Webinar: SpagoBI Suite

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The presentation supported the webinar on SpagoBI Suite, delivered by Chiara Chiarelli (SpagoBI Developer) through SpagoWorld Webinar Center, on 13th December 2010. http://www.spagoworld.org/

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Webinar: SpagoBI Suite

  1. 1. SpagoBI Suite
  2. 2. AgendaSpagoBI Suite Webinar  SpagoBI – definition and approach  SpagoBI main modules: Server; Studio; Meta; SDK  Focus on SpagoBI Server  Focus on SpagoBI Studio  Focus on SpagoBI Meta  Focus on SpagoBI SDK Site & Forge  Q&A
  3. 3. SpagoBI
  4. 4. For those who doesn’t know SpagoBISpagoBI is the only Business Intelligence integration Suite for enterprise BIsolutions, entirely developed according to FOSS philosophy.
  5. 5. What is SpagoBI?SpagoBI is the only Business Intelligence integration Suite for enterprise BI solutions, entirely developed according to FOSS philosophy.  SUITE:  It covers and satisfies all the BI analytical areas: Reporting, Multidimensional Analysis (OLAP), Dashboards and Charts, Cockpits, Geographical analysis, Free Inquiry (QbE), KPIs, Office automation and collaboration, Data Mining, ETL, Real Time BI  Data Management, Profiling and security  Administrator support (versioning, scheduling, approval iter, import/export, etc)
  6. 6. What is SpagoBI?SpagoBI is the only Business Intelligence integration Suite for enterprise BI solutions, entirely developed according to FOSS philosophy.  Integration suite:  Not a product solution, with a predefined set of tools  Open to many products for the same/different analytical area, both open source and proprietary  It allows the best composition of one’s own platform every time  No binding dependences on products and tools  Open standards adoption  It allows to give the right answers to analytical questions by means of different products
  7. 7. What is SpagoBI?SpagoBI is the only Business Intelligence integration Suite for enterprise BI solutions, entirely developed according to FOSS philosophy.  Enterprise platform  Distributed architecture (scalability)  Security (Internal profiling system)  Adaptive behaviour of the analysis based on the end users’ roles  Adaptable to existing environments  Entirely Open Source  One single stable versione released under LGPL licence  Open to contributions  Support to its community  Granted over time by an independent no-profit organization
  8. 8. Integration Suite
  9. 9. SpagoBI Suite – Main Modules SpagoBI Applications SpagoBI MetaSpagoBI Studio SpagoBI SDK SpagoBI SERVER
  10. 10. SpagoBI Suite – Main Modules5 Modules SpagoBI Server Server  16 Analytical Areas (21 Engines)  Report (3 engines) Studio  OLAP (3 engines)  Chart Meta  Data Mining  GEO-referenced analysis (2 Engines)  Free Inquiry (QbE) SDK  Smart Filter  RT dashboards Applications  RT console  Accesible reporting  Interactive cockpits  KPI (modeler and navigator)  Analytical Dossier  Office  External processing  ETL  General Features  Subscriptions  Personal folders  Rich client  Data sources configuration  Alert and Notification  Save Import/export settings  Scheduler  ….
  11. 11. SpagoBI Suite – Main Modules5 Modules SpagoBI Studio : the integrated Server environment, to develop, test Studio and deploy documents into one or more SpagoBI Servers Meta Applications SDK SpagoBI Meta : Business and technical metadata SpagoBI Applications:SpagoBI SDK, to use SpagoBI - BAMfrom external applications: - Audit & Monitoring - Tag Lib - …. - Integration API - Web Services
  12. 12. SpagoBI Server
  13. 13. Analytical document types Report Olap Chart Dashboard Data Mining These are all available ETL Analytical AREAS. Office documents Lets see them one by one GEO with all the available engines KPI for each Type. Free Inquiry (Qbe) Smart Filter Analytical dossier Interactive Cockpits RT console
  14. 14. Analytical document types - ReportingBasic users
  15. 15. Analytical document types – Reporting - Engines The Reporting Analytical Engines available in SpagoBI are:  Jasper Report: one of leader open source reporting tools  BIRT: Eclipse-based open source reporting system for web applications  Accessible Reporting Engine: tabular reports which are accessible according to the international law WCAG 2.0
  16. 16. Analytical document types - OlapSkilled users for data navigation
  17. 17. Analytical document types - Olap OLAP Systems Olap ServerOlap Client Com. API Com. API DWH Data Com. Protocol Storage
  18. 18. Analytical document types – Olap - Engines Olap Client: JPalo
  19. 19. Analytical document types – Olap - Engines Olap Client: JPivot The principal components are the toolbar and the pivot table:
  20. 20. Analytical document types – Charts/DashboardsBasic users
  21. 21. Analytical document types – Charts/Dashboards Bar Charts
  22. 22. Analytical document types – Charts/Dashboards Dial Charts
  23. 23. Analytical document types – Charts/Dashboards Pie ChartsXY Charts
  24. 24. Analytical document types – Charts/Dashboards Scatter andBubble Charts
  25. 25. Analytical document types – Charts/DashboardsDashboards
  26. 26. Analytical document types – GeoSimple/Skilled users
  27. 27. Analytical document types – GeoGEO Analysis is ... ... a visual representation ofsome spatial data (typically ageographic map) which elements,are enriched with some graphicalinformation (typically colours)based on the value of some KPIrelated to the spatial element.
