JReport Now Available on Docker for Fast, Agile Development and Deployment

ISVs and enterprises benefit from greater development flexibility when embedding JReport from a Docker image into their application.

Rockville, MD – November 1, 2018 – Jinfonet Software, the leading embedded analytics and reporting software provider, announces support for running JReport in a Docker container. JReport on Docker provides a lightweight, rapid deployment approach enabling developers to securely build and manage from anywhere. This option allows for more agile, customized development and deployment of JReport by reducing launch times with lower resource requirements, compared to deploying in traditional virtual machines.

“JReport on Docker gives developers the advantage of faster develop and deploy cycles, which ultimately leads to shorter go-to-market for ISVs and quicker production-ready builds for enterprises,” said Dean Yao, Director of Marketing for Jinfonet Software. “Docker container environments speed the development process for our customers when embedding analytics into their application frameworks as well as when building sophisticated reports and dashboards.”

JReport 15.5 is now available for download in a Docker image from Docker Hub and the Red Hat Container Catalog. JReport 15.5 is also available as an application download. To request a customized demo, please contact info@jinfonet.com or call (240) 477-1000.

About Jinfonet Software
JReport from Jinfonet Software empowers companies to embed the most precise, high performance reports and dashboards into web applications. The embedded analytics platform provides developers and users with a scalable, fault tolerant solution that’s easy to customize and work seamlessly as part of their applications on any platform, with any data source. Every day, JReport delivers insights for hundreds of thousands of users at over 10,000 OEM and enterprise installations worldwide.

More information on Jinfonet Software and JReport is available at www.jinfonet.com.


Media Contact:
Dean Yao