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Tableau analytics platform upgrades driven by user needs

LAS VEGAS — Tableau revealed a host of additions and upgrades to the Tableau analytics platform in the days both before and during Tableau Conference 2019.

Less than a week before its annual user conference, the vendor released Tableau 2019.4, a scheduled update of the Tableau analytics platform. And during the conference, Tableau unveiled not only new products and updates to existing ones, but also an enhanced partnership with Amazon Web Services to help users move to the cloud and a new partner network.

Many of the additions to the Tableau analytics platform have to do with data management, an area Tableau only recently began to explore. Among them are Tableau Catalog and Prep Conductor.

Others, meanwhile, are centered on augmented analytics, including Ask Data and Explain Data.

All of these enhancements to the Tableau analytics platform come in the wake of the news last June that Tableau was acquired by Salesforce, a deal that closed on Aug. 1 but was held up until just last week by a regulatory review in the United Kingdom looking at what effect the combination of the two companies would have on competition.

In a two-part Q&A, Andrew Beers, Tableau’s chief technology officer, discussed the new and enhanced products in the Tableau analytics platform as well as how Tableau and Salesforce will work together.

Part I focuses on data management and AI products in the Tableau analytics platform, while Part II centers on the relationship between Salesforce and Tableau.

Data management has been a theme of new products and upgrades to the Tableau analytics platform — what led Tableau in that direction?

Andrew BeersAndrew Beers

Andrew Beers: We’ve been about self-service analysis for a long time. Early themes out of the Tableau product line were putting the right tools in the hands of the people that were in the business that had the data and had the questions, and didn’t need someone standing between them and getting the answers to those questions. As that started to become really successful, then you had what happens in every self-service culture — dealing with all of this content that’s out there, all of this data that’s out there. We helped by introducing a prep product. But then you had people that were generating dashboards, generating data sets, and then we said, ‘To stick to our belief in self-service we’ve got to do something in the data management space, so what would a user-facing prep solution look like, an operationalization solution look like, a catalog solution look like?’ And that’s what started our thinking about all these various capabilities.

Along those lines, what’s the roadmap for the next few years?

Beers: We always have things that are in the works. We are at the beginning of several efforts — Tableau Prep is a baby product that’s a year and a half old. Conductor is just a couple of releases old. You’re going to see a lot of upgrades to those products and along those themes — how do you make prep easier and more approachable, how do you give your business the insight into the data and how it is being used, and how do you manage it? That’s tooling we haven’t built out that far yet. Once you have all of this knowledge and you’ve given people insights, which is a key ingredient in governance along with how to manage it in a self-service way, you’ll start to see the Catalog product grow into ideas like that.

Are these products something customers asked for, or are they products Tableau decided to develop on its own?

Beers: It’s always a combination. From the beginning we’ve listened to what our customers are saying. Sometimes they’re saying, ‘I want something that looks like this,’ but often they’re telling us, ‘Here is the kind of problem we’re facing, and here are the challenges we’re facing in our organization,’ and when you start to hear similar stories enough you generalize that the customers really need something in this space. And this is really how all of our product invention happens. It’s by listening to the intent behind what the customer is saying and then inventing the products or the new capabilities that will take the customer in a direction we think they need to go.

Shifting from data management to augmented intelligence, that’s been a theme of another set of products. Where did the motivation come from to infuse more natural language processing and machine learning into the Tableau analytics platform?

Beers: It’s a similar story here, just listening to customers and hearing them wanting to take the insights that their more analyst-style users got from Tableau to a larger part of the organization, which always leads you down the path of trying to figure out how to add more intelligence into the product. That’s not new for Tableau. In the beginning we said, ‘We want to build this tool for everyone,’ but if I’m building it for everyone I can’t assume that you know SQL, that you know color design, that you know how to tell a good story, so we had to build all those in there and then let users depart from that. With these smart things, it’s how can I extend that to letting people get different kinds of value from their question. We have a researcher in the NLP space who was seeing these signals a while ago and she started prototyping some of these ideas about how to bring natural language questioning into an analytical workspace, and that really inspired us to look deeply at the space and led us to think about acquisitions..

What’s the roadmap for Tableau’s AI capabilities?

