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BI vendor Jaspersoft has expanded its software’s support to include pretty much the entire gamut of big data tools available. There might not be much business demand for all these connectors right now, but it’s wise for Jaspersoft to establish its presence in this area early.

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Business intelligence ISV Jaspersoft has expanded its software’s support to include pretty much the entire gamut of big data tools available. Jaspersoft now supports Hadoop, NoSQL (Cassandra, MongoDB, Riak, HBase, CouchDB, Neo4J, Infinispan, VoltDB and Redis), VMware GemFire  and a collection of massively parallel analytic databases (IBM/Netezza, Vertica and EMC Greenplum).There might not be much business demand for all these connectors right now – even leading-edge organizations are just getting started with Hadoop and NoSQL – but it’s wise for Jaspersoft to establish its presence in this area early.

Big data technologies are great for storing unstructured data and running certain types of analysis, but not necessarily for creating business-level insights and reports like what BI tools can do. As more companies adopt big data strategies and look for ways to connect them with their existing analytic processes, Jaspersoft will be there. It won’t be alone, though: In terms of Hadoop support, at least, fellow BI vendor Pentaho is also pushing integration, as is BI stalwart Microstrategy.

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    I’ve heard recently of Hadoop in combination with Jaspersoft. On the fly data analysis of thousands of Terabytes with website data: what visitors click on which add; when and how they succeed on the network of linked websites. They really turn data into dollars; great result without the use of a data warehouse/SQL. A nice example of a successful Big Data project.

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