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Business Intelligence with Cassandra

Apache Cassandra Lunch #31: Business Intelligence with Cassandra

In Apache Cassandra Lunch #31: Business Intelligence with Cassandra, we discuss open-source tools that can be used for BI with Cassandra. The live recording of Cassandra Lunch, which includes a more in-depth discussion and a demo, is also embedded below in case you were not able to attend live. If you would like to attend Apache Cassandra Lunch live, it is hosted every Wednesday at 12 PM EST. Register here now!

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Open Source BI Tools and Cassandra

In this blog, we will cover 3 different open source BI tools that you can use to do SQL and reporting on Apache Cassandra. This blog is part 4 and wraps up our series on “Doing SQL and Reporting on Apache Cassandra with Open Source Tools”. Parts 1-3 will be linked at the end of the blog if you want to check them out as well. Also, a webinar will be embedded below if you want to watch a video version of this blog; as well as, a live demo using one of the tools we discuss!

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Tools To Visualize Data in Cassandra / Datastax

Visualizing data helps companies interpret and analyze massive amounts of data to help them make data-driven decisions. Visualization allows for understanding trends, outliers, and patterns that may not be as obvious in just a table format. Finding the best way to visualize data in Cassandra or DataStax may be time-consuming as there are many tools, commercial and open-source, but not all of them enable connections to Cassandra and/or DataStax. Here are some of the best tools to help users visualize their data in Cassandra or DataStax.

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Utilizing Metabase & Redash

Metabase is an open source business intelligence tool. Redash is an open source tool for teams to query, visualize and collaborate. Both products sound cool but how do you use the two together?

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