Just a few short months ago, we announced the JReport was able to support cloud reporting from Salesforce.com’s Database.com. Now, with JReport, users can easily add high-performance reporting, data visualization, dashboards, and ad-hoc analysis to their existing cloud applications utilizing Amazon EC2.
JReport 10.1 has arrived! With this product release, JReport’s advanced data visualization features are easier to use than ever before. Providing many new additions to its already proven product capabilities, JReport 10.1 defines the phrase “cutting edge” by enriching business intelligence and web-based java reporting.
Companies across the enterprise are making the switch to storing their data and applications in the cloud. This week we hosted a webinar to discuss this transition and what it means for business intelligence data reporting. The topic was: JReport Enables Cloud Reporting through Amazon EC2, Database.com and other cloud infrastructures.
Looking for a reporting tool that can report from the cloud in the same way it would from a local database? JReport can support multiple cloud platforms including Amazon EC2, allowing companies of all sizes to use powerful interactive reporting and dashboards. With this announcement, JReport customers can now deploy JReport to private, public and hybrid cloud environments.
One of the hottest topics in IT today is cloud computing, but does anyone really know what the term actually means? At its most basic level, cloud computing refers to using the Internet to access a remotely hosted software application in lieu of running it on in-house systems.
We recently announced that JReport can now report from Salesforce.com’s cloud database, Database.com.
Today we announced reporting solutions for Salesforce.com’s cloud database, Database.com. This new development provides the ability to create reports and dashboards to directly access Database.com, the first enterprise database built for the cloud.
JReport Cloud can be easily deployed in a Cloud with the support of Amazon EC2, KVM or VMware. JReport Cloud provides the full power of JReport Server including report bursting, page-level security, dashboards, dynamic reporting and analysis and many other features for enhanced usability, and enterprise deployment.