Meet Tableau SERVER
Think of it as the centralized hub to make self-service analytics scalable. If Tableau desktop enables individuals to see and understand their data, Tableau Server gives organizations the ability to empower large groups and bring self-service analytics to scale.
Tableau Server users can create workbooks and views, dashboards, and data sources in Tableau Desktop, and then publish this content to the server
Tableau Server site and server administrators control who has access to server content to help protect sensitive data. Administrators can set user permissions on projects, workbooks, views, and data sources.
Users can see and interact with the most up-to-date server content from anywhere, whether they use a browser or mobile device.
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Hands On Scenarios
Tableau Server is built to allow everyone in an organization to both view and author content.Â Creating a data-driven self-service analytics culture requires flexibility and a multi-tiered approach to collaboration. Contrast this to most legacy BI approaches which require specialists to prepare, develop, and publish content or metadata models before business users can begin exploring[…]
In the demonstration, you saw the process that a data steward would use to prepare a data source for others to use.Â These are called published data sources and are an important aspect of salable enterprise adoption of self-service analytics. Simply put, an analyst using Tableau Desktop can connect to data in two ways: Native[…]
Tableau contains a wealth of information about how people are using the Server.Â Keep your Tableau Server a well-oiled machine by using Tableau-on-Tableau! Exercise 1: Exploring Admin Views Take a few minutes to explore some of the built-in analytics by going to âStatusâ and scroll down to âAnalysisâ.Â Note that you must use an account[…]