Introducing Qlik Cloud
Qlik Cloud is a data integration and analytics cloud platform built for Active Intelligence. It offers data integration and analytics services that can be used together or independently.
Qlik technical documentation contains examples, tutorials, and troubleshooting for all skill levels for any stage of your journey.
When you log into Qlik Cloud for the first time, you will find tutorials, demos to help you get started.
Qlik Cloud Government differs from Qlik’s commercial Qlik Cloud offering. It includes security protocols required to support the U.S. public sector, and is authorized at the FedRAMP Moderate Impact Level (IL) and Department of Defense (DOD) IL2.
Qlik Cloud Analytics offers modern analytics capabilities across a full range of users and use cases - from self-service analytics to interactive dashboards and applications, conversational analytics, metadata catalog and lineage, mobile analytics, reporting and alerting.
Work with apps and visualizations to get an overview of your data. You can make informed decisions and discoveries by seeing the relationships in your data.
Create powerful analytics and data visualizations. The apps you build set the foundation on which app users can visualize data and make discoveries.
Add your data sources first, load the data into your app and start modeling your data model.
Options to load lineage and on-premises data into your Qlik Cloud tenant.
Automated machine learning finds patterns in your data and uses them to predict future data.
Qlik Cloud Data Integration allows you to create data pipelines to perform various data integration tasks in support of your data architecture and analytics requirements. Onboarding data lets you automate incremental data movement and use delayed merges to reduce costs.
Introduces you to the concepts and building blocks of Data Integration.
Create a data pipeline to automate, orchestrate, and monitor end-to-end transformation.
Data spaces are governed areas of your Qlik Cloud tenant used to create and store data projects.
Data connections are used to let data assets access data sources, external storage and cloud data warehouses.
Watch some short videos to get off to a good start with integrating data.
Qlik Application Automation provides a no-code visual interface that helps you easily build automated analytics and data workflows.
An application automation is a sequence of actions and triggers that runs like a program. It can be a simple workflow that collects information from one application and passes it to another, or it can be an end-to-end pipeline that takes you from raw data to active intelligence. Automations let you automate your analytics environment, create data-driven workflows, and embed data and analytics into your business processes.
Administrators are responsible for deploying, configuring, and managing the Qlik Cloud subscription and environment. The Qlik Cloud environment offers centralized management and governance and helps to ensure user adoption, accuracy, and system reliability.
To successfully plan your Qlik Cloud deployment you will need to consider factors like your company's geographical distribution, existing deployments, security, capacity, and how you wish to manage your Qlik Sense subscription and environment.
To deploy Qlik Cloud, follow a standard set of high-level steps, including registering, configuring the system, adding users, and setting up management processes.
The Qlik Cloud environment offers centralized management and governance and helps to ensure user adoption, accuracy, and system reliability. Administering the tenant involves managing users and resources, security settings, and general system administration.
Developing analytics and data integrations
Use Qlik Cloud APIs and tools to build, extend and deploy custom data-driven applications. You can also build mashups, create apps and visualizations on the fly, or embed rich and engaging analytics into your applications.