AWS Architecture Diagram Example: Standalone Architecture for Tableau Server

Description:

This AWS Diagram show you how to deploy a fully functional Tableau Server environment on the AWS Cloud, following best practices from AWS and Tableau Software. This example uses AWS CloudFormation templates to automatically deploy a standalone or cluster (distributed) architecture for Tableau Server into your AWS account. The standalone architecture is deployed into your default VPC. The cluster architecture is deployed into a new or existing VPC.

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What is Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

AWS is a cloud computing platform provided by Amazon, offering compute power, data storage, and a wide array of other IT solutions and utilities for the development of modern IT solutions that rely on cloud technologies.

What is AWS architecture diagram?

An AWS architecture diagram represents the use of AWS services and products in an IT solution. It allows IT and system administrators to document AWS infrastructure visually for better clarity and efficiency. Visual Paradigm Online features an AWS architecture diagram tool that provides a set of symbols, icons and tools for you to create AWS architecture diagram in few clicks.

How to create an AWS Architecture Diagram?

AWS architecture diagrams can be easily created using a professional AWS diagram software like Visual Paradigm Online:

  1. Create a new AWS Architecture Diagram.
  2. The stencil provides a rich set of AWS diagram symbols you need in visualizing your architecture. Just drag and drop the symbols you need to your AWS diagram and connect them with connector lines.
  3. When you finished, you can save the diagram (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your work into image (JPG, PNG, PDF, SVG, etc) and share it with your friends or co-workers.

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