The June 2019 Product releases offer a wide range of new capabilities for our joint customers. Qlik Sense includes new visualisations and authoring features, improvements to multi-cloud deployment framework, and Qlik Sense Mobile enhancements.
There is also a new Qlik NPrinting and Qlik Associative Big Data Index features, along with the much-anticipated QVD Catalog in Qlik Data Catalyst.
With Qlik Sense, Qlik continue to drive an improved visualisation and creation experience.
- Two new chart types in the visualisation bundle help drive increased insight and data literacy for a variety of use cases.
- The Trellis Container allows users to show a master visualization broken out by dimension value into a series of charts.
- The P&L Pivot table offers advanced customization options to help with our financial reporting, great for showing things such as profit and loss statements. We have also made improvements to the bar chart – allowing more control and styling options, and our map object now includes an exploration menu allowing consumers to toggle layers, labels and other settings to style the map interface.
- For authoring, Qlik have now added four new capabilities.
- A grid layout option for small devices allows organisations to choose the rendering method on small form factors (e.g. mobile devices).
- A copy to clipboard feature allows people to re-use values from charts and tables in Qlik Sense applications.
- An updated the container object with better integration capabilities provides more flexibility in creating Qlik Sense sheets.
- Support for push notifications in our iOS and Android mobile apps, with links to Qlik Sense apps, allows administrators to send notifications to users in scenarios such as system events, new versions of available analytics and other useful notices.
Learn more about some of these features in the What's new video below:
With their multi-cloud deployment options, including Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes and Qlik Cloud Services (enterprise SaaS), they've added some key features.
- Their cloud hub is enhanced with additional tenant management and content organisation features, and they have also added the ability for users to export visualizations and sheets to a variety of output formats such as Excel, PDF and image.
- Teradata and S3 connectivity have been added for multi-cloud because expanding data connectivity is a priority in their development efforts.
- Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes now runs on the Red Hat OpenShift platform.
With Qlik NPrinting, they are also delivering some notable features which will provide an improved user experience while streamlining efficiencies.
- A new user import task API enables customers to ensure they have the most up-to-date distribution lists by running import tasks via APIs.
- Advanced search filters are now supported for both QlikView and Qlik Sense reports.
- Usability improvements have been made to Qlik Sense on-demand reporting with a “quick report” option, giving users fast access to request and generate predefined reports.
There are two new features with the June 2019 Qlik Data Catalyst Release.
- A QVD Manager capability of QVD structures for Qlik Sense and QlikView includes a full scan of customer Qlik Sense and QlikView environments, onboarding, profiling, and auto-tagging of data elements in QVDs, and the ability to inventory, catalog, and leverage QVDs in Qlik and non-Qlik BI environments. The solution also enables customers to leverage Qlik Data Catalog's Prepare module to blend QVD and non-QVD structures for a diverse set of analytics use cases.
- A graphically rich, interactive Data Lineage capability provides users with clear visibility of how data was sourced, which transformations were applied, and which systems consumed the data. This will enable clarity specific to the data that users are evaluating and will give power to the data steward, providing the ability to understand and react to the impact of logic and schema changes to upstream and downstream systems.
For QlikView customers, in addition to rolling out updates to the Dual Use Licensing program, they are also improving the QlikView customer journey in other ways such as the new QlikView Governance Dashboard and Qlik Sense License Monitor providing customers with greater insights into QlikView app characteristics and license usage.
By supporting Dual Use Licensing and providing a unified license key. Qlik is driving toward a one user, one license, one analytics experience vision culminating in the delivery of a single access point for both QlikView and Qlik Sense.
With all this, along with the Open GA of Qlik Insight Bot and additional enhancements to the Qlik Associative Big Data Index, they are extending the value and reach of the platform by enabling new ways to make faster and easier data-driven decisions.
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