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It's that time of year where we start to reflect on the past and plan for the future. While we are focusing on driving innovations for next year, it's important to look back across our busy year here at Alteryx. In case you missed any of our announcements this year...
We are proud to bring you the latest version of the Alteryx platform, Alteryx Analytics 2018.3. This release is full of new features that greatly enhance how you prepare, analyze, share and collaborate on data across the organization, now amplified with our newest innovation: Visualytics
With the release of Alteryx Analytics 2018.2, we continue to help enterprises uncover hidden analytic possibilities and centralize the discovery of all their data sources. For Alteryx + Snowflake users, this comes by way of a newly announced bulk data connector and metadata loader for Snowflake.
Several different factors must be considered when thinking through how an enterprise can scale its analytics effectively. Learn how added Alteryx and Databricks functionality in our 2018.2 release can help.
Please join me in welcoming the latest edition of the customer choice platform for BI and Analytics, Alteryx Analytics 2018.2. The passion of our customers is what motivates us and after many long days, late nights, and weekends working, we are proud to bring you the newest version the Alteryx platform. Read more to see what’s included in this release and why.
With the release of 2018.1, Alteryx delivers increased analytic flexibility for users and builds on our great partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The new Amazon Athena and Redshift Spectrum connectors further empower Alteryx users to harness the full value of their existing analytics architecture and emerging big data assets.
Tableau's much-anticipated Hyper technology is now available with their latest release. Hyper is designed to handle large datasets, resulting in faster extract creation and better query performance. We've received lots of questions and requests around the Alteryx-Hyper integration, so we put together a FAQ to address them.
We recently announced our partnership with Plotly, and are thrilled to be able to share more details with you about our relationship in this three-part blog series. For our first blog, we sat down with Matt Sundquist, COO and co-founder of Plotly, to help you get to know Plotly a little more. Read on...