A gift from Qlik this holiday season, with a December release for cloud editions of Qlik Sense.
We are pleased to release additional capability to the cloud editions of Qlik Sense this month – with some new and improved capabilities in following compositions: Qlik Sense Enterprise on Cloud Services, Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes and Qlik Sense Business Moving forward, in 2020 we plan to release more frequently to these editions, and we encourage you to follow the Product Innovation blog to ensure you stay informed on the latest product advancements.
This December release includes:
All cloud editions (Qlik Sense Business, Qlik Sense Enterprise on Cloud Services & on Kubernetes)
Direct all users to a single hub in Qlik Cloud Services, while still accessing content from multiple locations
Enhancements to the Visualization Bundle, with new sorting options in the Funnel chart
Qlik Geocoding is now available in GeoOperations
Dropbox load connectivity, with the ability to allow a data store of QVDs
Google Drive for file storage is now available in Data Load Editor and in Add Data Manager
Azure Blob file storage connector is now available in Data Load Editor and Add Data Manager
SSL support in REST connector – with the ability to connect to web based, and on-premise data sources, irrespective of deployment in support of our multi-cloud strategy
Expanded existing S3 connector to allow Store of QVDs
All SaaS editions (Qlik Sense Business and Qlik Sense Enterprise on Cloud Services)
API authentication mechanism for automating key actions in the platform
Import a batch of links to content into spaces using the Management Console
Ability to change/transfer owner of an app from one user to another to any user in the tenant
Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes
Qlik is introducing Dynamic Views which is the ability for users to have control over what and when data within a chart can be updated within an app. This new capability in Qlik Sense gives users the ability to refresh the data within one or more charts on-demand.