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GeoKettle, GeoMondrian et Spatialytics : une suite open source de GeoBI
 

GeoKettle, GeoMondrian et Spatialytics : une suite open source de GeoBI

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Avec la disponibilité croissante de données très diverses, géospatiales ou non, liés aux efforts et argents investis dans la collection et mise en place de nombreux référentiels ou bases de ...

Avec la disponibilité croissante de données très diverses, géospatiales ou non, liés aux efforts et argents investis dans la collection et mise en place de nombreux référentiels ou bases de données tant dans les entreprises que dans les institutions gouvernementales, se fait jour le besoin de plus en plus important et pressant de croiser ces différentes sources de données afin d'appuyer la prise de décision et ceci dans des domaines très variés : banque, assurance, environnement, infrastructures, santé, changements climatiques, ... Les technologies de Business Intelligence (Intelligence d'affaires) permettent le croisement de telles masses de données et leur exploration interactive et rapide afin de dégager des tendances ou mettre en lumière différents phénomènes et ainsi prendre en pleine connaissance de cause des décisions éclairées afin de contrer les effets, corriger ou améliorer la situation observée. La pile logicielle open source disponible et supportée à Spatialytics.org a été développée par l’équipe de recherche GeoSOA mené par le Dr. Thierry Badard de l’Université Laval. La suite Geo-BI est constituée de GeoKettle (un outil ETL spatial), GeoMondrian (un serveur Spatial OLAP ou SOLAP) et SOLAPLayers (un composant cartographique permettant la navigation dans les cubes de données géo-décisionnelles) et permet la pleine prise en compte de la composante spatiale dans l'analyse de ces grandes masses d'information. Il devient ainsi possible d'observer certaines tendances, et ceci à différents niveaux de détails et différentes époques, par le biais de cartes qui viennent s'ajouter aux moyens usuels de représentation des données de synthèse que sont les tableaux croisés et les graphiques dans les outils décisionnels (tableau de bord, outil de reporting, ...). L'estimation de la répartition spatiale de tels ou tels phénomènes ou de son évolution spatiotemporelle est rendue possible et facile. Cette présentation se veut donc une vitrine technologique dans laquelle seront présentés les différents outils géo-décisionnels disponibles à Spatialytics.org , des exemples et démonstrations permettront d'en comprendre le fonctionnement, la portée et pertinence.

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    GeoKettle, GeoMondrian et Spatialytics : une suite open source de GeoBI GeoKettle, GeoMondrian et Spatialytics : une suite open source de GeoBI Presentation Transcript

