Sisense on Linux vs Windows
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The following table provides a feature comparison between Sisense on Windows and Sisense on Linux:


FeatureSisense W2021.9Sisense Linux
ElastiCube design via desktop ElastiCube ManagerReplaced by the data tab in the
Sisense web application
ElastiCube setsEC sets are unneeded in the native cloud architecture
Data GroupsX
Dashboard Usage Analytics
Build and query usage analyticsX
NLQX
Funnel chartCertified add-on
ExplanationsX
Statistics on data previewX
Pivot Table
Sorting by subtotalsSupported in a future release
Data barsSupported in a future release
Export to PDF (by rows)8,0001,000
Embedded images✓ (certified add-on)Supported in a future release
Build
Concurrent build scale4 builds40 builds
Build queueX
Build nodes1Unlimited (auto-scale)
Pre-pst build pluginsdllbash
Custom code/jupyter notebookX
Build to destinationXBeta for Redshift and Snowflake
Connectors
SynapseX
Connector plug-insX
Connectors memory consumptions5GB2GB
(no memory consumption in a future release)
Augmented Analytics
Warehouse tabX
Live dynamic connectionsX
Notebook tabX
Sisense narratives✓ (excluding pivots)
Live
Live multi-schemaX
Live custom table and columnX
Live optimized queryX
Live show SQLX
Live cancel queryX
Pulse alerts over LiveX
Leverages new translation engine and improved SQL functionsX
Connectors  
Administration
Themes and user based re-brandingX
Token based authorizationX
Internal monitoring for offlineX
Granular email managementX
Administrative searchX
Log collection
(combined from GUI)
X
AuditX
Web file managementX
Desktop ECMX
Pre-installed certified plug-insX
Limit Shares (OOB)X

Server side plug-insUnmanagesManaged with resource in a single process
Deployment
Multi-Node static assets, configuration syncManualAutomatic shared storage
High availability for clustered deploymentLegacyKubernetes
Cluster auto-scaleX
Multi-namespaceX
Auto recoveryX
Service health and recoveryX
Kubernetes and container deploymentX
Helm deploymentX
Resource limitsX
Monitoring APIX
Enhanced internal monitoring (Grafana)X
Git integrationXSupported in a future release
Open shift supportX
Inline upgradeX
Secure communication between nodesComplex SSL tunnelsSecure weave network
Centralized log aggregationX
Logging retentionX
Configurable log levelManualCLI and UI
APIs
CLIX
Multi tenancyXSupported in a future release
PSM.exeFunctionality replaced by the Linux CLI and REST API
Backup and restoreX
Scale and performanceX
Front End Add-Ons
Advanced formulaX
Note:

For the list of supported connectors, see Introduction to Data Sources.

General Limitations

  • Sisense for Windows handles boolean field types differently to Sisense for Linux. If you use the boolean field type, when migrating to Sisense for Linux, enable the boolToTextCapitalized feature so that Sisense for Linux correctly resolves lower-case boolean values as upper-case.
  • Windows authentication can’t be used as an authentication method in Sisense for Linux.
  • Generic ODBC and OLE DB drivers aren't supported in Sisense for Linux. Instead, use JDBC connectors. For more information, see Connecting to JDBC.

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