Tableau Server on Windows now includes Tableau Services Manager (TSM), which replaces the Configuration Utility and the command line tool. If you need help for an earlier version of Tableau Server, see the Tableau Help page.
This section describes how to use the performance data that you collect to identify ways to improve the performance of Tableau Server. Because no two server environments are identical, we can't provide hard and fast rules for tuning server performance. However, you can draw conclusions about performance from patterns in the data that you collected.
For example, are there recurring spikes? Do any of the patterns that you notice in the administrative views correspond to similar patterns in
Most performance tuning for Tableau Server boils down to these general approaches:
Optimize for user traffic. This tunes the server to respond to user requests and to display views quickly.
Optimize for extracts. This tunes the server to refresh extracts for published data sources. You might want to optimize for extract refreshes if your organization has a lot of data and the data needs to be as up to date as possible.
Rendering views and refreshing extracts generate the most load on the server, so you should optimize for the task that your organization is most interested in.