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Product Spotlight: Datawatch Desktop 12.4


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Ben PlummerBen Plummer,
Chief Marketing Officer & Senior Vice President,
Strategic Alliances

The data visualization market is undergoing some major changes. These changes are being driven by major trends in the industry like big data, a whole new series of use cases, as well as the Internet of Things, which is changing the way companies want to use operational analytics to manage their business. These changes are shaking the foundations of many visualization tools and creating a new set of requirements that these tools need to meet. At Datawatch, we’ve found a better way to do visualization.

Datawatch
Datawatch Desktop 12.4

The data visualization market is undergoing some major changes. These changes are being driven by major trends in the industry like big data, a whole new series of use cases, as well as the Internet of Things, which is changing the way companies want to use operational analytics to manage their business. These changes are shaking the foundations of many visualization tools and creating a new set of requirements that these tools need to meet. At Datawatch, we’ve found a better way to do visualization.

These “traditional” tools are primarily focused on the use of structured data to build their data visualizations. This type of data includes Excel or personal data sets, relational data, as well as multidimensional data sets. While these were at one point very good ways to approach this problem, things have changed.

First and foremost, the data horizon that most organizations want and need to use now includes features like multi-structured data driven by things such as NoSQL databases, as well as the use of content in analytics which includes data like PDF files, reports, and even log files. Additionally, with the advent of the Internet of Things, a whole new class of in-motion data has come into play. In-motion data includes message queues, tick databases and other streaming data sources.

Datawatch meets the needs of this new data horizon—or next generation of analytics—in a whole new way by providing a complete visualization platform that includes the ability to acquire, prepare, automate and manage all the data and application requirements to produce your visualization.

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