Fine-Grained Visual Integration by Amazon QuickSight Brings Visibility Without Complexity

AWS, a leading cloud platform, is launching its latest addition to Amazon QuickSight: Fine-Grained Visual Integration. This feature provides users with custom visualizations from Amazon QuickSight dashboards to embed into high-traffic web pages and applications. Increased visibility is provided to end users through fine-grained visual integration, without the need for server or software setup, or infrastructure management.

Amazon QuickSight is a cloud-based, embeddable, ML-based business intelligence (BI) platform that provides users with interactive data visualizations, analytics, and reports to support data-driven decision making , without the server management process. Amazon QuickSight allows users to embed branded analytics, such as interactive dashboards, natural language queries (NLQ), or BI authoring experience into internal portals or public sites.

“With fine-grained visual integration powered by Amazon QuickSight, developers and ISVs now have the ability to embed any dashboard visual into their applications using APIs,” said Donnie. Prakoso, Software Engineer and Senior Developer Advocate at AWS. “As for companies, they can integrate visuals into their internal sites using the 1-click integration. For end users, Fine-Grained Visual Embedding provides a seamless and integrated experience for accessing a variety of key data visuals for insights.

The benefits of fine-grained visual integration include automatic updates of embedded visuals, as well as automatic scaling without the need for server management, and optimized for efficient performance on high traffic sites. Amazon QuickSight will also support 1-click integration for non-technical users to deploy code integration, via 1-click enterprise integration or 1-click public integration. Users can also use visual integration through the API, using the AWS CLI or SDK, for added flexibility to configure allowed domains at runtime.

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