Webinar

Supercharging Tableau Performance on Billions of Rows

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Explore your enormous data to the lowest granularity at the speed of thought.

Being on-par with the soaring velocity and volume of data today is a challenge for many BI tools. And with shortened attention span of the end users (to as low as less than 8 Seconds) it becomes imperative for the BI tools to stay responsive and provide for immediate responses to the end users to ensure continuous engagement.

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Session Overview:

Agenda for the session:
  • 11:00 – 11:05 – Introduction to the Event
  • 11:05 – 11:10 – Current BI & Data Landscape Scale in IT Environnement
  • 11:10 – 11:20 – Meeting Kumar (Understanding the Use case Kumar is trying to solve on large volume of data)
  • 11:20 – 11:25 – Introduction to Kvyos
  • 11:25 – 11:40 – Live Hands-on Demo – Kvyos + Tableau
  • 11:40 – 11:50 – Q&A

Reserve your spot and discover:

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Real-time data integration by GTL with your BI tool from a variety of cloud and on-prem data lakes
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Kyvos’ Smart OLAP™ technology which makes the split-second Tableau responses possible on trillions of rows
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How Kyvos does not have to depend on expensive in-memory technology
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Limitless scaling for analyzing data on Tableau without compromising on performance
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How GTL can provide a full-stack analytical experience

About the webinar

According to a survey by IDC, the data belt will keep getting bigger from 63.1 Zettabytes in 2021 to 102.6 Zettabytes having leading visualization and reporting tools become slow or even unresponsive because of which the users will either compromise on time for the dashboard to render or shell out more money on hardware to keep up with the pace.
Join us to see how Kyvos provides split-second responses to the same amounts of massive data which left the BI tools unresponsive without costing a fortune.
By being the fastest and most adaptable BI acceleration platform, it has provided GTL’s customers with the swiftest performance yet, yes, on even trillions of rows.