Tag: Tableau

Tableau Certified BI Connector Plugin (Beta Version) is Available Now!

Businesses of all sizes rely on Tableau to meet their BI and Analytics needs. The 3 major reasons for the wide adoption of Tableau is its data visualizations, user-friendliness, and connectivity to a wide variety of data sources. In fact, Tableau offers connectivity to traditional BI platforms such as Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) […]

How to Maximize Your Data Value With
Tableau’s Smart Analytics?

Introduction Data Analytics for business users is not just about self-service data visualization anymore.  The Data Analytics platforms such as Tableau give more superpowers to end-users by extending the scope of self-service to data preparation and predictive analytics as well. Tableau is leaving no stone unturned to simplify data analysis and decision-making for its users. […]

How to Setup Row Level Security (RLS) in Tableau?

When setting up reporting of any kind with your company’s often sensitive data, one of the critical questions to answer is – How can we effectively secure the data? Row Level Security (RLS) is a hot topic in the Tableau world. While it is possible to set up in Tableau Desktop it currently requires a […]

BI Migration vs Integration? Which works best for OBIEE and Tableau?

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a traditional Business Intelligence (BI) platform used by enterprises for over a decade now. In recent years, many advanced data visualization tools such as Tableau made analytics possible with simple point-and-click and drag-and-drop actions. Hence, self-service analytics has become the new normal, but that’s absent in OBIEE. The […]

Why is BI Connector the Best Tableau OBIEE Connector?

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) users have started sensing a big drawback in OBIEE – Absence of Self-service Data Visualization features. This drawback has led users to complement OBIEE’s limitations by connecting it to modern data visualization tools such as Tableau. Some organizations, despite moving to Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) are connecting Tableau to […]

Connecting Tableau to OBIEE via Oracle BI Server ODBC Driver [Pros and Cons]

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a traditional BI platform with strong data management capabilities but poor data visualization features. Hence, organizations using OBIEE are connecting self-service data visualization tools such as Tableau to effectively complement OBIEE’s limitations in a bimodal approach. One of the options to integrate Tableau to OBIEE or Oracle Analytics […]

The Pros and Cons of Exporting and Importing Data From OBIEE to Tableau via Excel

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a traditional BI platform that has data visualization limitations. The organizations using OBIEE have started sensing its limitations with the arrival of modern data visualization tools such as Tableau. In these organizations, the Tableau users are most likely to use a manual export/import process via Excel for visualizing […]

3 Ways to Connect Tableau to OBIEE

The best way to overcome the data visualization drawbacks of OBIEE is to connect Self-service analytics tools to OBIEE. Tableau is one of the data visualization tools that have the potential to effectively complement OBIEE’s limitations just by integrating Tableau and OBIEE. Some organizations, despite moving to Oracle Analytics Cloud(OAC) are connecting Tableau to OAC […]

Replacing OBIEE with Tableau: A Quick Cost-Benefit Analysis

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is used by large companies for decades to meet their BI needs. In recent years, with the introduction of modern BI platforms such as Tableau, the OBIEE users have started sensing the drawbacks of OBIEE in terms of self-service and data visualization. You may want to take a quick […]

3 Ways to Address OBIEE’s Data Visualization Drawbacks With Tableau

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is a traditional BI platform that offers excellent data management features. However, OBIEE falls far short of user expectations in the self-service data visualization aspect. In this blog post, we’ll take a quick look at the following 3 ways to address Oracle BI’s data visualization drawbacks with Tableau. Here […]