Kyvos superpowers Tableau’s performance, enabling users to access trillions of rows of data on the cloud or on-premise storage platforms directly from their Tableau visualizations without any delay or time lag.
Trillions of Rows
Analyze trillions of rows of data in Tableau
Instant Dashboard Refreshes
Interactive response times even for complex reports
Cloud and On-Premise Platforms
Connect Tableau directly to modern data platforms
No Need for Extracts
Analyze your data without any data movement or need to pull extracts
No Scalability Limitations
Query as much data as you need without in-memory limitations
High Performance on Queries
Sub-second response times for both warm and cold queries
Kyvos brings more power to Tableau, making it easier for users to find answers from their data stored on the cloud or on-premise platforms, irrespective of its size or granularity. Tableau users can explore, slice and dice, drill down, and analyze massive volumes of data directly from their dashboards without the need to pull extracts or move data out of their data platform. The same queries which took hours and minutes can be completed in seconds, bringing back time to business users and helping them get deeper insights into their business.
Universal Semantic Layer
Kyvos creates a semantic layer on your data platform that allows thousands of users across the enterprise to access a single source of truth with high performance and unlimited scalability. Users can get in as much data as they need into their Tableau dashboards without any impact on performance. The combined power of Tableau’s powerful visualization and Kyvos’ expertise in handling massive data helps users connect all their data and use the insights to transform their business.
Kyvos enables a live connection between Tableau and modern data platforms, making it extremely easy for users to perform analytics on massive data. It also offers a custom Tableau connector that makes it simpler for Tableau users to connect to Kyvos. Kyvos offers native support for all cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, as well as the latest releases of Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, and Apache Hadoop.
KYVOS + TABLEAU INTEGRATION DEMO
The ever-growing volume of data is driving enterprises to re-think their business intelligence and analytics strategy. Adding Kyvos to your Tableau on Hadoop or cloud infrastructure gives you the power of doing instant analytics on massive amounts of data.
Learn how Kyvos and Tableau work together to speed up BI and meet the growing analytical needs of modern enterprises.
How Walgreens transformed SCM with Kyvos, Tableau, and Big Data?
Watch this video to see how Walgreens uses Kyvos and Tableau on Hadoop to analyze two years of historical data instantly and interactively to get deeper insights into their supply chain.
Self-service, Instant Analytics on Big data supports Business Decision-making at Adobe
Watch this video to learn how Kyvos enabled Adobe to achieve self-service, instant BI on Big Data by building a single consumable data layer for customer behavior analysis using their existing BI tools such as Tableau on Hadoop
Minimizing Risk Exposure at Barclays through interactive access to Data at massive scale
Watch this video where Chuck Chakrabarti, Vice President at Barclays describes the Big Data architecture they implemented using Kyvos, Tableau on Hadoop and Cloudera to achieve instant BI.
TABLEAU’S NEW PURPOSE-BUILT KYVOS CONNECTOR
Tableau released a new custom Kyvos connector with its latest version, Tableau 2019.4. The new connector strengthens the integration between the two platforms and provides the scale, flexibility, and speed that Tableau users need to deal with data at massive scale.
Case Study: Leading pharmacy store chain enables secure access to a single source of truth for thousands of external users
Read our case study in which we showcase how a leading pharmacy store chain uses Kyvos to access massive volumes of data instantly and create reports and dashboards using Tableau on Hadoop. This case study highlights how they use Kyvos to automate the reporting process and provide suppliers with controlled access to their data, helping them analyze their performance regularly and drill-down to item and store level granular details.