Hello Tableau Online Admins,
We’re in the process of moving our final, first-generation Tableau Online pod (DUB01) to Amazon Web Services. This work is well underway.
Why we’re doing this: We’re continually investing in Tableau Online to grow and improve its features and to make it a more stable environment for our customers. With this move, all Tableau Online pods will be hosted on AWS, which will allow us to scale our services faster than ever before.
What this means to you: If your Tableau Online site is currently located on Tableau Online pod (DUB01), your site will be migrated over to the new pod. This move to AWS will help us continue to meet the demands of our customers with greater stability and performance.
What you need to do:
Take Action Now: To make sure live connections you publish to Tableau Online remain uninterrupted, it is critically important that you add the new IP addresses (shown below) to your list of authorized IP addresses.
|Host Name (Instance)||Site Location||IP Addresses|
For more information about these Tableau Online IP addresses, please refer to Tableau Online IP addresses for data provider authorization in Tableau Help.
As a security measure, most cloud data providers require you to supply a list of authorized IP addresses. A request from an IP address that is not explicitly approved could be rejected.