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A Tableau Online administrator's job should be easy if they make the right decisions up front. In this session, we will cover administrator features in Tableau Online and strategies for permissions, users, groups, content, keeping data fresh, and monitoring.
This session is also available at the following time(s): Tuesday at 1:45 pm
This session is also available at the following time(s): Tuesday at 10:45 am
Want to get the most out of your team's Tableau Server or Tableau Online? In this session, learn seven practical and effective habits of Tableau users. We take a look at how to effectively share your work, leverage existing content, and ultimately make the most out Tableau Server or Tableau Online capabilities.
Prior to Tableau there was no good system for sharing data between Cross Country Home Services (CCHS) and our clients. Even data insights were limited to static PowerPoint presentations.
After Tableau, CCHS used Tableau Online to share visualizations and data and Tableau Online Sync Client for database updates. Together these systems allowed for fluid, interactive, and updated communication between CCHS and their clients.
Come to this session to learn more about the client-vendor relationship in order to bring more efficient data management and strategic discussions to your organization. Attendees will also see how the unique Tableau Online environment enabled CCHS to create dynamic dashboards which would not of been possible on Tableau Server - dashboards that our clients love.
You can keep your data fresh with Tableau Online for data stored anywhere, whether you're connecting live or using a Tableau Extract. This session will cover the basics of maintaining a live connection, when to extract your data and set a schedule, and sharing so that others can access fresh data. Although this is an intermediate session, it will be useful for people who are new to Tableau Online as well.
Join us for an introduction to Tableau Online. Using Tableau Online is a deployment strategy to consider when you're ready to share your visualizations and grow your organization's commitment to business intelligence. In this session, you'll learn how Tableau Online can provide your company with easy, reliable, and secure access to data and reports. We'll also fill you in on all the new capabilities we've released since last year's conference.
Stop by and make an appointmet: Live Query for On-premise data is coming for Online. Help us fine tune the experience that Online site administrators, data source publishers and viz viewers will have when configuring, publishing and viewing live queried on premise data sources. Stop by Tableau Lab to learn about the activity, and book a 30 minute appointment. Space is limited!
Tableau Lab is your chance to explore and impact the future of Tableau! See early concepts and hands-on prototypes, and provide feedback. Stop by and explore opportunities to get involved during and after the conference.
Have you ever wondered what AWS means? How about EMR, S3, EC2 or Redshift? In this session, you will learn some of the key Amazon Web Services terms and acronyms withing a familiar context.
This presentation will explain in a simple, understandable way, how to use Amazon Web Service to build and deploy a data mart in Amazon Redshift and attach to Redshift as a data source from Tableau on-line or desktop.
You will also learn the criteria the Expedia global payment team used to choose Tableau Online, over other products.
Tips, tricks and best practices for optimizing Redshift for use with Tableau will finish the session.
Whether you're new to Tableau or already a Desktop user, come to this hands-on session and leave with your fully set up Tableau Online trial site, complete with a roadmap to success with Tableau's SaaS solution. Learn how to get started with your data in the cloud, how to govern your data, how to add users, and share insights with your team.
This session is also available at the following time(s): Thursday at 9:00 am
What if you aren't a Fortune 100 company with millions of dollars and teams of BI people to bring to bear? How does a small to mid size company or division get started? When time and money are in short supply, how do you get started with out much of either? Leveraging off the shelf tools like Excel, Access and SQL databases couple that with the power of Tableau Online and you can quickly ramp up to world class analytics.
Come meet Tableau’s cloud team and mingle with cloud-forward conference goers. Director of Product Management Ashley Kramer will talk Tableau’s roadmap for cloud data, Tableau Online, and Tableau Server deployed on public cloud. We’ll also hear from customers moving their data & analytics to the cloud and leave time for you to connect with other attendees.
This session is also available at the following time(s): Wednesday at 10:45 am
Come find out how we scale Tableau Server to meet the loads of Tableau Public and Tableau Online. Learn how you, the customers, are pushing the limits of Tableau Server performance and what we do to stay a step ahead.
So, you’ve got the basics figured out for Tableau Online. You have a site and users using it. In this session, we'll show you how to use automation and other techniques to make your life easy and the user experience delightful. We'll talk about:
- Automating user management
- Setting up SAML for Single Sign-on
- Managing Data Gravity and improving performance for your users
- Tricks for quick publishing and background refreshes
- Using Tableau API’s to backup and restore your sites
Want to take advantage of the freedom that cloud services provides but apprehensive about the security of your data? Tableau places the utmost importance on the security of customer data and in this session you’ll hear what we do to keep it safe. Join us to find out how we handle access control, physical security, remote access, security awareness, and compliance. Security is at the forefront of customer concerns when it comes to vendor selection and we want to put your mind at ease.
Note: Content is still being added to the schedule. Sessions, times, and locations are subject to change.