Cloud9 Charts Launches NoSQL Analytics Platform
November 11, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsOAKLAND, Calif. (Nov. 11, 2014) – Cloud9 Charts, a reporting-as-a-service company that simplifies data plumbing, analysis and visualizations from Big Data stores, today unveiled its visual analytics platform for NoSQL databases.
Cloud9 Charts enables native support for querying and visualizing data from NoSQL databases directly without migration or ETL, with insights displayed in easy-to-understand, customizable and embeddable dashboards in minutes.
"There's a fundamental shift in how data is being stored today–companies are increasingly adopting NoSQL databases to complement their traditional databases for large scale data storage," said Jay Gopalakrishnan, founder of Cloud9 Charts. "Analytics from these databases presents a unique set of challenges, one that often results in the ETL of data into a relational database for BI purposes. Our solution enables users to plug in native queries into the underlying source and complement it with a SQL layer on top to visualize and track the data in minutes."
Key features include:
"Cloud9 Charts provides unprecedented real-time insights into our users' activity in an intuitive, innovative and slick way," said Daniel Dreymann, CEO of Mowingo. "Visual analytics of our custom metrics have improved how we strategize core product development and helped our customers launch more effective marketing campaigns. I'm loving it!"
Learn more and schedule a demo at www.cloud9charts.com
About Cloud9 Charts
Cloud9 Charts is a reporting-as-a-service that simplifies data wrangling, analysis and visualizations from Big Data stores. Founded in 2012 to address the growing demands of generating actionable insights from the shifting data storage trends, the company enables Fortune 500 companies to early-stage startups to visualize, analyze and track their business and operational metrics across a variety of data sources, enabling informed business decisions to be made easily. Cloud9 Charts is based in downtown Oakland, California. www.cloud9charts.com