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Presentation of our Flex based OLAP cube query and analysis tool which helps in business intelligence and analytics solutions. Tyler Frieling

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    Flex Olap Components Flex Olap Components Presentation Transcript

    • Flex-OLAP Products Deliver components to facilitate analysis of Mondrian based OLAP systems
    • What we understand
      • Flex-Mondrian Technology Needs
        • Multiple data delivery options (XMLA, MDX, JDBC)
        • Cube Inventory and Meta-data
        • Intuitive drag-drop grid interfaces for non-MDX queries
      • What we heard from our research
        • Less reporting more discovery analysis
        • Slice-dice available cubes
        • Flex 3
        • Mondrian
        • Educated user-base
        • Jboss Server
    • Results: Investigate Flex-Mondrian Technology Flex Pentaho Mondrian DB ROLAP Cubes Data Requested and Delivered AMF Java Pentaho Mondrian DB ROLAP Cubes Flex Extreme Recommended if system will have >60 concurrent users Recommended SOAP XMLA
    • Results: Cube Inventory Component
      • Using the proposed architecture it is possible to obtain inventory and metadata of available OLAP data:
        • Cube Inventory
        • Cube Metadata:
          • Dimensions
          • Hierarchies
          • Levels
          • Members
          • Measures
      Cube Metadata OLAP Inventory
      • MDX Based Interface for technical and specific analysis
        • Consistent interfaces for query results
        • Support User-created MDX queries
        • Enhance discovery by reporting available OLAP tuples
        • Enable storing of queries and results
      OLAP MDX Component
      • Non-MDX based analysis for non-technical analysis
        • Empower users by providing drag-drop support to create 3 Axis queries:
            • Colums, Rows, Measure
        • Use OLAP meta-data to define drag-drop tuple options
        • Axis tuples can be further filtered using tuple drop-downs
        • Enable storing and sharing of queries and results
      Available Tuples Tuple drop-downs OLAP Pivot Component
    • HTTP
      • Creates communication layer between Flex and Mondrian
        • Implements Flex 3’s OLAP interfaces: IOLAP______
        • Uses SOAP to issue XMLA requests
        • Supports execution of MDX queries and conversion to IOLAPCube
        • Will support flattening of XMLA results for use in non-OLAP components
        • Logging supports server-side log4j, on-demand Flex UI logging
        • Facilitates custom development
      OLAP ActionScript Library OLAP ActionScript Library Flex Pentaho Mondrian IOLAP__ Data AS3 SOAP XMLA
      • Exporting
        • Export to Excel via Office Web Component (requires use of IE)
        • Export to CSV
      • Visualization
      • 1. Cartesian graph support (Bar, column, line)
      • Development and Integration
      • 1. Analysis pieces (Tabs in prototype) can act independently
      • 2. Analysis pieces created as separate Flex components
      • 3. Code can be delivered
      • 4. Charting and Export items require more research to find best way to integrate into existing application.
      Additional Tasks
    • Contact us
      • Sherlock Informatics: www.SherlockInformatics.com
      • Ignite Analytics:
      • www.IgniteAnalytics.com
      • Tyler Frieling
      • Solution Delivery