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Jaspersoft Open Source Business Intelligence Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Delivering Next-GenerationBusiness Intelligence UsingOpen Source SoftwareTom Cahill – VP EMEA, Jaspersoft OW2Con 2011, November 23-24, Orange Labs, Paris. www.ow2.org.
  • 2. The New IT World McKinsey’s Networked EnterpriseMcKinsey on Web 2.0McKinsey Global Institute, December 2010§ New class of company emerging § Uses Web 2.0 technologies intensively§ Extends organizational reach § Customers, partners, suppliers§ Creates market leaders, gaining share § Higher margins via better management 2
  • 3. The New IT World Moore’s Network-Centric StackThe Old Data Center Centric Stack The New Network Centric Stack 3
  • 4. The New IT World Modern BI PlatformA new world of enterprise IT is emergingWith new technology, user and business requirementsTraditional BI platforms not fit for new IT worldInflexible architecture, old products and costly business modelsRequires a BI platform built for the New IT World BI Built for New IT World Cons umer -i z at i on Cl oud Cos t 4
  • 5. The New IT World“Tectonic shifts are occurring in today’s enterprise IT environment, powered bymega-forces such as globalization and commoditization – and also driven byconsumer technologies […]” – Geoffrey Moore, May 2010Consumerization: New User RequirementsConsumer-Like ExpectationsCloud: New Technology RequirementsStandards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesCost: New Business RequirementsLow-Cost, Open Source ApproachThe Right Skills. The Right BI Platform. 5
  • 6. New User Requirements Consumer-Like Expectations 6
  • 7. New User Requirements Consumer-Like ExpectationsA Day in the Life of a 17-year old . . . 7
  • 8. New User Requirements Consumer-Like Expectations Tired, Aged Enterprise Apps “Within Industry Average Companies, 25% use a BI solution” – “The Business Value of Pervasive BI”, July 2009“…(of the) 66 million workersemployed by US f rms who could ipotentially use BI, 1.5 million use BIapps, or just over 2%...” 8
  • 9. New User Requirements Consumer-Like ExpectationsInformation Systems Expectations Ubiquitous Access Powerful Customization Elegant Presentation User-Centric Collaboration 9
  • 10. The New IT WorldNew User RequirementsConsumer-Like ExpectationsNew Technology RequirementsStandards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesNew Business RequirementsLow-Cost, Open Source ApproachThe Right Skills. The Right BIPlatform. 10
  • 11. Traditional BI Market2011 Gartner, IDC estimate ~$10.8B in Software license with ~8-10% CAGR Operational Reporting Production Market Size Reporting Dashboards Query & Reporting Analytics Self-Service User Sophistication & Knowledge User Sophistication & Knowledge Low High 11
  • 12. New BI MarketGrowing need for a modern, lightweight BI Platform, designed forbroad deployment that works in both embedded and standaloneenvironments Operational Reporting Production Market Size Reporting Dashboards Pervasive BI Market Forces Query & Reporting Analytics Self-Service User Sophistication & Knowledge Low Hig h 12
  • 13. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Data Explosion In 2010, Digital Universe reached 1.2M Petabytes. By 2020, Digital Universe will increase 44 times amounts of 2010. [IDC Research, 2010] Data 13 13
  • 14. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Web 2.0 Simple, interactive reporting and analysis tools enable modern BI solution design and development so anyone can harness the information from within the massive Web 2.0 growth in data Data 14 14
  • 15. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Collaboration Users want to access, integrate, view and share data analysis results from a single view, which requires Collaboration embeddable BI to complement collaborative Web 2.0 business processes Data 15 15
  • 16. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Mobile Mainstream use of smart, Mobile always-connected, handheld devices of all types, drives Collaboration reporting and analysis into traditional and new organizational uses Web 2.0 Data 16 16
  • 17. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Cloud Cloud Mobile Increasingly, organizations will want the flexibility to purchase and use BI Collaboration functionality delivered as a service Web 2.0 Data 17 17
  • 18. New Technology Requirements Standards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesMajor BI Technology Trends … through 2012 Cloud BI + Open Source Mobile Open Source model continues to disrupt, delivering superior TCO and Collaboration best overall customer experience Web 2.0 Data 18 18
  • 19. The New IT WorldNew User RequirementsConsumer-Like ExpectationsNew Technology RequirementsStandards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesNew Business RequirementsLow-Cost, Open Source ApproachThe Right Skills. The Right BIPlatform. 19
