Relationship Analytics and Data Visualization for Time-Critical Decisions


Data plays an important role in an organization's day-to-day operations and time-critical decisions. Growing sets of complex data present many challenges, and are often difficult or impossible to utilize effectively. The combined solution of powerful data visualization technology and efficient object-oriented database systems enables organizations to fully analyze and maximize their data assets.

Tom Sawyer Software, the premier provider of software for building high-performance visualization and analysis applications, is partnering with Objectivity, Inc., the leader in scalable data management and object persistence tools, to show how highly connected network or graph data can be leveraged to address complex data visualization challenges in telecommunications, financial services, and government.

In this webinar, you will learn how the two key technologies — visualization and deep analytics — can be used collaboratively for effective Relationship Analytics. Take advantage of this opportunity to see how you can more efficiently collect, retrieve, and visualize complex data relationships to dramatically enhance decision-making.

Show Users What They're Missing: Handling Scale and Complexity in IP Networks


As the number of managed objects in today’s networks grows, it becomes more and more difficult for operators to evaluate all of the management data they have so they can make well-informed decisions. As an OSS applications developer, your success depends on providing visually appealing applications that can handle large-scale data sources and reduce data complexity.

In this webinar you will learn best practices for showing your customers clear and actionable data by embedding advanced data visualization technology into your applications.

We have more than eighteen years of experience working with the leaders in OSS and BSS, including the "Big Four", innovative new market players, and the largest equipment suppliers. If you are developing network or systems management applications, this is a great opportunity to learn from our experience.