Qubole Data Service (QDS) is a cloud-native autonomous data platform that removes the complexity and reduces the cost of managing Big Data, allowing the data team to focus on business outcomes rather than on managing infrastructure.
QDS self-manages and constantly analyzes and learns about the platform’s usage through a combination of heuristics and machine learning, providing insights and recommendations to optimize reliability, performance and cost. QDS orchestrates and manages Big Data clusters such as Hadoop, Spark, Presto, and Hive in any public cloud and allows direct access to Big Data services securely with user-access control through the QDS user interface (Analyzer and Notebooks), via a REST API and ODBC/JDBC interfaces.
Tableau is a business intelligence solution that integrates data analysis and reports into a continuous visual analysis process that is easy to learn and use.
Organizations deploying Big Data face the challenge to provide timely data access to business users (Analysts, Data Scientists, and so on) while running, managing and optimizing the Big Data infrastructure to keep up with the increasing amount of data.
Qubole and Tableau address those challenge by providing fast data access while removing the complexities of provisioning, managing, and scaling the Big Data infrastructure.
This guide describes the steps to configure Tableau for using it with the Qubole Data Service.
- Understanding the Tableau Integration with QDS
- Understanding the Prerequisites
- Configuring Tableau Using Qubole Presto Connector - Recommended
- Configuring Tableau Using Other Databases (ODBC) - Deprecated
- Configuring Tableau Using Qubole Quantum Connector
- Creating a Workbook
- Publishing a Workbook from Desktop and Scheduling Extract Refresh on Tableau Server
- Understanding Some Additional Information related to the Integration