With the way tech has been developing around things like AI and machine learning, there are just all kinds of new techniques that are available to us that weren’t mainstream enough 10 years ago to be pulling into the product.
Andrew BeersChief technology officer, Tableau

Beers: You’re going to see these AI and machine learning-style capabilities really in every layer of the product stack we have. We showed two [at the conference] — Ask Data and Explain Data — that are very much targeted at the analyst, but you’ll see it integrated into the data prep products. We’ve got some smarts in there already. We’ve added Recommendations, which is how to take the wisdom of the crowd, of the people that are at your business, to help you find things that you wouldn’t normally find or help you do operations that you yourself haven’t done yet but that your community around have done. You’re going to see that all over the product in little ways to make it easier to use and to expand the kinds of people that can do those operations.

As a technology officer, how fun is this kind of stuff for you?

Beers: It’s really exciting. It’s all kinds of fun things that we can do. I’ve always loved the mission of the company, how people see and understand data, because we can do this for decades. There’s so much interesting work ahead of us. As someone who’s focused on the technology, the problems are just super interesting, and I think with the way tech has been developing around things like AI and machine learning, there are just all kinds of new techniques that are available to us that weren’t mainstream enough 10 years ago to be pulling into the product.

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VMware vSphere update tweaks HTML5 client, bundles AppDefense

A stand-alone update to VMware vSphere 6.7 sports a few upgrades and a polished HTML5 client interface, while another version bundles the company’s AppDefense security product with a higher price tag.

Besides the new interface, vSphere 6.7 Update 1 contains a vCenter Server Converge Tool and additional vMotion and snapshot capabilities for Nvidia Grid vGPUs and support for field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).

Experts said these additional vSphere capabilities are useful, if not long overdue, but don’t elevate this release to a major one for vSphere customers.

“There are some nice things, like the vSphere Client, and the FPGA support for vMotion is good for people that will use the product every day … but it is a minor upgrade,” said Gary Chen, research manager for software-defined compute at IDC.

Gary Chen, research manager for software-defined compute, IDCGary Chen

Some of the higher-end technical improvements could attract some users who implement machine learning and AI capabilities, Chen said. However, the virtualization market is very well-penetrated, and the new release is more to evolve the product and keep customers on board.

Most end users will welcome the vSphere update’s tweaks to improve the HTML5 client, as well as vGPU vMotion additions, but those particular functions won’t drive greater adoption of the product, said Brian Kirsch, IT architect and instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College.

VSphere Platinum plugs in AppDefense

The bundled version, vSphere Platinum Edition, contains vSphere 6.7 Update 1 and AppDefense, with a vCenter plug-in for AppDefense, and it offers application-level security, according to Mike Adams, senior director of product marketing for VMware’s cloud platform business unit.

“AppDefense can offer a good known state for what should be running in the hypervisor from the applications’ perspective,” Adams said. “So, if there is any deviation from that, admins will get an alert right away and be able to do something about it.”

Most IT shops will appreciate VMware’s continued focus on security with the bundling of AppDefense, Kirsch said. This, combined with NSX’s attention to east-west attacks, should curry favor with larger IT shops.

Bargain hunters beware

Why would you [buy] the bundle if you can buy [vSphere and AppDefense] cheaper separately?
Gary Chenanalyst, IDC

What could steal attention away from the products’ new features, however, is the Platinum Edition’s price tag of $4,195 per CPU, per year. The current edition of vSphere Enterprise Plus goes for $3,495 per CPU, per year, and the current SaaS version of AppDefense is $500 per CPU, per year, totaling $3,995.

Asked to explain the higher Platinum price tag, Adams noted the package includes $10,000 in promotional credits for VMware Cloud on AWS. He added that this, plus the AppDefense vCenter plug-in, “is of significant value” to users.

The additional $200 per CPU, per year, is a significant sum for some large IT shops that have hundreds of servers, each with four, eight or more CPUs. Many might opt to buy the products separately and pocket the savings.

“Why would you [buy] the bundle if you can buy them cheaper separately, unless they are not telling us something?” IDC’s Chen said.

The promotional credits for VMware Cloud on AWS may offer some incentive, but workloads that require the aforementioned horsepower in AWS will use that up relatively quickly. Buyers also should be aware that the credits are good for only six months and can be used only toward single-server instances, Chen said.

SearchServerVirtualization site editor Ryann Burnett contributed to this story.

