Dashboard in Saiku EE 3.2

For a long time people have asked us about the ability to display multiple reports within Saiku and create dashboards for users to consume their data. In Saiku EE 3.2 we have released our first version of the Saiku Dashboard Designer. This allows users to create dashboards using standard Saiku reports and publish them within the Saiku server for users to open and interact with.

One of the key things about Saiku is the fact we want to make users lives as easy as possible. As such you don't need to know any HTML or Javascript to create Saiku dashboards, they are drag and drop based, and easy for non technical users to build. They are also parameterizable. Of course you don't always want fixed data in your dashboards, and because of that you can build out complex filters within the Saiku query interface and attach those filters to Saiku dashboards when you are designing them. Our dashboards also run over the top of the NOSQL datasources we support, so whether you are running over SQL, Mongo or Hadoop, you can create great looking dashboards with a few clicks of a mouse button.

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