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Open Source MOLAP Server Palo Launches SuccessfullyTechnical Preview II available now (February 14, 2006)
Tensegrity software, based in Cologne, Germany, will offer an object based Java interface, together with the Palo integration into Eclipse (www.jpalo.com). Also at CeBIT, Cubeware will present the Palo integration for their OLAP based analysis and connectivity products, Cubeware Cockpit and Cubeware Importer. This means that a capacious front end is available for analysis, planning, and reporting, and a powerful ETL tool for SAP, Oracle or SQL server.
The major part of Palo downloads is currently started by users based in France, Germany and the U.S., followed by Spain and the U.K. Major companies and organisations are in the process of evaluating Palo. "Palo is currently being used for testing purposes by Quelle GmbH. Results are very positive so far. As we use Open Source technology to an increasing degree (e.g. PHP, Apache, Wikipedia), an Open Source OLAP tool is a very interesting product to Quelle GmbH, especially since in the near future Palo will be available together with Worksheet-Server," says Richard Vizethum, Director Information Management ERP at Quelle GmbH in Fürth, Germany.
Jedox GmbH, based in Freiburg, is a leading supplier of enterprise solutions for MS Excel. The company also sponsors the development of the Open Source OLAP Database Palo. More information about Jedox is available at www.jedox.com.
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