On Tuesday, we were introduced to the BIRT engine pipeline. This time round, Jason Weathersby and Ray Gans look at each of the Eclipse Views that make up the BIRT Designer Perspective.
From March’s JAX Magazine, former Eclipse BIRT evangelist Jason Weathersby guides us through some of the major features within the business intelligence reporting toolkit
They might be late to the dance, but Platfora’s Hadoop-preaching BI solution looks to be worth the wait.
Forrester analyst predicts big things for cloud computing and business intelligence next year.
Oracle launch Oracle Cloud Office and Oracle Open Office 3.3.
BIRT 360, BIRT Data Analyser, and BIRT iServer make up new ActuateOne product.
GoodData launch a new cloud BI platform as a set of REST-based APIs and connectors.
Version 4.0.0-stable of Pentaho is now available. Pentaho is a business intelligence platform that features reporting and analysis functionality, dashboards, […]
Think Business Intelligence. Mega vendors, expensive licensing, complex implementation, long sales cycles come to your mind. Gary Orenstein writes in […]
IBM has unveiled a tool to mine data from social media sources such as wikis, RSS feeds, blogs and Twitter, […]
Analysts have pointed out how SAP may reduce its dependence on Oracle and IBM and emerge a stronger BI player. Ray Wang takes note of a less obvious aspect of merger.
A well-done though introductory video on BI by MSDN. It explains what BI can do and traces its development since 1980s. The old school BI did not work as it was too IT centric. The new BI is easy to consume, user driven and bypasses IT. It will succeed because it is people centric. Let us hope so.
Starting from fall 2010 semester students around the world will get free access to SAS analytics software, reports Network World. […]
IBM is one of the mega vendors dominating the BI market. Forbes has spoken to Rob Ashe, who was the […]