All users receive a single license and login across all environments, and access to the new hub, which includes new collaboration and content organization features. Users can define rules and policies aligned to the business requirements to determine where data is stored and how analytics are distributed across environments and the user community. Users can also change the structure of deployment as data and business needs change over time.
Additional multi-cloud capabilities, including the ability to create and add sheets to applications in the cloud, will also be added on an ongoing basis as part of our continuous release cycle. Reference Qlik’s Statement of Direction for more roadmap details.
Our multi-cloud strategy is made possible by cloud-native, containerized software that ensures applications deploy quickly, reliably, and consistently regardless of the deployment environments. It also ensures a seamless, consistent Qlik Sense experience regardless of whether end users are accessing analytics on-premise, in the cloud, on a device, or across different geographies.
Read more about this release in our Innovation Blog!