optimization and semantic connections to the data, which is then analyzed by end users with Tableau.