How High Performance Analytics Improves Business Efficiency

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In our recent eBook, Technology Performance in Context, we take a look at how high performance analytics can transform business processes and results.

Read on to get a short excerpt of what’s inside!

Business Performance: What is it?

When considering whether or not to implement a new technology, the first consideration should always be: “how does this benefit my business?” More efficient systems, better computing power, and increased I/O mean nothing if there is not a measurable business impact. In our eBook, we take a look at how high performance analytics can benefit your business and your customers.

High Performance Analytics ScalabilityScalability

As a result of the continued growth of cloud deployments, hardware scalability has become increasingly easier to manage. But your analytical capability can suffer if your BI platform isn’t built to scale. With JReport’s clustering technology you can expand and contract resources for peak and off-peak hours.

Failover

For organizations who rely on critical systems to drive business results, reliability and high availability are a must. Failover is the ability to handle the failure of everything from a hard-drive to an entire datacenter.

JReport’s architecture not only supports clustering but failover as well so you can rest easy knowing that if a failure were to happen there would be no interruption in reporting and dashboard service, and no data loss.

Reporting and Analysis Complexity

Data is one thing, but actionable business intelligence is quite another. The same way data can be stored in different ways, whether it be in a database, a data warehouse, or even in a big data source, an analytics solution must be able to provide flexibility in how reports are delivered and how complex they are. Basic reporting tools require lots of man hours to manage complex reporting requirements such as multitenancy and user management. An enterprise BI tool like JReport, however, has multitenancy as a core function and allows for varying levels of permissions without complicated deployment strategies.

Read the full eBook here, and get the full scoop.

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