QlikView in the Enterprise

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QlikView in the Enterprise was presented by Martin Tombs in the QlikView in Depth Track at the Business Discovery London event on 22nd November 2011.

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  • Google enterprise architecture funny!
  • With all secure option we are still agile. Independent studies – Warp speed usability matching speed of thought.Both agility and manageability delivering a low TCO provides a truly enterprise class product.I hoped you enjoyed this journey..
  • QlikView in the Enterprise

    1. 1. QlikView in Depth:QlikView in the EnterpriseMartin Tombs
    2. 2. That’s not what I meant by“Enterprise Architecture.”
    3. 3. Agenda• Me• The meaning• The journey• Manageability• Going forward• Q&A
    4. 4. After all its all about me!• Enterprise Architect Mum is proud• 15 Years architecture experience Squeezed• My Wife Imagine my daily life• Zx81 Yes I am that old• Star Trek Dad said!
    5. 5. What is meant by Enterprise• Size• Complexity• Manageability• Secure• Behaviour• All of the above
    6. 6. QlikView Is an Enterprise PlatformEnterprise capabilities • Clustering/failover • Load balancing • Management Console • Publisher performance • Extensions improvements • Collaboration • Load balancing and • Mobile clients • QlikView Publisher clustering improvements • AJAX client • DSC/DSP integration • Management APIs • Single management • QVD files • SNMP monitoring • Custom DSPs console • Alerts • Audit logging • QlikView Management • SAP connectivity • Parallel script loading Services API • 64-bit • Extensions enhancements • Plug-in client • Centralized data • Metadata enhancements QlikView security • AccessPoint redesign Server • Metadata • Document-level auditing • Granular download and export control • Publisher QVD task generation1999 QV4 2003 QV6 2005 QV7 2007 QV8 2009 QV9 2010 QV10 2011 QV11* *Forward looking and subject to change
    7. 7. The journey I am about to take you through…. 000’sNUMBER OF USERS 00’s Enterprise Departmental 0’s Single User DEPLOYMENT TYPE
    8. 8. As simple as it gets for a single user• http://download.qlikview.com
    9. 9. You build your first applicationOLE DB WWW Custom ODBC Files QV Real-Time Plug-in Data warehouses
    10. 10. Architecture Presentation tier Consume QlikView WebServer & Application Collaborate tier Front End QlikView Server Back End Data tier QlikView Publisher
    11. 11. “She canna take much more captain”UP Load Balanced CLUSTERED 2 CPU’s 2 CPU’s QlikView Server 5 GB RAM 5 GB RAM ..... OUT
    12. 12. Case study: Actual departmental deployment • Dev / Test • Applications Data Sources Data warehouses – – CPU Different sources 8 25+ 23 Dashboards – – 12 GB Data 3221 Daily GB RAM – 1B Rows Data 2 Weekly
    13. 13. Case study: Actual departmental deployment • Environment – 600+ Users – Inc. iPad / iPhone – 16 CPU cores – 64 GB RAM
    14. 14. Case study: Actual enterprise deployment • Data sources – 100+ – 62 GB Data • Dashboards – 52 • Publisher Environments – Hourly Dev – Nightly Test • Production Clustered & – 3 QV Servers Load balanced – 5000 users
    15. 15. Mobile
    16. 16. Mobile
    17. 17. Security “ I have never failed “Weintegrate to an to can leverage existing authentication system to date!” security assets”
    18. 18. How does it work? QlikView WebServer User Login Front End QlikView Server Back End QlikView Publisher
    19. 19. How does it work?
    20. 20. Security
    21. 21. Deployment optionsExtranet Internet Virtualisation
    22. 22. Manage / Govern • Servers • Applications • Security • License • Monitor / Audit / Logging
    23. 23. QlikView Enables Both Agility and Governance
    24. 24. QlikView Is an Enterprise Platform The NextEnterprise capabilities • Clustering/failover Generation • Load balancing • Management Console • Publisher performance • Extensions improvements • Collaboration • Load balancing and • Mobile clients • QlikView Publisher clustering improvements • AJAX client • DSC/DSP integration • Management APIs • Single management • QVD files • SNMP monitoring • Custom DSPs console • Alerts • Audit logging • QlikView Management • SAP connectivity • Parallel script loading Services API • 64-bit • Extensions enhancements • Plug-in client • Centralized data • Metadata enhancements QlikView security • AccessPoint redesign Server • Metadata • Document-level auditing • Granular download and export control • Publisher QVD task generation1999 QV4 2003 QV6 2005 QV7 2007 QV8 2009 QV9 2010 QV10 2011 QV11
    25. 25. Questions
    26. 26. Meet the Presenters at Qbar in King George III
    27. 27. Feedback Forms• Please find your feedback forms in the back of your notepads.• Please complete your Feedback Form and hand them in at the registration desk before you leave to receive:• An event bag which contains: – All the event content and whitepapers. – A USB with other collateral and Customer Success Stories – Various QlikTech Goodies Thank you!
    28. 28. Coffee break 15.30 – 16.00 in King George III

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