Best Practices for Development Architecture in Business Intelligence

June 10, 2019 Jeff Hainsworth

 

In large-scale software development, you need to separate the instability of developers doing work and users viewing content. Specifically, in business intelligence, you need to weigh in the cost and complexity of having separate architecture points.

In this video, we’ll learn about proper development methodology and how it can be applied to a business intelligence tool, we’ll help you understand the concept of an N-Tier Architecture and why it is important, and we’ll also learn best practices when developing business intelligence content.

 

About the Author

Jeff Hainsworth

Jeff Hainsworth is a Senior Solutions Architect at Dundas Data Visualization with over a decade and a half of experience in Business Intelligence. He has a passion for building, coding and everything visual – you know, shiny things! Check out "Off the Charts... with Jeff", his platform for great content on all things analytics, data visualizations, dashboards, and business intelligence. There’s something for everyone!

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