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At the end of course you will have knowledge of all components of Amazon QuickSight.This course is very short to make sure you take it quick and make yourself hands on quickly on QuickSight.What makes AWS QuickSight different from most of the BI tool in market:Could based solutionTightly Integrated with AWS Data SourcesHighly ScalableEasy to useAfter finishing this course you should be able to Setup QuickSight EnvironmentManage Users in QuickSightConnect to various data sources in QuickSightCreate/manage data sets in QuickSight Create Visual in QuickSightCreate Analysis in QuickSightCreate Story in QuickSightCreate Dashboard in QuickSightShare your results to different peopleCreate different functions & operators in QuickSightCreate Row Level Security in QuickSight And more….These topics will be covered throughout this course, but is this your course?If you…… never worked with QuickSight and want to get started with it… are looking for a cloud based Business Intelligence tool to quickly analyze your data…have worked with other Business Intelligence tools but want to take a look at new tools… already worked with AWS and now want to understand how to analyze and visualize your data using a service within the AWS universe…are generally interested into data analysis…then this course is made for you!I would be really happy to welcome you in this course!Vikash
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