  • 20. New Business Requirements Low Cost, Open Source Approach BI on a Limited Budget: Strategies for Doing More with Less – TDWI July 1, 2010 “Business intelligence is the new battlef eld for software i providers… As a result, business intelligence will be where strategic relationships are won and lost.” Source: TDWI “BI on a Limited Budget” 2010 survey of 212 respondents 20
  • 21. New Business Requirements Low Cost, Open Source Approach• BI Growth Areas § Embedded BI § Mid-market BI § Cost-cutting BI Interest in Deploying Open Source BI Small BI Budget Mid BI Budget Large BI Budget (<$100K) ($100K-$1M) (>$1M) TDWI Source: TDWI “BI on a Limited Budget” 2010 survey of 212 respondents 21
  • 22. New Business Requirements Low Cost, Open Source ApproachOpen Source BI Delivers Big Savings Source: Third Nature, ”Lowering the Cost of Business Intelligence with Open Source”, Technology White Paper 2010 22
  • 23. The New IT WorldNew User RequirementsConsumer-Like ExpectationsNew Technology RequirementsStandards-Based, Flexible ArchitecturesNew Business RequirementsLow-Cost, Open Source ApproachThe Right Skills. The Right BIPlatform. 23
  • 24. The BI BuilderThe New Hero in Business Intelligence Business Web Intelligence Applications The BI Builder in Practice BI • Application Developer • IT / Data Manager • DW Specialist • Report Writer • Etc… 24
  • 25. BI Builder Customer Examples ISV embedding BI in their product Tata Mosaic creates world’s first online digital media management platform Jaspersoft BI suite underpins this platform, enabling collaboration between the diverse and dispersed media market “supply chain” Organization integrating BI into internal app BHF Bank integrated Jaspersoft and Ingres into an internal back office application, expanding access to key data from multiple sources for decision-makers in several locations Highly successful implementation with 6-digit cost-savings achieved Organization customizing standalone BI Universum Inkasso required a low-cost, flexible reporting and BI product, which they could customize for internal workflow and processes Combining Talend and Jaspersoft, SI Partner Ancud delivered on-time, within budget and above expectations SI building BI solutions Jaspersoft SI Partner Smile designed and implemented a solution for Manufacturer of train systems, Faiveley Transport, comprising Talend, Palo and Jaspersoft BI Professional Analysis features as well as dashboards & reports, users worldwide now access hi- quality data from multiple sources, enabling more informed decision making 25
  • 26. Jaspersoft Business Intelligence Suite Reporting Engine Visual Report Design Environment Studio Ad Hoc Reports, Dashboards, In-Memory Analysis Server Powerful OLAP Data Analysis High Performance Data Integration 26
  • 27. Jaspersoft Modern Design for Enterprise ConsumerJaspersoft’s modern design fits enterprise consumer needsAnimated charting, in-memory analysis, mashups enhance userinteractivityRich API powers analytics integrated into third-party applicationsMobile BI enabled through rich API Customer- “Demo Cup” Global Usage Driven 175,000+ Production Deployments “With Jaspersoft, we and our customers are getting all the power of an enterprise business suite at a fraction of the price, Jaspersoft has proven to be the ideal partner for us as both the Mosaic business and Jaspersoft are truly innovative businesses.” Steve Russell, Head of Product and Commercial 27
  • 28. Jaspersoft Flexible Architecture Built for new IT worldJaspersoft’s flexible architecture is built for the new IT worldModern, lightweight, scalable, web-standards architectureRich APIs for PaaS and full multi-tenancy for SaaSExtensible data connector architecture and agnostic data layer “New prospects see the dashboards, the drag-and-drop ad hoc query, and aesthetics, and say: ‘Wow. We didn’t know you guys could do this.’ And it’s getting us new business – lots of it.” Bruce Belvin, President 28
  • 29. Jaspersoft Cost Effective Open Source ModelJaspersoft enables cost effective business intelligenceCommercial open source software with low subscription pricingExtensive community and commercial supportRapid deployments for both embedded and standalone “Lower TCO” 4 Days! “82% Less” “If I were building our entire BI infrastructure from scratch today, I probably wouldn’t go down the proprietary road. We find the open source technology to be quite comparable in terms of performance, capability, feature sets—and the costs are much lower.” Jeremy Walters, Director, Systems Development 29
  • 30. BI Future: Jaspersoft 4 Designed for the BI Builder Built for web application integration Data IntegrationReporting Dashboards Analysis 30
  • 31. Community and Commercial CustomersThe Principles of Open SourceTransparencyCollaboration Commercial CustomersParticipation Community 31
  • 32. Thank You• Jaspersoft on the web – www.jaspersoft.com – www.jasperforge.org• Links… – The Open Book on BI: http://openbookonbi.blogspot.com/ – The BI Revolution: http://www.tdwi.org• Follow Jaspersoft… – Twitter: @Jaspersoft – Facebook – LinkedIn – Google + 32