According to a new press release, “AtScale, the data warehouse virtualization company, today announced the release of AtScale 2019.1. The platform update introduces native multi-dimensional support for Microsoft Power BI, data warehouse platform support for Teradata and PostgreSQL, a software development kit (SDK) for accelerated on-boarding of enterprise data platforms including Oracle and advanced query and security capabilities. Following an unprecedented sales quarter, with more than 125% in new business growth, AtScale is firmly establishing itself as the de facto leader for operational and business analytics. ‘There is incredible momentum behind AtScale and our approach to enterprise data warehouse modernization,’ said Chris Lynch, Executive Chairman, and CEO, AtScale. ‘Our continuous innovation is unrivaled and is squarely aimed at empowering the Global 2000 to boldly modernize their architectures and future-proof their investments while gaining a single view of analytical data via any business intelligence or artificial intelligence application’.”
The release continues, “Following recent innovations announced in Q1 2019, including AtScale’s integration with Snowflake’s cloud-built data warehouse, AtScale 2019.1 further enables enterprises to modernize operational analytics and business intelligence data across on-premise, hybrid-cloud and multi-cloud deployments. Major capabilities available through AtScale 2019.1 include: (1) Native Multidimensional Support for Microsoft Power BI and Excel. Includes full MDX and multidimensional support beyond SQL through an updated live connection to Microsoft Power BI. With full multidimensional support integrating AtScale’s Universal Semantic Layer™ in Power BI, enterprises can take advantage of Power BI’s extensive time-intelligence functionality, freeing business users from having to continuously re-define business logic in Power BI… (2) Accelerated data platform migration with AtScale’s Data Platform SDK. Allows enterprise teams and partners to easily add support for new data platforms and extend coverage for native platform capabilities.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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