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InfoBurst User Conference Wrap-up and Feedback

On behalf of the InfoBurst team I want to thank the attendees of this year’s InfoBurst User Conference in San Diego. Over six days iB users participated in certification courses, hands-on workshops and a variety of topical seminars. Users came together during the user influence meeting and shared their ideas ...

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A deep dive into the InfoBurst Connectors

Here is a sneak-peek of the InfoBurst® Dashboard Connectors In-Depth talk  to be presented in the Dashboard Data Management, Dashboard Delivery & HTML5 Apps with InfoBurst talk at the InfoBurst User Conference – IBIS 2013. Back when we were taking another look at InfoBurst, we also wanted to take another look at how InfoBurst ...

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Getting more out of InfoBurst with IBShell

Here is a sneak-peek of the InfoBurst® Shell to be presented in the Report Bursting, Scheduling, Delivery & Administration talk at the InfoBurst User Conference – IBIS 2013. Welcome back to the second part of my sneak peak for the my InfoBurst API and Shell talk.  We last talked a little about the InfoBust API ...

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InfoBurst Test Drive – April 19, 2012 – Distribute your BusinessObjects reports easily

UK based SAP BO partner, Blueprint Management Systems, will host a test drive of the latest InfoBurst Enterprise solution at its London HQ on April 19. InfoBurst enables Xcelsius dashboards to handle large amounts of data with fast performance using its powerful XML data caching capability and to deliver those ...

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To Cache or not to Cache – Boosting performance in Xcelsius Tech Tip

I was recently asked this question on how best to handle a 13 month dataset when in the dashboard the goal is to only display monthly detail and summary data.  This is a good question and in my opinion worth sharing here because it is dealing with boosting Xcelsius backend ...

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Improving Xcelsius Performance and Scalability with InfoBurst the “Fresh and Easy” Way

I love those commercials for “Fresh and Easy” supermarkets where they use actual customers to talk about their products and explain they do this to save money on expensive actors and actresses and pass on those savings to help keep their products at such great prices. Now, this may or ...

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