What is Qlik Compose?
Qlik Compose simplifies all aspects of data lake and data warehouse design, development, data loading, deployment and updates by automating the most manual, mundane and repetitive tasks.
Qlik Compose for Data Lakes
Qlik Compose for Data Lakes automates data lake pipelines to create analytics-ready data sets, thereby helping organizations realize faster time-to-value for their data lake investments. Data architects leverage Qlik Compose for Data Lakes to automate data ingestion, data lake schema creation, data set provisioning and streamed data updates.
Qlik Compose for Data Lakes standardizes and combines change streams into a single transformation-ready data store in the lake. It automatically merges the multi-table and/or multi-sourced data into a flexible format and structure while retaining full history. The resulting persisted data history provides data consumers with rapid access to trusted data, including full lineage, without needing to understand the automated structuring that has taken place.
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Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses
Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses automates the design, deployment, and operation of agile data warehouses. A boon for data architects, Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses accelerates the time-to-value of data warehouse projects by reducing the time and resources necessary to implement a data warehouse, data mart, or data hub.
Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses virtually eliminates manual, time-consuming, and error prone data warehouse tasks by automating data modeling, ETL generation and production workflow. In addition, Qlik Compose for Data Warehouses reduces the time and cost of analytics projects based on cloud platforms such as Amazon Redshift, Azure SQL Data Warehouse and Snowflake. Users can quickly spin up, load, and iterate their data warehouses, by dynamically adjusting data sources and models in response to changing business requirements.