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Category: Amazon QuickSight

Event-driven refresh of SPICE datasets in Amazon QuickSight

Businesses are increasingly harnessing data to improve their business outcomes. To enable this transformation to a data-driven business, customers are bringing together data from structured and unstructured sources into a data lake. Then they use business intelligence (BI) tools, such as Amazon QuickSight, to unlock insights from this data. To provide fast access to datasets, […]

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Using administrative dashboards for a centralized view of Amazon QuickSight objects

“Security is job 0” is the primary maxim of all endeavors undertaken at AWS. Amazon QuickSight, the fast-growing, cloud-native business intelligence (BI) platform from AWS, allows security controls in a variety of means, including web browsers and API calls. These controls apply to various functions, such as user management, authorization, authentication, and data governance. This […]

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Amazon QuickSight adds support for on-sheet filter controls

Amazon QuickSight now supports easy and intuitive filter controls that you can place beside visuals on dashboards, allowing readers to quickly slice and dice data in the context of its visual representation. You can create these filter controls from existing or new filters with a single click, and configure them to support different operations, such […]

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ICBiome uses Amazon QuickSight to empower hospitals in dealing with harmful pathogens

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and healthcare organizations are increasingly employing genetic sequencing to screen, track, and contain harmful pathogens. ICBiome is a startup that has been working on this problem for several years, creating innovative data analytics products using AWS to help hospitals and researchers address both community-associated and hospital-acquired infections. Building […]

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Enabling Amazon QuickSight federation with Azure AD

Customers today want to establish a single identity and access strategy across all of their own apps, such as on-premises apps, third-party cloud apps (SaaS), or apps in AWS. If your organization use Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) for cloud applications, you can enable single sign-on (SSO) for applications like Amazon QuickSight without needing to […]

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Bringing the power of embedded analytics to your apps and services with Amazon QuickSight

In the world we live in today, companies need to quickly react to change—and to anticipate it. Customers tell us that their reliance on data has never been greater than what it is today. To improve your decision-making, you have two types of data transformation needs: data agility, the speed at which data turns into […]

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How Aruba Networks built a cost analysis solution using AWS Glue, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon QuickSight

This is a guest post co-written by Siddharth Thacker and Swatishree Sahu from Aruba Networks. Aruba Networks is a Silicon Valley company based in Santa Clara that was founded in 2002 by Keerti Melkote and Pankaj Manglik. Aruba is the industry leader in wired, wireless, and network security solutions. Hewlett-Packard acquired Aruba in 2015, making […]

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Automate dataset monitoring in Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight is an analytics service that you can use to create datasets, perform one-time analyses, and build visualizations and dashboards. In an enterprise deployment of QuickSight, you can have multiple dashboards, and each dashboard can have multiple visualizations based on multiple datasets. This can quickly become a management overhead to view all the datasets’ […]

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Embed multi-tenant analytics in applications with Amazon QuickSight

Amazon QuickSight recently introduced four new features—embedded authoring, namespaces for multi-tenancy, custom user permissions, and account-level customizations—that, with existing dashboard embedding and API capabilities available in the Enterprise Edition, allow you to integrate advanced dashboarding and analytics capabilities within SaaS applications. Developers and independent software vendors (ISVs) who build these applications can now offer embedded, […]

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