Peer Visual 8.2.5
is now available from VVI, which makes data reporting and visualization software. The update of the application for making dynamic reports, charts, diagrams and other visuals for print and Web distribution is now Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”) compatible. It also adds scalability and other improvements.
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“With a Rack of Xserve computers Mac OS X can now dish out an enormous amount of dynamic and real-time visuals using Peer Visual,” said John Brilhart, chief technical officer of VVI. “Peer Visual 8.2.5 can generate about six million graphics per computer per day, or about a quarter of a billion graphics a day with an industry-standard 42U rack of computers. To make it robust we’ve added launch on demand, fall-over, request forwarding, multiprocessing, multithreading, asynchronous request handling, origin-distribution and continuous autonomous monitoring and restarting.”
That’s in addition to the graphic features and extensibility available through VVI’s VVidget visualization frameworks and user interface building tool. VVidget Tools offers a programming framework for making applications that report data in graph, custom map and textual formats. It includes the interactive layout application, VVidget Builder and prebuilt objects. VVidget Tools accepts real-time data feeds from any source and serves as an information visualization engine for real-time financial analysis, transaction, production and inventory analysis, database systems, Web servers and instrumentation.
Peer Visual can be programmed to make virtually any type of report or visual in real time, Brilhart said. Purchasing info is online.