For Sale – Various Desktop / Laptop internal hard drives

Having a clear out due to recent upgrades so, here are some hard drives for sale. I’ve tested them with HDTune and they are clear so do have a look by clicking on the link for each hard drive. I’m happy to offer discounts for multiple. Don’t think any are in warranty but the desktop ones were mostly used in the NAS

I’ve not kept up to date with hard drive pricing so if my prices are off please do let me know (but please do also give me some proof that my prices are off 😉

Desktop – 3.5″ Drives

2TB SAMSUNG HD204UI£40
1.5TB SAMSUNG HD154UI£33
1.5TB SAMSUNG HD154UI£33
1.5TB WDC WD15EARX-00PASB0£33
1TB TOSHIBA DT01ACA100£27

Laptop – 2.5″ Drives

100GB HGST HTS721010G9SA00£15
100GB HITACHI£15
160GB SEAGATE ST9160412AS£19
500GB HGST HTS725050A7E630£28

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Location: Gloucestershire
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For Sale – Various Desktop / Laptop internal hard drives

Having a clear out due to recent upgrades so, here are some hard drives for sale. I’ve tested them with HDTune and they are clear so do have a look by clicking on the link for each hard drive. I’m happy to offer discounts for multiple. Don’t think any are in warranty but the desktop ones were mostly used in the NAS

I’ve not kept up to date with hard drive pricing so if my prices are off please do let me know (but please do also give me some proof that my prices are off 😉

Desktop – 3.5″ Drives

2TB SAMSUNG HD204UI£40
1.5TB SAMSUNG HD154UI£33
1.5TB SAMSUNG HD154UI£33
1.5TB WDC WD15EARX-00PASB0£33
1TB TOSHIBA DT01ACA100£27

Laptop – 2.5″ Drives

100GB HGST HTS721010G9SA00£15
100GB HITACHI£15
160GB SEAGATE ST9160412AS£19
500GB HGST HTS725050A7E630£28

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Dell EMC midrange storage systems nudge a little closer

Dell EMC today launched operating-system upgrades for its two main midrange storage arrays, and the vendor hinted it may eventually converge the platforms.

The storage market leader added data protection and mobility features to Unity Operating Environment (OE) 4.4 and capacity and performance improvements to SC Series Operating System (SCOS) 7.3.

Dell’s $60 billion-plus acquisition of EMC in 2016 left the combined vendor’s new enterprise IT division with multiple Dell EMC midrange storage platforms. Dell EMC has resisted phasing out either of its two main midrange systems, the EMC Unity and Dell SC (Compellent) brands, despite calls from industry experts to consolidate its product lineup.

Both Dell EMC midrange storage product lines are sold as all-flash or hybrid arrays. The Unity line integrates block and file support on a single array. It was launched in 2016 to replace VNX and VNXe midrange appliances. SC arrays provide a lower-cost midrange alternative. Dell EMC is winding down support for its midrange P Series storage arrays, formerly known as Dell EqualLogic.

In the near term, SC and Unity will run separate operating software, although Dell EMC has hinted at plans to consolidate them on a single management platform. Foreshadowing possible consolidation is an HTML 5 management interface and remote management added to SCOS, mirroring a similar user interface in Unity OE versions.

“Product transitions like this don’t happen overnight,” said Sean Kinney, a Dell EMC senior director of product marketing. “There may be a next-generation platform at some point in the future, but it will be a nondisruptive migration path for all of them.”

The latest Unity and SC upgrades are nondisruptive to customers, Kinney said, meaning the systems will remain available during the upgrades.

Unity bolsters data migration, replication and security

Dell EMC claims shipments of Unity have exceeded 1 EB of raw flash capacity since the product launched in 2016.

“We’re seeing continued quarter-on-quarter adoption of flash, as [an increasing] percentage of our total storage capacity shipped with Unity and SC. As the economics of flash come more in line with traditional spinning disk, more and more customers are saying, ‘Hey, I’m going to go with all-flash,'” Kinney said.

Product transitions like this don’t happen overnight.
Sean Kinneysenior director of product marketing at Dell EMC

Data protection in Unity OE 4.4 includes MetroSync array-based asynchronous and synchronous replication for transactional file applications. The feature is in addition to Unity’s existing block-based replication. MetroSync enables disaster recovery across long distances, using data aggregation and distribution to accelerate data recovery objectives.

