Flexibility is key in helping organization create a culture of analytics, and we are happy to announce that our latest release breaks the barriers of language, data, and infrastructure limitations so CDOs and CAOs can focus on empowering their problem solvers to use data and find the answers that matter to the organization. Read on for the details.
Alteryx Analytics Release 11.0 expands support for Microsoft SQL Server 2016, Microsoft R Server 9, Azure SQL Data Warehouse, and Microsoft Analytics Platform System to simplify and scale in-database processing and R-based predictive analytics for organizations! This release enables the analytics enterprise to achieve self-service data analytics at scale while balancing the data governance requirements of IT and Data Managers.
Alteryx Server provides a platform for analysts and decision makers across different departments of an organizations to publish, share, collaborate and consume the analytics available to them. With many users, the ability to report on and understand Server usage was essential — so we released the Alteryx Server Usage Report. Learn more about this feature.
At Alteryx we’ve always balanced sophisticated analytics with ease of use, and in Alteryx Analytics 11.0 we continue to enhance our predictive features designed to speed the model development life-cycle for both experienced data scientists as well as those trying out the predictive tools for the first time. Read on to learn more.
Alteryx has always focused on making connecting to and taking advantage of big data easy. With the release of Alteryx Analytics 11.0, we are excited to announce that we are expanding our already robust in-database platform support to include several new platforms. Read on to learn the value of In-database functionality and which new platforms we’ve added to the line-up.
With the release of Alteryx Analytics 11.0, we are excited to announce the new Data Connection Manager feature which is specifically targeted at helping folks get a better grasp of their data connections for improved governance. Now IT or Server managers can see and manage who has access to what data sources, assign privileges, revoke privileges and more. Read on to learn more about this new feature.
With the release of Alteryx Analytics 11.0, we are excited to announce a new browser-based Alteryx Server Scheduling experience, which delivers a powerful new experience. Read on to learn more about this new feature.
I’m excited to announce that with the release of Alteryx Analytics 11.0, once again breaking the traditional data analytics mold and enabling the analytic enterprise by bridging the gap between IT and analytic teams for governed, scalable, and flexible self-service data analytics. Read more to learn more about this release.