Knowage inherits the long history of SpagoBI, the well known open source BI suite. The Community Edition continues this tradition, providing value to the community of developers and users.
MODULAR APPROACH, SINGLE SOLUTION
The suite is composed of several modules, each one conceived for a specific analytical domain. They can be used individually or combined with one another to ensure full coverage of user’ requirements, allowing to build a tailored product. Knowage is a smart solution since the beginning.
Combine structured historical enterprise data with external multistructured ones
Usability, ad-hoc reporting, free inquiring, self-management for the end-user
Certified data, certified processes, certified reports, certified users
Combine business measures and spatial data at run time
Combine historical data with RT measures, detect & react
Make hypothesis and evaluate their impacts in an interactive way
TWO DIFFERENT EDITIONS
The suite is available on two versions. The Community Edition, with the whole set of analytical capabilities, entirely free under an open source licence, is part of the software stack managed by OW2 as SpagoBI always did. The Enterprise Edition, with a commercial offering and some facilities for the administrator, is provided and guaranteed directly from Engineering Group, the leading Italian software and services company.
Knowage 7.1 is now available for download. From the previous version 7.0 the following changes have been made: Manual installation simplification – dialect of Knowage metadata RDBMS is automatically detected Improvements on SolR Data Set Solr dataset can now be used into map widget Multivalue field of Solr are now supported Is now possible to…
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