Dell EMC enhanced its SAN Copy data mobility technology to let customers migrate their storage to Unity from other vendors’ block arrays. The addition of two-way Network Data Management Protocol helps to boost NAS backup by eliminating the need to go through the network to reach backup servers.

Kinney said performance enhancements for Microsoft include Active Directory and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol to boost searchability and security.

SC Series: Dell EMC midrange storage for ‘price-sensitive’ customers

SCOS 7.3 is based on re-engineered code that Dell EMC claims doubles the maximum IOPS of each SC array. The latest software boosts SC array performance to as much as 100,000 IOPS on mixed workloads, Kinney said.

Data-in-place upgrades in SCOS 7.3 allow customers to double the raw storage of SC arrays by adding larger enclosures and higher-capacity drives. For example, the high-end SC9000 can expand from 3 PB to 6 PB in 2U and is rated to deliver 2.2 million IOPS.

Support for 25 Gigabit Ethernet and 100 Gigabit Ethernet iSCSI has been made standard on SC arrays. Distributed sparing on SC arrays can increase I/O efficiency and accelerate RAID rebuilds, Dell EMC said.

According to a report in June by analyst firm IDC, Dell EMC midrange storage increased its market share by four percentage points over second-place Hewlett Packard Enterprise in the first quarter of 2018. IDC estimated Dell EMC’s first-quarter overall storage systems revenue at more than $2 billion.

Dell EMC executives said the quarter that ended in March saw its first storage market share gains since the 2016 merger. Midrange storage sales were cited as a sore spot in previous quarters.

For Sale – Hard Drives, 2.5″, 3.5″ & Ram

After various friends and family upgrades I have the following items needing good homes. All in perfect working order (some brand new) and all hard drives have been secure zero byte erased ready to sell.

Desktop Drives:

1 x 500GB Western Digital Black 3.5″ WD5003AZEX SATA3 7200rpm 64MB cache – £20
1 x 500GB Seagate 3.5″ SATA2 Drive Pipeline HD2 5900rpm 16MB cache – £15

Laptop Drives:

2 x 500GB Western Digital Black 2.5″ WD5000LPLX SATA3 7200rpm 32MB cache – £30 each
(SSDs replaced these WD Blacks at laptop purchase point, so like brand new, never used)
1 x 750GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABD075 SATA3 5400rpm 8MB cache – £20

Laptop RAM:

1 x Samsung 4GB DDR3 1600 SODIMM (PC3 12800S) – £15

Price and currency: £120 all items
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Chatham, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Hard Drives, 2.5″, 3.5″ & Ram

After various friends and family upgrades I have the following items needing good homes. All in perfect working order (some brand new) and all hard drives have been secure zero byte erased ready to sell.

Desktop Drives:

1 x 500GB Western Digital Black 3.5″ WD5003AZEX SATA3 7200rpm 64MB cache – £20
1 x 500GB Seagate 3.5″ SATA2 Drive Pipeline HD2 5900rpm 16MB cache – £15

Laptop Drives:

2 x 500GB Western Digital Black 2.5″ WD5000LPLX SATA3 7200rpm 32MB cache – £30 each
(SSDs replaced these WD Blacks at laptop purchase point, so like brand new, never used)
1 x 750GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABD075 SATA3 5400rpm 8MB cache – £20

Laptop RAM:

1 x Samsung 4GB DDR3 1600 SODIMM (PC3 12800S) – £15

Price and currency: £120 all items
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Chatham, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Hard drives 2.5″, 3.5″ HDD & Desktop/Laptop DDR3 Ram Clearout

After various SSD upgrades for friends, family and myself I have the following to clearout. All in perfect working order (some brand new) and all hard drives have been secure erased ready to sell.

