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Presentation for the May 11, 2010 webinar featuring new Jaspersoft features for in-memory analytics and visualization

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Jaspersoft Webinar deck

  1. 1. Driving Innovation Using Open Source BI Jos van Dongen Tholis Consulting
  2. 2. AGENDA ⇨ Current state of the BI Industry ⇨ The Open Source Promise ⇨ The Open Core Dilemma ⇨ Driving Innovation
  3. 3. Current State of Industry
  4. 4. Risky Strategy…
  5. 5. How Many Plates Can you Spin?
  6. 6. Your Typical Proprietary BI Suite
  7. 7. Time to wake up!
  8. 8. Open Source Disrupts the Market Overkill What Customers Want Perceived as a Toy Time Source: The Innovators Dilemma, Clayton Christensen
  9. 9. Why Open Source? Source: Open Source Adoption in the BI Market 3rd Nature, 2009
  10. 10. BI Stack Adoption Source: Open Source Adoption in the BI Market 3rd Nature, 2009
  11. 11. Open Source BI Stack Maturity Portals GIS Search Office Information Delivery & Presentation Data Mining Statistics Visualization Text Mining (Advanced) Analytics OS Vendor Hot Spots Reports OLAP Ad-hoc Dashboards CPM Reporting & Analysis DBMS Profiling Data Quality Modeling MDM Data Management ETL EII EAI Information Integration Operating Systems, Application NOIV Jaarcongres 2010 Tholis Consulting Servers, Programming languages 11
  12. 12. The Open Core Dilemma ⇨ Open Source ⇨ Open Core ⇨ 'Community Edition' ⇨ 'Enterprise Edition' ⇨ Full OS Licence ⇨ Only 'core' is open ⇨ Dev & test: Community ⇨ Dev & test: OS vendor ⇨ Fast release cycles ⇨ Managed releases ⇨ No license costs ⇨ Subscription licensing ⇨ Limited paid support ⇨ Support included ⇨ No indemnification ⇨ Indemnification (not always!) Tholis Consulting
  13. 13. Debunking the Community Myth Slide stolen from Matt Asay
  14. 14. Where to look for Innovation? Or Here? Here?
  15. 15. The Face of Innovation... Drupal Linux MySQL Jasper Reports Internet Python
  16. 16. 2001: 1 Developer 2010: > 10 MlnDownloads > 125,000 Forum members > 70,000 Posts > 11,000 Customers “ Fastest Growing BI Vendor in 2009”
  17. 17. Driving Innovation: Just Start! ⇨ www.jaspersoft.com ⇨ Self running demo's ⇨ bitnami.org ⇨ /stack/jasperserver ⇨ www.infobright.com ⇨ Downloads/ Jaspersoft_ICE_VM/
  18. 18. Driving Innovation: Adapt!
  19. 19. Driving Innovation: Disseminate!
  20. 20. The Power of Open Source
  21. 21. Jos van Dongen Web: www.tholis.com Email: jos<at>tholis.com Phone: +31-(0)50-2304510 Twitter: josvandongen
  22. 22. Attributions ⇨ Fish eating fish: Ken Sprague: The Parable of the Fishes - "Energy and Cooperation" ⇨ Mikado sticks: Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (http://www- dcf.ds.mpg.de/Materialien/WetRandomAssemblies/mikado_side_view.jpg) ⇨ Brave Penguin: http://media.photobucket.com/image/brave%20penguin/The_cursed_one_photos/Fun%20Pics/brave-penguin.jpg ⇨ Key: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kelehen/3935247290/sizes/l/ ⇨ Light bulb: http://thestaffingadvisor.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/innovation-lightbulb.jpg ⇨ Starting gun: http://www.elitefeet.com/ ⇨ Balancing: http://www.businessoffashion.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/ddfeb12.jpg ⇨ Success: http://www.coachwithjeremy.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/business-success.jpg ⇨ Bell Phone: http://www.w3.org/2005/Talks/1111-maxf-delhi/telephone.jpg ⇨ Many phones:http://www.loudmouthwireless.com/images/many%20phones.jpg ⇨ Jet truck: http://www.flickr.com/photos/zevy/ ⇨ My foto: Richard Lotte fotografie (http://www.fotolotte.nl)

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