First Qlik Sense on Kubernetes deployment
Differentia Consulting is proud to announce the first client deployment of Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes, to a UK Government body. The specific Government body does not support Windows and was therefore keen to understand other deployment models for Qlik. Kubernetes is ideal for them as they already deliver other services via containerization.
Qlik Sense on Kubernetes or QSEoK offers the opportunity for a customer to deploy Qlik Sense and leverage the elastic potential that Kubernetes and containerization offers, in addition it offers clients a deployment option of Qlik Sense with zero Windows footprint.
Adrian Parker of Differentia Consulting said “Qlik is leading the BI community with the hybrid deployment model that it offers. Clients are well serviced with deployment options. To have a UK Public Sector organisation deploy Qlik Sense on Kubernetes is great as the UK government is investing in containerised services. Which provide significantly lower hosting charges for cloud based services. TCO can be as much as 50% less than a Windows equivalent.”
Kit Mundy of Differentia Consulting said “Differentia Consulting has always ensured that we can optimise platform investment for our clients. Deploying Qlik on AWS via Kubernetes offers saving of up to 50% against a typical Windows cloud VM deployment. In a competitive environment savings like these create demonstrable savings to support a business case, helping achieve return on investment (ROI). The added benefit is the upside in performance which only makes the deployment model more compelling.”
Neo Lee of Differentia Consulting said “Q8S is ‘now’, clients need an elastic platform to build a BI strategy onto. With QSEoK they have that. Our technical team is looking forward to supporting many more clients as they look to review the platforms they run Qlik Sense on.”
Differentia Consulting, a Qlik Elite solution provider for 9 consecutive years is keen to ensure our clients can adopt the most relevant deployment options to suit their requirements. Being at the forefront of Qlik from a technical perspective means that we can share the innovations that Qlik brings to market as soon as they are released. Qlik Sense on Kubernetes was made generally available in April 2019.
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