The analytics and business intelligence platform Tableau announced today it is bringing data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) together in a suite of new and expanded augmented analytics features. These aim to empower all Tableau users to make smarter and faster decisions, no matter their background.
The latest enhancements to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse are mainly about empowering non-IT users.
Australian data analytics company Zetaris has appointed Martin Cerantonio to the role of vice president for global alliances.
Google Cloud and Databricks are working together to make the Databricks data platform available in containers on Google Cloud.
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Data and AI company Databricks has launched SQL Analytics, which allows workloads that would normally need a data warehouse to run on a data lake.
Analytics software provider Tableau has launched its Data Literacy for All educational program.
Analytics platform provider Tableau Software has expanded its cloud capability for Asia Pacific customers with the launch of new regions in Australia and Japan for its fully hosted SaaS offering, Tableau Online.
Tableau 2020.1, the latest release of the analytics software, includes features requested by users via the Tableau community forums.
The Tableau analytics and visualisation software is being widely used by Bairnsdale Regional Health Service in regional Victoria to improve operations and reporting.
New features in the 2019.3 release of the Tableau analytics software include the ability to explain the value of a particular data point.
Cloud data warehouse vendor Snowflake has appointed Alana Sahakian as channel and alliances manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Global cloud CRM provider Salesforce announced it will buy data analytics vendor Tableau Software for US$15.7 billion in an all-stock deal.
Tableau is continuing to advance its analytics and visualisation software and its move towards subscriptions, rather than perpetual licensing, is claimed to be proving successful.
Analytics platform Tableau has delivered some major new features in its first update of the year.
A new software release from analytics and visualisation provider Tableau Software features a new API for extensibility, among other changes.
Analytics software provider Tableau has introduced a new data preparation tool called Tableau Prep, and announced new subscription tiers which are claimed to make analytics accessible to wider audiences within its customers.
Cloud-based data warehouse provider Snowflake Computing has made two senior regional appointments in Australia, and opened offices in Sydney and Melbourne.
Analytics platform Tableau's 10th anniversary conference DATA17 is on in Las Vegas this week with 14,000 participants to see a new in-memory data engine called Hyper, Project Maestro, new API and plenty more.
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