OLAP Data Cube Dashboard Sample
View our OLAP data Dashboard example to see how Dundas displays the information from your data warehouse in a simple, concise way. To understand the powerful capabilities that Dundas offers, try dropping metrics and dimensions onto the grid or chart in the Analysis tab.
Dundas In Action
Dundas provides a connection to various OLAP data sources, such as SQL Server Analysis Services (both Multidimensional and Tabular model), SAP NetWeaver BW, Oracle Hyperion Essbase and Microsoft PowerPivot. The connection can be easily configured to allow different security permissions for users, ensuring each user can only access the data he or she is allowed to see.
When connecting to analytical data sources, Dundas allows you to easily create both performance and analytical dashboards without writing any complex query, as the queries will simply be generated for you. Developers can also create new metrics that rely on existing data sources without any data structural change, and can even inject custom MDX statements.
Analytical dashboards allow users to easily perform ad-hoc analysis and discover new trends. You can use a set of predefined reports, or create new ones. You can also save reports for future use and share with other people in your organization. Specifically, for SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), you can also leverage KPIs and actions that are already defined in your SSAS model.
Performance dashboards allow you to view your data using advanced data visualization controls. The dashboard can be created with more than one data source including your OLAP Cubes/Tabular Data. Dundas Dashboards allow you to mix up numerous data sources and create visualizations with them in the same dashboard, or even the same control.