Archives for: "April 2007"

Complex Data Visualization at MySQL BI DW BoaF

Just got home from the MySQL Data Warehousing and BI Birds of a Feather gathering (BoaF). I'm tired, but my mind is on overdrive. 'Tis a great feeling. First, I want to thank Lance Walter of Pentaho for introducing Clarise and me to the group as… more »

BI and DW at MySQL 2007

Here's a guide to what's happening in open source business intelligence and data warehousing at the 2007 MySQL Conference and Exposition. Speakers Fabrice Bonan is co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Talend. Roland Bouman has been awarded the… more »

Cubulus Presentation

We discovered a new OLAP engine, Cubulus, registered on Sourceforge on 2007-03-07. The developer has an interesting presentation on the web, as well. [Just click anywhere on the page that isn't a link to somewhere else, and you'll go to the next slide.… more »

JasperSoft at MySQL2007

JasperSoft will have a booth and be presenting on three topics at the MySQL Conference & Expo 2007. 2007 MySQL Conference & Expo April 23 - 25, 2007 Santa Clara Convention Center Santa Clara, California Booth #409 at the Exhibitors' Hall 2007 MySQL… more »

Reporting for OpenOffice.ORG

As we cite in our OSBI Daily, an integrated reporting solution is coming to OpenOffice.org as reported by Pentaho and Sun Microsystems today, planned to be incorporated into the next major release of OpenOffice.ORG, version 2.3. The jFreeReport open… more »

BI Team Blog on OSBI

Welcome to the wonderful world of OSBI [not Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation] Our linkblog now has over 60 links to OSBI projects, and other sites. I hope that you find it useful. We'll be updating our wiki and lens on Squidoo to match it. I just… more »

An Afternoon at JasperSoft

Yesterday I spent the afternoon with Andrew Lampitt, Senior Manager Business Development, Nick Halsey, VP of Marketing, and Ian Frey, Director of Product Management & Product Marketing, at JasperSoft HQ in downtown San Francisco. We discussed a wide… more »

Cotinuous Process and Code Improvement

We're constantly recreating our 6D™ project management methodology. It started with combining Clarise's software development and project management experience with my aerospace system engineering and program management experience to adopt strict… more »

MuleCon2007 Looking-back

Our main interest in ESB is to supplement ETL, and inject real-time data into dashboards, OLAP, maybe even reports. BPEL/BPM as an offshoot of BI is also of interest. ServiceMix/Tuscany don't seem to be as useful in this regard. My guess is that… more »
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At the beginning, The Open Source Solutions Blog was a companion to the Open Source Solutions for Business Intelligence Research Project, and book. But back in 2005, we couldn't find a publisher. As Apache Hadoop and its family of open source projects proliferated, and in many ways, took over the OSS data management and analytics world, our interests became more focused on streaming data management and analytics for IoT, the architecture for people, processes and technology required to bring value from the IoT through Sensor Analytics Ecosystems, and the maturity model organizations will need to follow to achieve SAEIoT success. OSS is very important in this world too, for DMA, API and community development.

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