This group will help you, as a QlikView user, modernize your BI platform by implementing Qlik Sense. It supports customers taking advantage of our Analytics Modernization Program and provides Q&A, best practices and resources on migrating apps from QlikView to Qlik Sense.
QlikView customers can leverage their investment to accelerate their adoption of next-generation BI. Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more. Details and link to register are here.
Last week Qlik launched QlikView Object Migration for Cloud, a new utility that transitions server bookmarks from on-prem QlikView deployments to the Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS tenants so users can benefit from a consistent experience on-prem and in the cloud. QlikView Object Migration for Cloud gives users the precise data insights they require by mapping Active Directory users on the QlikView Server and those on Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS, driving faster and more relevant insights. More information can be found in this blog post and datasheet.
The AMP offering at the moment makes it an excellent time to start moving across to Qlik Sense, and if you go with Qlik's cloud offering you will not need to invest in any new hardware or infrastructure. By utilising Qlik's Data Transfer Tool you can have your existing QlikView QVD generators running on premise and the tool pushing your data to the cloud and kicking off a refresh.
One of the things which is not so easy in the Cloud is monitoring usage. If you have Session or Usage licences on QlikView you will get Capacity Minutes, which are highly flexible and drawn down as users view apps. These minutes then refresh each month. Keeping tabs on the minutes used against where you would expect to be in the month is crucial.
This is why I produced this application to monitor and alert on usage:
The app monitors capacity minutes, but if you also have auto-allocate on Analyzer and Professional licences, the code can be modified to monitor the uptake of those also.
Hope that you find this useful!
I'm migrating form #QlikView to #QlikSense and finding a lot of frustration in the process
I have a simple table chart where I have two dimensions and a simple expression:
Month, Application, Sum(One)/Sum(Total <Month> One)
It works like a charm in View, both without and with a top 10 values dimension limit in the Application dimension.
When I migrate the same table, from the same data i got the same result... until i apply the limit, then the all clause doesnt' take Month in consideration, but all the values for "One" field.
How can I fix this other than keeping with ol' good QView forever?
This recently-published technical brief provides you with insight into the Qlik modernization strategy. It discusses the value of SaaS deployment and how Qlik Sense can give you the power of 3rd-generation analytics with extensive capabilities provided when running on the Qlik Cloud. You can alleviate infrastructure and management costs, reducing total cost of ownership for analytics, without disrupting your QlikView environment. You can even upload QlikView apps and consume both products side-by-side on the Qlik Sense hub. The paper goes on to provide you with a guide, which includes five steps you can take to easily migrate some compatible QlikView on-premises documents to Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS.
We hope you find this technical brief informative. Check it out today.
We're excited to share that the OnDemand webinar "QlikView Customers: Accelerate Modernization with Analytics on the Cloud" is now available for you to watch and learn. This webinar gives you insight into the reasons to choose a cloud-based analytics solution as your use cases evolve and those requirements drive modernization. You will learn how you can leverage the investment you've already made in QlikView to adopt next-generation analytics via Qlik Sense. You'll see how to use Qlik Sense and QlikView on the cloud together -- side-by-side, without disrupting your current QlikView environment. And, finally we will walk you through the simple steps you can take to migrate select compatible apps of your choosing to Qlik Sense.
Check out the OnDemand Webinar today!
Time to time qlik view server get hang because of unnecessary memory utilization. Once its happened I couldn’t connect to the server via remote desktop connection and all the server function and qlik application can not be accessed. Pls help me to resolve this issue.
This post discusses the value of adopting BI through SaaS. It discusses the changes in market dynamics and expectations of today's analytics environments. It also introduces the value provided by the Analytics Modernization Program, specifically adopting the SaaS deployment of Qlik Sense Enterprise, and how it is the best choice to deploy quickly, reduce reliance on IT, and lower your total cost of BI ownership.
This blog post can be found here!
Qlik Fix is a series of short videos providing solutions to you, as a Qlik customer. Learn and solve challenges quickly and easily. We have three new videos that help QlikView customers with Qlik Sense. You can learn how to:
Follow the Qlik Fix page to see more videos as they become available.
Want to learn how to best utilize QlikView and Qlik Sense together or how to easily create Qlik Sense apps? What about migrating some apps from QlikView to Qlik Sense?
Get started with our no cost Qlik Continuous Classroom courses. You'll see several courses to jump start your Qlik Sense adoption. Course topics include:
QlikView users: Adopting next generation analytics has never been easier. Download this ebook to read how QlikView customers can leverage their investment to embrace next-generation BI capabilities by adopting Qlik Sense® through the Analytics Modernization Program.
We gathered gathered feedback from customers in a survey of former QlikView customers who have now adopted Qlik Sense. The results, plus some industry stats are included in this infographic. You'll see that the #1 reason QlikView customers adopt Qlik Sense is a desire for a modern BI experience.
Check out the infographic.
Did you miss this year's QlikWorld event (formerly Qonnections)? Do you want to review a session, or two, or five?
Now you can! Check out QlikWorld OnDemand. Explore resources, learn tips and tricks, and experience insights and demonstrations of the latest Qlik technology.
Join QlikWorld here and maximize your Qlik knowledge!!
One of the most prominent differentiators between QlikView and Qlik Sense are the vast array of charts and visualizations that can be created, easily with Qlik Sense. In this blog, Patric Nordstrom, director of product management from Qlik's Global Products Organization, provides an overview of these charts.
JBS, a large-scale distributor or meats, took an inclusive approach to modernizing BI across their organization. Stephanie Robinson, Qlik Manager IT BI Team at JBS, understood some users would resist change and worked to promote the benefits of Qlik Sense through several in-person demonstrations. The organization allowed people to continue using QlikView and transition on their own schedule. The early adopters became informal Qlik Sense champions; and they provided others with support on the new platform, when needed.
Check out the Qlik Upshot story here.
This video and brief datasheet provide essential details of the Analytics Modernization Program for QlikView customers. The program provides Qlik Sense entitlement to your QlikView users for a modest uplift on your annual QlikView maintenance. You can choose to adopt subscription licensing, either Client-Managed or SaaS. With SaaS, you'll realize dramatic TCO savings, and you can run QlikView and Qlik Sense side-by-side in the Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS hub.
We are REALLY excited to let you know that QlikView April 2020 is now available on our download site. This is a major release of QlikView and includes an impressive list of features to help our QlikView customers modernize analytics. For more details, see https://help.qlik.com/en-US/qlikview/April2020/Content/QV_HelpSites/Whats_New_in_QlikView.htm
I recorded a short video to highlight a couple of things you may find relevant: https://youtu.be/dKWv9gkKNHE
This release also includes over 400 bug fixes. Major and notable bug fixes are mentioned in our release notes.
You can publish a link to a QlikView document in the Qlik Sense hub instead of distributing files by email or to a specific folder location. See how, here.
This blog post introduces the Analytics Modernization Program for QlikView customers. The program provides QlikView users entitlement to Qlik Sense. Customers can expand their analytics capabilities, adopt Qlik Sense with confidence while keeping QlikView running as-is, and reduce analytics solution TCO.