Apache Cassandra Dashboard Software

InetSoft's very first product offering was a reporting tool that made SQL database analysis easier than traditional methods.

Since then, InetSoft has expanded it's solution to include robust data mashup, intuitive visual dashboarding, and scheduled automated reporting.

InetSoft's flagship product, Style Intelligence, can connect to Apache Cassandra for the easy creation of reports and dashboards. But its reporting capabilities do not stop there.

InetSoft's data mashup engine can pull data from many different sources, for reporting, dashboarding, and more sophisticated analysis. In addition to Microsoft SQL, Style Intelligence can integrate other operational databases such as Hyperion Essbase, Oracle OLAP, and SAP NetWeaver.

Read how InetSoft saves money and resources with deployment flexibility.

Style Intelligence Makes Apache Cassandra Reporting Easy for the End User

Hand-coded SQL queries are laborious, but they allow a degree of control and flexibility not usually found in graphical user interfaces. With InetSoft's solution, users can build SQL queries automatically with a flexible and easy to use drag-and-drop interface. SQL pros can also edit the auto-generated SQL, or hand-write queries, for maximum flexibility.

This degree of self-service that Style Intelligence allows is particularly useful in the creation of ad-hoc reports. When the IT department's pre-built reports aren't sufficient, users can mash up data sources and create new reports to answer their own specific queries.

Style Intelligence empowers both IT professionals and business users with the combination of powerful authoring tools and a highly scalable deployment environment.

What Are the Advantages of a NoSQL Distributed Database?

  1. Scalability: NoSQL databases are designed to scale out horizontally, which means they can handle a large volume of data and high traffic loads by distributing the data across multiple servers or nodes. This allows for seamless expansion as your application grows.

  2. High Performance: NoSQL databases are optimized for specific types of data models and access patterns, which can lead to faster read and write operations compared to traditional relational databases, especially for applications with high throughput requirements.

  3. Flexible Data Models: NoSQL databases support flexible data models, including document, key-value, wide-column, and graph models. This flexibility allows developers to choose the most suitable data model for their specific application requirements, enabling better schema-less data management.

  4. Schema Evolution: Unlike relational databases, which require a predefined schema, NoSQL databases allow for dynamic schema evolution. This means you can add or remove fields from your data without having to modify the entire database schema.

  5. High Availability and Fault Tolerance: NoSQL databases are designed to ensure high availability and fault tolerance. They often have built-in replication and sharding mechanisms that provide redundancy and fault tolerance in case of hardware failures or other issues.

  6. Geographic Distribution: Many NoSQL databases are designed with multi-region or multi-data center support in mind. This allows you to distribute your data across different geographic locations for improved latency and disaster recovery capabilities.

  7. Better Handling of Unstructured Data: NoSQL databases excel at handling unstructured or semi-structured data, making them well-suited for use cases like content management, IoT data, social media interactions, and more.

  8. Support for Big Data and Real-Time Analytics: NoSQL databases are often used in conjunction with big data technologies and real-time analytics frameworks. They can efficiently handle the massive volumes of data generated in these scenarios.

  9. Cost-Efficiency: NoSQL databases can often be more cost-effective for certain use cases, especially when dealing with large-scale distributed systems. They can leverage commodity hardware and cloud-based infrastructure to achieve cost savings.

  10. Elasticity: NoSQL databases can easily adapt to changing workloads and requirements. They can dynamically allocate resources based on demand, which can be particularly beneficial for applications with fluctuating usage patterns.

  11. Support for Complex Data Relationships: Graph databases, a type of NoSQL database, excel at representing and querying complex relationships between entities, making them suitable for use cases like social networks, recommendation engines, and fraud detection.

  12. Developer Productivity: NoSQL databases often have more developer-friendly APIs and query languages for specific data models. This can lead to faster development cycles and easier integration with modern application frameworks.

About InetSoft

InetSoft is a pioneer in delivering easy, agile, and robust business intelligence software that makes it possible for organizations and solution providers of all sizes to deploy or embed full-featured business intelligence solutions. Application highlights include visually-compelling and interactive dashboards that ensure greater end-user adoption plus pixel-perfect report generation, scheduling, and bursting. InetSoft's patent pending Data Block technology enables productive reuse of queries and a unique capability for end-user defined data mashup.

This capability combined with efficient information access enabled by InetSoft's visual analysis technologies allows maximum self-service that benefits the average business user, the IT administrator, and the developer. InetSoft solutions have been deployed at over 5,000 organizations worldwide, including 25% of Fortune 500 companies, spanning all types of industries.

Read why choosing InetSoft's cloud-flexible BI provides advantages over other BI options.

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