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Hey there, it’s the Product Team at Alteryx! Did you hear @russell_christopher, Senior Director of Product Management, talk about Server.Next at Inspire this year?
We’d love to know what excites you the MOST when it comes to Server.Next? Below is a small sample list of features (don’t worry if you don’t see something, this is just a sample). Which one will make the most impact if your team had Server.Next today?
Sites: A collection of users, groups, and assets that provides complete data segregation for an organization. While a user may be a member of multiple sites, assets are never shared between sites.
Virtual File System: Able to save workflows and apps on in the system and also share those folders with groups or individuals
Custom Roles and Permissions: The ability to customize roles and permission for groups or individuals
Enhanced Search Capabilities: Easily search for assets, data, and apps across the site.
Share Workflows and Apps
Modern Tech Stack: PostgreSQL, not Mongo
Metadata Loaders and Data Cataloging: Unified and user friendly way to extract metadata from a data sources
Designer Integration: Seamless transition from Server.Next to Designer (i.e. Take a workflow from Server.Next and use it in designer with 1 click)
User Management: Easily manage users on a site through a comprehensive user interface.
Bringing the powerful features from various Alteryx products into Server.NEXT is a massive step forward! Modern tech stack and search & collaboration features known from Alteryx Connect sound really exciting.
I agree with @patrick_digan - moving to a relational data store is the biggest piece for us from this list - also hoping for strong SDLC support; unified version repository across dev/uat/prod; and canvas-level-dependency management for shared assets in later versions.
@cgoodman3- the current Server product utilizes an analytic app to display that information. In Server.Next, it will be similar, but not utilize a workflow to obtain that information (likely built in a diagnostic view). How often do you utilize this functionality? How would you like to use it in the future? Thanks for commenting on our post!