Category: Best Practices
Amazon QuickSight is a cloud-native, serverless business intelligence (BI) service that lets you build visualizations, perform ad hoc analysis, and gain insights through machine learning (ML) capabilities such as anomaly detection, forecasting, and natural language querying. QuickSight utilizes its robust in-memory engine SPICE (Super-fast, Parallel, In-memory Calculation Engine) to rapidly perform advanced calculations and deliver visuals.BigQuery is Google Cloud’s fully managed, petabyte-scale, cost-effective analytics data warehouse that lets you run analytics over vast amounts of data in near-real time. In this post, we walk you through the permissions and connection details needed in BigQuery to bring BigQuery data into QuickSight through OAuth and create a simple dashboard.
Amazon QuickSight is a scalable, serverless, embeddable, machine learning (ML)-powered business intelligence (BI) service built for the cloud. You can now export content to Excel workbooks by selecting multiple tables and pivot table visuals from any sheet of a dashboard on the QuickSight console via schedules or programmatically via a set of new Snapshot Export APIs. This post outlines these new functionalities and guides you through their implementation.
Amazon QuickSight Paginated Reports enables the creation and sharing of highly formatted, personalized reports containing business-critical data to hundreds of thousands of end-users without any infrastructure setup or maintenance, up-front licensing, or long-term commitments. In this post, we will cover how to use QuickSight, a serverless and cloud-native BI service, and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), an object storage service, to generate reports with specific parameters and have these reports delivered to users in a custom application.
Financial statements are a set of documents that contain formal records of financial activities of a business at a specific point in time. For example, a profit and loss (P&L) statement summarizes the revenues, expenses, and resulting net profit or loss of a business. It is a snapshot of the organization’s financial performance, starting from […]
The technology landscape has been evolving rapidly, with waves of change impacting IT from every angle. It is causing a ripple effect across IT organizations and shifting the way IT delivers applications and services. The change factors impacting IT organizations include: The shift from a traditional application model to a services-based application model (SaaS, PaaS) […]
Amazon QuickSight powers data-driven organizations with unified business intelligence (BI) at hyperscale. With QuickSight, all users can meet varying analytic needs from the same source of truth through modern interactive dashboards, paginated reports, embedded analytics and natural language queries. We have introduced dataset parameters, a new kind of parameter in QuickSight that can help you […]
Best practices for enabling business users to answer questions about data using natural language in Amazon QuickSight
In this post, we explain how you can enable business users to ask and answer questions about data using their everyday business language by using the Amazon QuickSight natural language query function, Amazon QuickSight Q. QuickSight is a unified BI service providing modern interactive dashboards, natural language querying, paginated reports, machine learning (ML) insights, and […]
Enable complex row-level security in embedded dashboards for non-provisioned users in Amazon QuickSight with OR-based tags
Amazon QuickSight is a fully managed, cloud-native business intelligence (BI) service that makes it easy to connect to your data, create interactive dashboards, and share these with tens of thousands of users, both within QuickSight and embedded in your software as a service (SaaS) applications. QuickSight Enterprise edition started supporting nested conditions within row-level security […]
As organizations mature in their cloud journey, they have many accounts (even hundreds) that they need to manage. Imagine having to manage support cases for these accounts without a unified dashboard. Administrators have to access each account either by switching roles or with single sign-on (SSO) in order to view and manage support cases. This […]