Extend your analytics capabilities with cloud databases using Direct Query! Qlik is excited to announce the release of Direct Query, a new capability that allows applications in Qlik Sense SaaS to directly query cloud databases using SQL pushdown as users interact with data through visualizations and user filtering.
It seems like yesterday that we posted a blog about the fantastic Qlik Application Automation connectors and user interface (UI) improvements made in Q2. However,there's more news. This month we've introduced even more productivity enhancements and four more connectors! Let's take a deeper look.
Data Warehouse Automation (DWA) lowers maintenance costs by enabling DevOps, DataOps, and other forms of agile development by dramatically reducing the work required to build, operate, and maintain the data warehouse.
Developers gain agility and productivity by generating and regenerating code to accommodate source schema changes or a new target platform. With this automation, dependence on external staff, such as contractors, is also reduced.
Finally, while DWA spans many life cycle stages, such as data warehouse design, prototyping, testing, monitoring, maintenance, and production updates, it also extends to building data pipelines to ingest the data.
A new release of Qlik Application Automation is here, with improved navigation, the ability to zoom in and out of automations, and several new connectors, blocks, and templates. Let’s first dive into the new connectors and blocks. Then, look for more information on the individual links for “Getting Started” articles.
At Qlik, we strive to deliver our customers the highest level of security within our products so they can comfortably support analytics with their data. We have recently completed the TISAX assessment that sets industry standards for information security in the German Automobile Industry and continues to broaden our standards and compliance offerings.