Desktop Drives:
1 x 500GB Western Digital Black 3.5″ WD5003AZEX SATA3 7200rpm 64MB cache – £20
1 x 500GB Seagate 3.5″ SATA2 Drive Pipeline HD2 5900rpm 16MB cache – £15

Laptop Drives:
2 x 500GB Western Digital Black 2.5″ WD5000LPLX SATA3 7200rpm 32MB cache – £35 each
(SSDs replaced these WD Blacks at laptop purchase point, so like brand new, never used)
1 x 750GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABD075 SATA3 5400rpm 8MB cache – £20

Laptop RAM:
1 x Samsung 4GB DDR3 1600 SODIMM (PC3 12800S) – £15

Sold:
Crucial 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB DDR3L 1600 SODIMM) New & Unopened!!£48
1 x 1TB Western Digital Green 3.5″ SATA2 Drive WD10EARS 64MB cache – £25
1 x 320GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J33233 SATA2 7200rpm – £8
1 x 2TB Seagate 2.5″ ST2000LM003 SATA3 5400rpm 64MB cache – £45
1 x 500GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J47815 SATA3 7200rpm – £10
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABF050 SATA3 5400rpm – £12.50
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MK5061GSYN SATA2 7200rpm – £12.50

Price and currency: £130 all items
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Chatham, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Hard drives 2.5″, 3.5″ HDD & Desktop/Laptop DDR3 Ram Clearout

After various SSD upgrades for friends, family and myself I have the following to clearout. All in perfect working order (some brand new) and all hard drives have been secure erased ready to sell.

Desktop Drives:
1 x 500GB Seagate 3.5″ SATA2 Drive Pipeline HD2 5900rpm 16MB cache – £15

Laptop Drives:
2 x 500GB Western Digital Black 2.5″ WD5000LPLX SATA3 7200rpm 32MB cache – £35 each
(SSDs replaced these WD Blacks at laptop purchase point, so like brand new, never used)

Laptop RAM:
1 x Samsung 4GB DDR3 1600 SODIMM (PC3 12800S) – £20

Sold:
Crucial 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB DDR3L 1600 SODIMM) New & Unopened!!£48
1 x 1TB Western Digital Green 3.5″ SATA2 Drive WD10EARS 64MB cache – £25
1 x 320GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J33233 SATA2 7200rpm – £8
1 x 2TB Seagate 2.5″ ST2000LM003 SATA3 5400rpm 64MB cache – £45
1 x 1TB Western Digital Green 3.5″ SATA2 Drive WD10EADS 32MB cache
Withdrawn
2 x 8GB Kingston HyperX HX316C10FW/8 Fury Series DDR3 1600 WhiteWithdrawn
1 x 1TB Western Digital Blue 2.5″ WD10JPVX SATA3 5400rpm 8MB cacheWithdrawn
1 x 500GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J47815 SATA3 7200rpm£10
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABF050 SATA3 5400rpm£10
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MK5061GSYN SATA2 7200rpm£10

Price and currency: £443 all items
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Chatham, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Hard drives 2.5″, 3.5″ HDD & Desktop/Laptop DDR3 Ram Clearout

After various SSD upgrades for friends, family and myself I have the following to clearout. All in perfect working order (some brand new) and all hard drives have been secure erased ready to sell.

Desktop Drives:
1 x 500GB Seagate 3.5″ SATA2 Drive Pipeline HD2 5900rpm 16MB cache – £15

Laptop Drives:
2 x 500GB Western Digital Black 2.5″ WD5000LPLX SATA3 7200rpm 32MB cache – £35 each
(SSDs replaced these WD Blacks at laptop purchase point, so like brand new, never used)
1 x 500GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J47815 SATA3 7200rpm – £20
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MQ01ABF050 SATA3 5400rpm – £15
1 x 500GB Toshiba 2.5″ MK5061GSYN SATA2 7200rpm – £12

Laptop RAM:
1 x Samsung 4GB DDR3 1600 SODIMM (PC3 12800S) – £20

Sold:
Crucial 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB DDR3L 1600 SODIMM) New & Unopened!!£48
1 x 1TB Western Digital Green 3.5″ SATA2 Drive WD10EARS 64MB cache – £25
1 x 320GB HGST 2.5″ PN:0J33233 SATA2 7200rpm – £8
1 x 2TB Seagate 2.5″ ST2000LM003 SATA3 5400rpm 64MB cache – £45
1 x 1TB Western Digital Green 3.5″ SATA2 Drive WD10EADS 32MB cache
Withdrawn
2 x 8GB Kingston HyperX HX316C10FW/8 Fury Series DDR3 1600 WhiteWithdrawn
1 x 1TB Western Digital Blue 2.5″ WD10JPVX SATA3 5400rpm 8MB cache – Withdrawn

Price and currency: £443 all items
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal Gift or Bank Transfer
Location: Chatham, UK
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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