Jaspersoft on Tuesday released its latest offering aimed at helping businesses make sense of the piles of data they accumulate on a regular basis. The new Jaspersoft Enterprise Edition provides organizations with a package of business analytics and reporting functionalities.
Jaspersoft, creator of the world’s most widely used business intelligence software, today reported significant momentum behind its open source software community, demonstrating strong growth and accelerated adoption of Jaspersoft products.
As city administrators grapple with the notion of tying all their apps into one overarching network, should they be looking to open source as an alternative to apps from vendors? Enterprise-level open source apps exist, and are used both by the federal government and by large corporations. For example, the U.S.
Jaspersoft, maker of the world's most widely used business intelligence software, is moving to expand its business relationships in Australia as it tries to consolidate its position ahead of the competition.
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Black Lab Enterprise Linux 4.2. With this release we bring a lot of new features and functionality to Black Lab Enterprise Linux. In one area that we had to concentrate on was compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as well as CentOS.
Mention big data and the first thing that might come to mind is Hadoop. The open source software framework has recently enjoyed a great deal of popularity among vendors and enterprise users. However, if it is to really be useful to the enterprise, Hadoop may need to be taken out of open source, argues Brian Christian, chief technology officer of Zettaset.
Bringing the latest data analysis technology up to speed with the modern Web, Jaspersoft has announced version 5 of its flagship reporting and analysis platform. Updates include an interface powered by HTML 5, integrated data virtualization and more.
Until recently, few enterprises were using open source software for back office applications, such as enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management. But last month, an IDC survey of Western European companies found that nearly ten percent were using open source enterprise software.