Looking to boost your Cloud know-how? Good, cause there are a bunch of sessions for you @ TC16. Search on the hashtag below to find the location and time of the session in question:
- The trends driving cloud adoption
- The key cloud players and what you need to know about them
- How Tableau fits in your cloud journey
Are you new to the cloud? Or on a mission to explore? This is the session for you! Come to this session to learn how to successfully set up Tableau Server in the cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS). We will be doing a single node deployment of Tableau Server, and exploring distributed environment as well.
Join us as we walk through the three major cloud computing platforms–Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform–and explain differences between compute and storage options, deployment options (self-deploy vs. marketplace), configuration best practices, and management best practices.
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.
We’ve spent hundreds of hours load testing and developing real-world experience in order to give you the most complete information possible. We’ll reveal our test results and give you the “rules of thumb” you can use when making decisions about your EC2 environment.
We’ll address questions like:
- Should I spread my cores across multiple EC2 instances, or build out bigger machines?
- How important is disk throughput, and how many IOPS do I need?
- How to implement disk and network encryption to protect PII and move towards HIPAA compliance?
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.
- An introduction to Redshift
- Sizing Redshift clusters
- Basic Redshift query tuning techniques
- Useful Tableau configuration changes
- Designing workbooks with Redshift in mind
- Scenario-based alternatives to Redshift
- Using Tableau to monitor Tableau-on-Redshift performance
Yours truly will be presenting the sessions in red. Come say hello!