  28. 28. SpagoBI 2.1 – GEO Analysis – EnginesGEO Engine
  29. 29. SpagoBI 2.1 – GEO Analysis – EnginesGEO Report Engine
  30. 30. Analytical document types – Composite documentSimple/Skilled users depending ondocuments relationship
  31. 31. Analytical document types – Composite documentStatic Cockpit
  32. 32. Analytical document types – Composite documentDynamic Cockpit
  33. 33. Analytical document types – Composite document The user clicks on Washington state and then each other document is reloaded taking the new parameter as input:
  34. 34. Analytical document types – Composite document The same, if the user click on the table, the charts in the lower part will be refreshed according to the new parameter :
  35. 35. Analytical document types – Composite document Also the last single chart can update other documents, in this case updates the last chart on the right:
  36. 36. Analytical document types – KPISimple users
  37. 37. Analytical document types – KPI
  38. 38. Analytical document types – Query By ExampleSkilled users
  39. 39. Analytical document types – Query By ExampleThe Query By Example aim is to interrogate data without knowing SQL: Data selection Data filtering Data grouping
  40. 40. Analytical document types – Query By Example
  41. 41. Analytical document types – Smart FilterSimple users
  42. 42. Analytical document types – Smart FilterThe Smart Filter aim is to permit to the user to interrogate data through easy fill-in forms: Data selection Data filtering Data grouping
  43. 43. Analytical document types – Smart Filter
  44. 44. Analytical document types – Ananlytical DossierSimple users (directional positions)
  45. 45. Analytical document types – Ananlytical DossierThe Ananlytical Dossier permits collaboration through the company members: Ananlysis shearing Comments shearing Planning
  46. 46. Analytical document types – Ananlytical Dossier
  47. 47. Analytical document types – Office DocumentsSimple users (directional positions)
  48. 48. Analytical document types – Data MiningSkilled users with highanalytical skills
  49. 49. Analytical document types – Data Mining - EngineThe output quality of a mining processcan be investigated using SpagoBIsanalytical engines such as reportingengines
  50. 50. Analytical document types – ETLTechnical users
  51. 51. Analytical document types – ETL
  52. 52. Analytical document types – Monitoring ConsoleSkilled users with good analyticalskills
  53. 53. Analytical document types – Monitoring Console
  54. 54. Cross-PlatformFunctionalities
  55. 55. Cross-platform functionalities Cross-navigation Exporters Send Mail Notes RememberMe (HotLinks) MyFolder Metadata Rank Viewpoints Save parameters setting ….
  56. 56. Cross Navigation
  57. 57. Cross Navigation
  58. 58. ExportersExporting Documents Most of SpagoBI Analytical Documents can be exported in different formats.
  59. 59. Send mailSending E-mails Reports have the possibility to be sent by e-mail. The following form will appear:
  60. 60. Notes
  61. 61. Remember me (Hot Links)Remember Me! Every Analytical Document has the possibility to be saved as Hot Link.
  62. 62. HotLinks Once saved your document will be shown in the Hot Links list!
  63. 63. MyFolderSave in My Personal Folder! The documents you save will be placed in your personal folder.
  64. 64. MetadataDocuments Browser
  65. 65. MetadataThis is how the metadata window looks like!
  66. 66. RankRanking SpagoBI Analytical Documents can be voted by users.
  67. 67. SpagoBI Studio
  68. 68. SpagoBI’s perspective SpagoBI Studio
  69. 69. New Document/Download SpagoBI Studio
  70. 70. Design (Dash or Chart) SpagoBI Studio
  71. 71. Design Report SpagoBI Studio
  72. 72. Design Geo SpagoBI Studio
  73. 73. Design Composite Document SpagoBI Studio
  74. 74. Document deploy Document deploy
  75. 75. SpagoBI StudioFuture avaliable designers: Olap designer Kpi designer Console designer ...
  76. 76. SpagoBI Meta
  77. 77. Technical metadata
  78. 78. Technical metadata Physical Model Through a DB connection it is possible to extract its metadata into a Physical Model Business Model It is a sort of view over the Physical Model, that can be modified by the user in order to create more complex objects to interrogate Roadmap Possibility to write business queries to be used in SpagoBI documents, through the graphical interrogation of the Business Model
  79. 79. SpagoBI SDK
  80. 80. SDK TAGS  To execute SpagoBI documents from a different application, relating a document to a custom menù with or without setting parameters’ values Web Services  To interact with SpagoBI Server and repository from an external application
  81. 81. SpagoBI Applications
  82. 82. SpagoBI ApplicationsAudit & Monitor Load information about the design and usage of your SpagoBI environmentBAM Example over the BAM (business activity monitoring) domain
  83. 83. MonitorA dashboard is composed by a speedometer for each engine showing the average execution time of the documents associated to that particular engine. For each engine, different thresholds are chosen.
  84. 84. Monitor
  85. 85. BAM
  86. 86. Web S ite and Forge
  87. 87. Site & Forgewww.spagoworld.org
  88. 88. Site & Forgewww.spagobi.org
  89. 89. Site & Forge
  90. 90. Site & Forgehttps:/ wiki.s pagobi.org/ / xwiki/ view/ bin/ Main/
  91. 91. Site & Forgehttp:/ www.s pagoworld.org/ / jforum/forums/list.page
  92. 92. Questions & Answers

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