The June 2019 Product releases offer a wide range of new capabilities including new visualizations and authoring features, improvements to our multi-cloud deployment framework, and Qlik Sense Mobile enhancements. There are also new Qlik NPrinting and Qlik Associative Big Data Index features, along with the much anticipated QVD Catalog in Qlik Data Catalyst.
Starting with Qlik Sense, we continue to drive an improved visualization and creation experience. With the latest release we’re bringing two new chart types – the Trellis Container, and the P&L Pivot Table – available in the visualization bundle. The Trellis Container enables users to show a master visualization broken out by dimension value into a series of charts. On the other hand, the P&L Pivot table offers advanced customization options to help with financial reporting – great for showing things such as profit and loss statements. These visualization improvements help drive increased insight and data literacy for a variety of use cases. Furthermore, as a part of the June release we integrated some key features to our multi-cloud deployment options, including Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes and Qlik Cloud Services (enterprise SaaS). With this latest release, we are also excited to support for Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes to run on the Red Hat OpenShift platform.
Out in just a few days, the June 2019 Qlik Data Catalyst release will include two key features. In this release we are introducing a new QlikView Data (QVD) Manager capability for Qlik Sense and QlikView enabling a full scan of your Qlik Sense and QlikView environment for onboarding, profiling, and auto-tagging of data elements in QVDs. The solution will also enable you to leverage Qlik Data Catalog's Prepare module to blend QVD and non-QVD structures for a diverse set of analytics use cases.
Lastly, for our QlikView customers, in addition to rolling out updates to the Dual Use Licensing program we are improving the QlikView customer journey in other ways such as the new QlikView Governance Dashboard and Qlik Sense License Monitor providing our 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.
This release also includes notable features in Qlik NPrinting which will provide an improved user experience while streamlining efficiencies.
With all this, along with the Open GA of Qlik Insight Bot
and additional enhancements to the Qlik Associative Big Data Index
, we are extending the value and reach of our platform by enabling new ways to make faster and easier data-driven decisions.
For more details on what users can expect in the June 2019 release, visit the Qlik Innovation blog
and be sure to register for our next Qlik Insider
session on August 14th
where you’ll be able to bring your questions to the experts.