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Key Benefits

Problems to Solve

The modern enterprise running Tableau Software has become large and complex.

From managing multiple environments and sites across different geographic locations and of varying assets, to configuring and auditing security for thousands of users and millions of objects and collections, the administration is also becoming increasingly difficult.

How It Is Done

MetaMiner Tableau Edition provides a single entry-point to the entire BI landscape and allows you to manage any number of environments, simultaneously.

MMTE makes it easy to manage your BI platform. It greatly reduces typical administration workflows. Sometimes, from 3 days to 1 minute. MMTE provides instant answers to complex questions that enable organizations to accelerate deployment and ultimately benefit on a much faster return on analytics.

MetaMiner Tableau Edition delivers powerful features that ease the administration of Tableau Software, effectively reducing costs, minimizing risks and increasing efficiency.

Developed with the Tableau users and administrators in mind, MMTE has a rich, concise user interface. It transforms what was once hundreds of mouse clicks through the Tableau Services Manager (TSM) and/or Tableau Online/Desktop to just a few.

Let us dig deeper into just why its many features benefit your enterprise:

  • Multitenancy: cross-environment, cross-site, cross-data source solution
  • Feature-Rich, Real-Time Metadata Warehouse (EDW system)

    • Combined view for many data sources
    • Audit data
    • BI platform analytics:

      With standard Tableau tools, analysis of big data can be a difficult task. Often, you need to see just a small difference between similar objects, that will be lost in huge amount of information.

  • SQL Queries to your Data

  • Enterprise BI Search & Discovery
  • Change Management Analysis
  • Visual Diff & versioning
  • System Alerts

Further Reading

In this documentation, we provide you with a set of typical use cases where MMTE helps you solve business intelligence administration problems.

Please consult the Use Cases chapter.

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