    • Benefits of Open Source Geospatial Business Intelligence (Geo-BI) By Luc Vaillancourt, Spatialytics CEO for Dr. Thierry Badard (Spatialytics CTO and Professor at Laval University) 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 1
    • Plan 1. Spatialytics – Dr. Thierry Badard 2. Business Intelligence – BI Offering 3. Open Source – Open Source BI Players • Pentaho Offering 4. Spatialytics.org Offering – GeoKettle – GeoMondrian – SOLAPLayers 5. Summary 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 2
    • 1. About Spatialytics • A new company • Based in Quebec City • Inspired by the work of Dr. Thierry Badard – Inspired by the Pentaho Open Source BI suite.. • Solutions in Geo-BI • CTO : Dr. Thierry Badard • CEO : Luc Vaillancourt – Co-founded KOREM in 1993, founded BALIZ in 2007 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 3
    • 1.1 About Dr. Thierry Badard • Co-founder & CTO of Spatiaylits Solutons Inc. • professor in Geomatics at Laval University, Quebec City, since 2005 – Leads the GeoSOA Research team • industrial researcher at IGN of France between 1996 and 2004 • well involved in the OSGeo – Voting member – Co-fonder of the “francophone” chapter (OSGeo-fr) – Co-fonder of the “Québec” chapter (OSGeo-qc) – Member of the FOSS4G organizing committee 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 4
    • 2. Business Intelligence 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 5
    • 2. Business Intelligence BI Market Grows 22% In Tough Economy http://www.informationweek.com/news/business_intelligence/analytics/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=217800991 • 22% growth in 2008 (13% in 2007) • $8.8 billion in 2008 – BI platforms, analytic applications, performance management software • 75% to the top6 : – SAP/Business Objects, SAS Institute, Oracle, IBM/Cognos, Microsoft and MicroStrategy • Users : "increase transparency" to identify costs and better align strategy with execution 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 6
    • 2.1 BI Offering • Data Integration (ETL : from OLTP to OLAP) • Data Warehouse (any RBDMS) • OLAP Server (OnLine Analytical Processing) • End-User Applications (via MDX) : – Analysis - Data Mining – Dashboards - Reporting DATA BI TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE SOURCE S MDX ET End‐User Applications BDM flat L S files Data Warehous (OLAP) sensor e s 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 7
    • 3. Open Source 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 8
    • 3. Open Source Open Source Software Market Accelerated by Economy and Increased Acceptance From Enterprise Buyers http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/permalink/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20090729005107&newsLang=en • An IDC study on Open Source : – worldwide revenue from OSS will grow at a 22.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach $8.1 billion by 2013 – OSS has had a much higher level of acceptance over the past 12 months than previously expected – the economy accelerated the uptake and use of OSS in the closing months of 2008 Worldwide Open Source Software 2009–2013 Forecast (IDC #219260) 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 9
    • 3.1 Open Source BI • Players : – Pentaho – SpagoBI – Talend (ETL) – JasperSoft 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 10
    • 3.1.1 Pentaho • Pentaho Corporation is the commercial open source alternative for Business Intelligence (BI) • Pentaho's products have been downloaded more than three million times • Pentaho is the only commercial open source BI suite provider who leads and sponsors all of its core open source BI projects. 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 11
    • 3.1.1 Pentaho • highly experienced industry leaders with a strong record of creating successful BI products for top-tier commercial vendors, including: Business Objects, Cognos, Hyperion, IBM, Oracle, SAS ... • « to achieve positive, disruptive change in the BI space by building a On-Demand Business Intelligence and making !it Cloud  class-leading BI platform 05/10/2009 available to everyone by shift of business intelligence to an on- releasing it into Open LucidEra was founded in 2005 by veterans of the business intelligence industry. Computing Our founders recognized early the Source » demand model. http://www.pentaho.com/news/releases/20091005_pentaho_announces_strategic_technology_acquisition.php 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 12
    • 3.1.1 Pentaho 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 13
    • 3.1.1 Pentaho • Kettle : ETL / Data Integration • Mondrian : OLAP Server • End-User Applications (via MDX) : – Pentaho Reporting – CDF (Community Dashboard Framework) – Weka for Data Mining DATA SOURCES MDX ET End‐User Applications L flat Data BDM files Warehous (OLAP) S e sensor s CDF 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 14
    • Geo-BI 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 15
    • 4. Spatialytics.org Spatialytics leads and sponsors all of its core Open Source Geo-BI projects, available at 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 16
    • 4. Spatialytics.org Spatialytics.org Open Source Geo-BI projects, are : Origins of those projects : - Faculté de foresterie, de géographie et de géomatique - Département des sciences géomatiques - GeoSOA Research Team - Dr. Thierry Badard 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 17
    • 4. Spatialytics.org • GeoKettle : Data & GeoData Integration • GeoMondrian : Saptial OLAP Server (SOLAP) • Enriched MDX with Spatial capabilities • SOLAPLayer : Map Component for Map-Centric or “Map-Enabled” (Reporting, Dashboards) applications DATA SOURCES MDX ET End‐User Applications L Data BDM flat files Warehouse (SOLA S Thematic P) Mapping sensor s 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 18
