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It is clear that Alteryx does not currently run on Linux, except perhaps in a VM or with Wine. But can that be future development? I use Linux for R, Scala, Database and Python programming. So why not Alteryx?
It's not just a convenience for individuals -- can also make a big difference to organizations. Our development organization does not support Windows servers. Everything (and all the skill set) is Linux. So much much easier to stand up shared Alteryx services if they are on Linux. High on our wish list.