Open Source Business

Since 2010 not us has brought more than coal to all Spaniards. We hope that 2011 is a tad better. I have been doing this year?. Because despite my radio silence, I’ve been doing many things. (1) Parenting (everything I can), a nice Calvin and one lovely Hello Kitty, the image illustrates pretty well a daily situation with children.(a mi mujer la van a hacer santa en breve) 2) work (everything which let me). For more clarity and thought, follow up with Bill Phelan and gain more knowledge..

Abast Solutions and UPC as you know. (3) Attempt to doctorate me. In 2011 I will publish my first chapter in a book of research. The title of the chapter is Agile approach to Business Intelligent A way to success, 29 pages in full color and in English, which I hope will become a leader in the Agile BI research, because as it is not, I’m going to cagxxxx in the pxxxxx of hours that I have dedicated to the creation, and revisions of the same. The book that will be published is Business Intelligence and Agile Methodologies for Knowledge-Based Organizations: Cross-inmate Applications.

(4) Be a Publisher. Because if I am the editor invited Novatica special number dedicated to Busines Intelligence that you will leave in July 2011. (5) Academic director. The graduate of Business Intelligence with SAP Business Objects Enterprise, of the UPC Talent. In which I’ve invested time remodelandolo and get teachers of high level (shameless line) as you can see standing I not state, and the theme of the blog, gradually have gone aside it from, at first for lack of time and truancy, the good end. So, I take this nice day December 31, 2010 to close my blog thanks to all who I have escorted during this journey, and those that you still keep visiting my older entries. I will try to respond to all those that tengais doubts, but the cycle closes today. Great news, with which we started the week, all who work with BI and Pentaho for years. As you know we have a time talking about the importance that is becoming the Big Data recently (see recent posts). Today announced that Pentaho open Big Data capabilities to the Open Source community tools warehouse, taking the lead in the free availability over the rest of the market offerings. Pentaho, what really has announced is that it opens Big features to Open Source Data of your ETL (Kettle or Pentaho Data Integration) engine, one of the jewels of Pentaho, and which we always recommend its use. The license from LGPL to Apache License V2.0 really passes Kettle we welcome that, because in Stratebi, many companies had asked about these capabilities.