    • 4.1 GeoKettle • GeoKettle is a "spatially-enabled" version of Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle) • True and consistent integration of the spatial component – All steps provided by Kettle are able to deal with geospatial data types – Some geospatial dedicated steps have been added 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 19
    • 4.1 GeoKettle 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 20
    • 4.1 GeoKettle • Current stable version : 3.2.0-20090609 • Released under LGPL • http://www.geokettle.org • Provides support for: – Handling geometry data types (based on JTS) – Definition of custom transformation steps by the user – Topological predicates (Intersects, crosses, etc.) – Input / Output with some spatial DBMS – Native support for Oracle, PostGIS and MySQL – MS SQL Server 2008, Ingres and IBM DB2 can be used but it requires some tricks – GIS file Input / Output : Shapefile (GML and KML soon) 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 21
    • 4.1 GeoKettle • Upcoming features: – Cartographic preview (work in progress) – Implementation of data matching and conflation steps in order to allow geometric data cleansing and comparison of geospatial datasets – Read/write support for other DBMS & GIS file formats • MapInfo (.tab or MIF/MID), KML, GeoJSON, GeoRSS, ESRI Geodatabase, ArcSDE • Native support for MS SQL Server 2008 and Ingres • WFS, Sensor Web (TML, SensorML, SOS, ...) – Implementation of a “Spatial analysis” step with a GUI – Raster support : integration in progress of the Sextante library 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 22
    • 4.2 GeoMondrian • SOLAP “allows a rapid and easy navigation within spatial datawarehouses and offers many levels of information granularity, many themes, many epochs and many display modes of information that are synchronized or not: maps, tables and diagrams” – adapted from Rivest et al., 2005 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 23
    • 4.2 GeoMondrian • GeoMondrian is a "spatially-enabled" version of Pentaho Analysis Services (Mondrian) • GeoMondrian brings to the Mondrian OLAP server what PostGIS brings to the PostgreSQL DBMS – i.e. a consistent and powerful support for geospatial data. • Released under the EPL • http://www.geo-mondrian.org 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 24
    • 4.2 GeoMondrian • As far as we know, it is the first implementation of a true Spatial OLAP (SOLAP) Server • Provides a consistent integration of spatial objects into the OLAP data cube structure – Instead of fetching them from an separate spatial DBMS, web service or a GIS file • Implements a native Geometry data type • Provides first spatial extensions to the MDX language – Add spatial analysis capabilities to the analytical queries • At present, it only supports PostGIS datawarehouses 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 25
    • 4.2.1 Spatially enabled MDX • bring to Mondrian and MDX what SQL spatial extensions do for relational DBMS (i.e. Simple Features for SQL and implementations such as PostGIS). • Example query: filter spatial dimension members based on distance from a feature – SELECT {[Measures].[Population]} on columns, Filter( {[Unite geographique].[Region economique].members}, ST_Distance([Unitegeographique].CurrentMember.Properties("geom"), [Unite geographique].[Province].[Ontario].Properties("geom")) < 2.0 ) on rows FROM [Recensements] WHERE [Temps].[Rencensement 2001 (2001-2003)].[2001] 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 26
    • 4.2.1 Spatially enabled MDX • Many more possibilities: – in-line geometry constructors (from WKT) – member filters based on topological predicates (intersects, contains, within, …) – spatial calculated members and measures (e.g. aggregates of spatial features, buffers) – calculations based on scalar attributes derived from spatial features (area, length, distance, …) 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 27
    • 4.3 SOLAPLayers • SOLAPLayers is a lightweight cartographic component which enables navigation in geospatial (Spatial OLAP or SOLAP) data cubes, such as those handled by GeoMondrian. • to be integrated into existing dashboard frameworks in order to produce interactive geo-analytical dashboards. • Released under BSD (client part) and EPL (server part). • http://www.solaplayers.org 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 28
    • 4.3 SOLAPLayers 1645243 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 29
    • 4.3 SOLAPLayers • Is mainly based on OpenLayers and Dojo • Allows: – the connection with a Spatial OLAP server such as GeoMondrian, – the navigation in geospatial data cubes, – and the cartographic representation of some measures as static or dynamic choropleth maps. • Many Features in development – More thematic capabilities 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 30
    • 5. Summary DATA MDX SOURCES ET End‐User  L Applications Data Warehous (OLAP) MDX ET End‐User  e L Applications BDM S Data Warehous (OLAP) MDX ET e End‐User  L Applications flat Data CDF Warehouse (SOLA files Themati P) c Mapping sensor s OLTP Operational + = Geo-BI (full SOLAP) + = 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 31
    • Not just free… 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 32
    • What else… 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 33
    • Monetize… 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 34
    • On the field… 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 35
    • …and in the Cloud 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 36
    • Events… 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 37
    • QUESTIONS ? Thank you ! Luc Vaillancourt, Spatialytics CEO lvaillancourt@spatialytics.com @l_vaillancourt Dr. Thierry Badard - Spatialytics CTO tbadard@spatialytics.com @tbadard - Professor at Laval University thierry.badard@scg.ulaval.ca Coming soon! WWW Spatialytics.COM @spatialytics Spatialytics.ORG 06/10/2009 Geospatial Business Intelligence 38