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Palette Insight

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See exactly what’s happening inside your Tableau Server, optimize performance and maximize investment.
Palette Insight enables the Tableau administrator to ensure fast and reliable performance across all dashboards, exceed expectations of internal customers and allocate costs to business units.

Palette Insight

Drill down into individual dashboards to optimize performance.

Easily keep on top of dashboard load times, monitor all dashboards and instantly identify all your slow dashboards at a glance to quickly find performance bottlenecks to improve load times.

Palette Insight

Monitor overall health of Tableau server

Easily track CPU and Memory capacity utilization across your entire Tableau Server cluster. High-resolution time series data reveals where performance robbing issues are hiding.

Palette Insight

Chargeback usage to businesses or units

Break down server usage on CPU level for individual actors and understand costs.

Palette Insight
Features
  • Single comprehensive view of your cluster to troubleshoot thousands of dashboards
  • Identify if database, compute, or extract is the primary performance constraint
  • Plot your historical CPU and memory usage
  • Easily separate Tableau from non-Tableau processes
  • Calculate CPU cost down to the workbook or user level
  • Confidently defend your chargeback with real data
  • Know your most CPU intensive users and workbooks
  • Monitor CPU trends by site, project, or workbook
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