Tableau Hyper, Tableau Hyper's Unique Design, Tableau for Faster Analytics.

Tableau Hyper:

Hyper is a high-performance in-memory data engine technology that helps customers analyze large or complex data sets faster, by efficiently evaluating analytical queries directly in the transactional database. A core Tableau platform technology, Hyper uses proprietary dynamic code generation and cutting-edge parallelism techniques to achieve fast performance for extract creation and query execution.

Tableau Hyper's Unique Design:

Over the past decade, in-memory data engines and analytical database technologies have delivered incredible query performance improvements through techniques such as sampling and summarization. These performance improvements come at a cost, however. Many systems sacrifice write performance—critical for fast extract creation and refresh performance—in favor of optimizing analytical workload performance. Poor write speeds lead to stale and disconnected data. The result? A lag between people and the data they want to analyze. Our mission with Hyper is to bring people closer to their data by giving you fast write speed and fast analytical workload performance. In short, Hyper delivers fresh data, faster—so you can analyze a larger, more complete view of your data.

Faster Analytics with Tableau Hyper

Hyper is Tableau’s new in-memory data engine technology, designed for fast data ingest and analytical query processing on large or complex data sets. Included with Tableau 10.5, Hyper can slice and dice massive volumes of data in seconds, you will see up to 5X faster query speed and up to 3X faster extract creation speed. With enhanced extract and query performance, and support for even larger datasets, you can choose to extract your data based on the needs of your business.

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