Version 6.2.2 is the latest release for the Panopticon 6 data visualization suite and offers clients enhanced visual data discovery capabilities that make it especially suitable for Capital Markets customers.
Panopticon Software, the leading provider of visual data discovery and analysis software for real-time, CEP and historical time series data, today announced it has released Panopticon 6.2.2, the latest version of its popular data visualization software suite. As with previous releases, Panopticon 6.2.2 supports Windows and Java IT environments for enterprise deployment and also allows clients to publish interactive HTML5 dashboards to desktop and mobile devices and to embed Panopticon dashboards into their own applications.
Panopticon incorporates the ability to visualize data from true real-time streaming sources, including message queues, CEP engines, real time databases, and tick history stores as well as federate data from multiple sources, including standard relational databases, OData producers, other web services, and flat files.
Panopticon 6.2.2 incorporates a number of advancements, including:
Panopticon 6.2.2 supports two major deployment options:
Ludvig Sandman, Panopticon’s Chief Architect, stated, “We have invested a lot of R&D time into improving the underlying architecture of the system in order to speed things up for users as well as make new data connectivity possible. As always, we also added several important new features in the 6.2.2 release, including new real-time streaming functions for clients who wish to embed our visual analysis tools into their own Java applications.”
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