Sisense, an analytics platform provider that empowers companies to build and embed analytics into data products, is unveiling the public preview of Compose SDK for Fusion, a flexible development toolkit that gives developers and product leaders tools to embed context-aware analytics in a code-first, scalable, and modular way.
The platform aims to accelerate the development process, reduce maintenance overhead, and save valuable time compared to coding analytics from scratch, according to the company.
“Compose SDK for Fusion accelerates time to value with a modular, flexible, API-first approach built on the foundation of a complete componentized architecture. Today's developers seek greater control and integration that aligns with their unique development practices and CI/CD pipelines. This has ignited a surge in demand for developer-first analytics” said Ayala Michelson, chief product officer at Sisense. “We help developers unleash their creativity, so they can give their customers decision-making confidence through insights when and where they need them.”
Designed for developers, Compose SDK offers the following benefits:
- Dev-first approach: Enables developers to build analytical experiences into their products with intuitive components, in code, while benefiting from robust documentation, detailed examples, and helpful tools.
- Freedom to use existing tech stack: SDK libraries built to work with the tools, frameworks, and development environments already in use.
- Accelerated development time and reduced maintenance burden: Powers faster development with components purpose-built for analytics, including querying, charting, and data exploration.
“As a worldwide leader and innovator of advanced cybersecurity solutions and managed security services, Sophos delivers real-time information sharing on its cloud-native Sophos Central platform to help organizations stay protected against advanced threats with easy-to-manage security tools,” said Russell Humphries, vice president of product management at Sophos. “Sisense Compose SDK for Fusion enables our engineering team to work with greater velocity and efficiency in building customizable Sophos Central dashboard visualizations for users to effortlessly drill into potential threats for analysis.”
Compose SDK for Fusion demo code is now available for developers to preview in Sisense’s GitHub Monorepo.
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