Introducing JReport 12:
Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 2:00 PM ET
Does your business require you to have access to your actionable information faster than ever before? Are you looking for an easy-to-use tool that can efficiently handle your Big Data? Need something that can let you accomplish all of the above and run in the cloud?
Join us to get a first look at JReport 12 and the advanced visualization and self-service capabilities that it offers.
Interested in Visualization?
Learn more about our brand new Visual Analysis, which lets you easily transform your data into rich visualizations. Drag-and-drop components, use sliders and filters, and adjust the dynamics of your visualizations on the fly for even faster access to actionable information.
Want to visualize in the cloud?
JReport integrates with Amazon Web services to provide support for scalable, elastic cloud visualization solutions. Now, JReport 12 is a partner of Amazon Redshift, a fast petabyte-scale data warehouse service. JReport also supports Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), a web service that makes it easy for customers to set up, operate and scale a familiar MySQL, Oracle or Microsoft SQL Server database in the cloud. So you can run your advanced data visualization right in the cloud.
Need to interact with Big Data?
JReport 12 gives you the ability to visualize your rapidly increasing business data from Big Data sources. Whether accessing aggregation data or detail data, JReport directly leverages MongoDB and Apache Hive to provide high performance data visualization and analysis using JReport in-memory cubes and detail data caches.
New features of JReport 12 that will be showcased during the live demo:
- Visual Analysis and JDashboard enhancements
- Amazon Redshift integration for advanced reporting in the cloud
- Easy connection of reports and dashboards to big data sources
- Fast creation of in-memory cubes from big data sources
- Powerful, in-memory interactions on big data aggregate values
Get a first look at the new features in JReport 12 and see why companies like IBM, Target, and Visa are embedding JReport into mission critical applications.