Tableau add new big data analytics features

Tableau recently updated its AI and analytics capabilities

Tableau add new big data analytics features

Salesforce has added new data and analytics features in Tableau. It will be offered with some new enterprise subscription plans. The new features add some important enhancements and additions with a focus on managing data and data governance and also make sure that analytics equip with the changing demand.

Tableau’s chief product officer, Francois Ajenstat, stated that the platform has historically assisted people in viewing and understanding data. With the additional features, IT leaders will have an easier time, making the platform more popular and well-liked in the field. The pandemic underscored the significance of improving data self-sufficiency. According to McKinsey, more than 92 percent of businesses fail to scale data analytics. Furthermore, according to a recent study conducted by MuleSoft and Coleman Parkes Research, 87 percent of IT and business leaders believe that security and governance are hindering innovation.

Tableau 2021.3 will include redesigned data prep features to make it easier for clients to automatically reduce loads and server costs while mapping out data trends. New governance tools alert users to potential issues and provide them a better knowledge of their data and where it came from. Additionally, enhanced management controls allow administrators to restrict who has access to which data slices from a central location.

Enterprise Deployment Guidelines, a new enterprise reference architecture, gives businesses a way to meet fundamental availability, scalability, and security criteria. Meanwhile, dynamic scaling and resource management, which are also new, allows businesses to set resource limits for their deployments, ensuring that enough software containers are available during peak demand and scaling down during low demand.

According to Doug Henschen, VP and lead analyst at Constellation Research, IT executives are facing unprecedented problems today, and the epidemic has emphasised the need to improve data self-sufficiency and empower everyone to do more with data. For businesses, a data analytics platform is no longer a luxury; it’s a need that might make the difference between surviving and succeeding.

Tableau recently updated its AI and analytics capabilities, including a new input experience that instructs users on how to ask questions of data. Tableau added an Einstein Discovery module earlier this year, which employs machine learning algorithms to uncover patterns in data.