Governed self-service analytics at scale. Access interactive insight from anywhere with Tableau Server.
Data to the people—responsibly
Extend the value of your data across your entire organization with Tableau Server. Empower your business with the freedom to explore data in a trusted environment—without limiting them to pre-defined questions, wizards, or chart types. Have the peace of mind that both your data and your analytics are governed, secure, and accurate. IT organizations love Tableau for it's ease of deployment, robust integration, simplicity of scalability, and excellent reliability. You no longer have to choose between empowering the business or protecting your data - with Tableau you can finally do both.
Connect to any data source securely - whether on-premise or in the cloud. Publish and share your data sources for everyone to use. Work with popular enterprise data sources like Cloudera Hadoop, Oracle, AWS Redshift, cubes, Teradata, Microsoft SQL Server, and more. Use our web data connector and APIs to access hundreds more data sources.
Governance that empowers the business
Governance without compromise. Centrally manage all of your metadata and security rules. Provide shared and curated data sources for your users. Gain visibility into usage to optimize your environment. Dial into the right combination of user flexibility and control.
Powerful monitoring and management
The Tableau platform is easy to deploy, scale, and monitor. Easily track and manage content, users, licenses, and performance. Quickly manage permissions for data sources and content and monitor usage visually. Scale up and out when you’re ready.
Tableau’s rapid-fire business intelligence software lets everyone in your organization analyze and understand their data far faster than any other solution and at a fraction of their costs and resources.
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