Install Tableau Server in the Cloud
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.
Even if you don’t have your own infrastructure and server hardware, you can deploy an enterprise-level Tableau Server installation in the cloud. Building a cloud-based solution has many benefits over an on-premises installation. For example, the overall total cost of ownership for building a Tableau Server solution in the cloud is normally much less than a similar on-premises solution because you don’t have to buy all of the expensive hardware. In addition, the cloud can provide better uptime, reliability, and fault-tolerance, especially if you deploy your solution across different regions and availability zones.
You can build and scale your Tableau environment in the following cloud environments:
Tableau Online - If you don't want to install software or purchase hardware, you can choose analytics as a service with Tableau Online, the Tableau-hosted environment in the cloud. For more information, see Tableau Online.
Amazon Web Services - You install and manage Tableau Server on Amazon Web Services (AWS). For more information, see Install Tableau Server on Amazon Web Services.
Google Cloud Platform - You install and manage Tableau Server on the Google Cloud Platform. For more information, see Install Tableau Server on the Google Cloud Platform.
Microsoft Azure - You install and manage Tableau Server on Microsoft Azure. For more information, see Install Tableau Server on Microsoft Azure.