What are the differences between Tableau and other traditional BI tools?

Tableau delivers best-in-class visual analytic features that are simple to use, but it does not assist with plumbing (data foundation). For example, we could combine SQL Server and Tableau to obtain the full package. If we want to grow Tableau, licenses are rather costly.

Traditional business intelligence can manage it all, but it comes with a hefty price tag, including greater consultancy, hardware, and software expenditures. Only Microsoft can offer a fair value offering among the mega-vendors. Open-source suppliers like Pentaho and Jaspersoft now lack a sufficient skill pool.