Michael Tarallo, Pentaho Pre-Sales Director - michaeltarallo.blogspot.com, gave a demonstration on how to use the Google Visualization API with Action Sequences.
This presentation goes way beyond the Google Visualization API and is an excellent tutorial for anyone using or interested in using the power of the xaction in their BI solutions. Mike also presents integrating xactions with Reporting 3.6, CDF and dashboards
There are many times on a sales call when I am asked, "How does Pentaho integrate with other 'packages'?". Now 'integrate' and 'packages' can mean a number of different things. It can cover anything in the realm of application frameworks, extension points, plug-in architectures, data access, data integration, content delivery, distribution, ETL, SOAs, APIs, portals, etc. However, upon narrowing it down, a common request is one where a developer wants to know how Pentaho can use other 3rd party visualizations. Those visualizations that are provided by a number of vendors, both open source and proprietary.
Join this Technical WebEx, to see how I use Pentaho and and the Google Visualization API to create enhanced interactive visuals that can be easily added to a Pentaho Dashboard using the Pentaho Dashboard Designer.
Just another example of the power and flexibility of the Pentaho BI Platform. With Pentaho you are not only able to provide point solutions for the here and now problems..., you are able to evolve with it to also meet your future needs.
- Taking a quick Look at the Visualizations available in the Google Visualizations Gallery
- Discovering the an Action Sequence and what it could do
- Understanding Inputs and variables
- Using the object in the Dashboard Designer
The recording is now available on the WebEx service site. Click the link below to download or play it:
Pentaho Community Techncal WebEx - Pentaho and the Google Visualization API-20100217 1504-2
Wednesday, February 17, 2010 10:04 am New York (Eastern Time, GMT-05:00)
1 Hour 6 Minutes
Mike's Blog - How To's and general BI knowledge
The Blog post that inspired this presentation http://michaeltarallo.blogspot.com/2009/06/pentaho-and-google-visualization-api.html
The WebEx that was referenced during the presentation while talking about reporting and security http://wiki.pentaho.com/display/COM/February+3%2C+2010+-+Pentaho+Reporting+3.6+overview+and+demo