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AG-gugelbisolutions
Creator II
Creator II

Qlik Sense Business Cloud Limitations

Hi there, I'm planning to move/adopt Qlik Sense Business Cloud (at least at the beginning), but I'm struggling to undertand a few limits of the cloud infrastructure.

  1. How many GB of storage are included in Qlik Sense Business Cloud?
  2. How many app reload are we allowed to trigger per day?
  3. Can we perform chained app reload, i.e., triggering a reload when another app gets reloaded successfully?

Thanks.

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Daniele_Purrone
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Hi @AG-gugelbisolutions 
You will find the limitations here on the help site.
As for question number 3, that option is only available via Qlik Application Automation, which is offered with Qlik Sense Enterprise, not Business.

Daniele - Principal Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
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Daniele_Purrone
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Support

Hi @AG-gugelbisolutions 
You will find the limitations here on the help site.
As for question number 3, that option is only available via Qlik Application Automation, which is offered with Qlik Sense Enterprise, not Business.

Daniele - Principal Technical Support Engineer & SaaS Support Coordinator at Qlik
If a post helps to resolve your issue, please accept it as a Solution.
monvcxyb
Contributor
Contributor

It's been a while since your post, but I'd like to add some information. About Qlik Sense Business Cloud limitations, here's the scoop. One thing to keep in mind is that every tool has its strengths and weaknesses. So, with Qlik Sense Business Cloud, you might hit a few bumps, but that's normal. One thing I've noticed is that the loop backup for workspace can be a real lifesaver. It's like having a safety net, you know? Plus, it's pretty user-friendly, which is always a bonus. Sure, there are some limits here and there, but if you work around them smartly, you can still do a lot. Overall, it's a handy tool, just gotta get a feel for how to make it work best for you.