International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research (ISSN 2347-4289)

IJTEEE >> Volume 3 - Issue 6, June 2015 Edition

International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

Website: http://www.ijteee.org

ISSN 2347-4289

Review on Future of Business Intelligence on Cloud

[Full Text]



Krantee Jamdaade, Mohsin Choudhary, Riyaz Gangrekar



Keywords: Cloud BI, Cloud Business Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing.



ABSTRACT: In current era business organizations are striving to get accurate data to make key decision. The popularity of Business Intelligence (BI) is increasing day by day. Business Intelligence (BI) project are developed under strict budget which overshoot most of the time. There is always the need to evolve with the technological advancement. Cloud BI provides a low cost, sensible solution for high cost Business Intelligence projects. Various new cloud models can be integrated with BI which was not possible before. BI when used with cloud will solve problems associated with implementation. The paper provides a review on future of Business Intelligence.



[1] Shimaa Ouf and Mona Nasr, “The Cloud Computing: The Future of BI in the Cloud”

[2] Santosh chandran, “Most Common BI Implementation mistake” , http://www.olympic.co.nz/most-common-bi-implementation-mistakes/ (2015 )

[3] Marinela MIRCEA, Professor Bogdan GHILIC and Professor Marian, "Stoica combining business intelligence with cloud computing to deliver agility in actual economy”.

[4] Yuvraj singh gurjar and Vijay Singh Rathore , "Cloud Business Intelligence – Is What Business Need Today" (IJRTE).

[5] Terry Ginley, “Why do I need a business intelligence solution?”, http://www.socius1.com/why-do-i-need-a-business-intelligence-solution/ (2014)

[6] Final Version of NIST Cloud Computing Definition Published , http://www.nist.gov/itl/csd/cloud-102511.cfm (2011)

[7] Blog, “Types of Cloud Computing: Private, Public and Hybrid Clouds “, http://www.appcore.com/types-cloud-computing-private-public-hybrid-clouds/.

[8] Oracle White paper, “Cloud ready business intelligence with oracle Business Intelligence 11g”.
[9] Mike Ferguson, "Cloud Based BI – Understanding The Options Is the Biggest Barrier" http://intelligentbusiness.biz/wordpress/?p=281

[10] Jayanthi ranjan, "Business Intelligence: Concepts, Components, Techniques and benefites" (Jatit).

[11] Peder, “Customer Rate BI vendors by cost”
http://unilytics.com/customers-rate-bi-vendors-by-cost/ (2013).
[12] Mark Madsen, "Lowering the Cost of Business Intelligence With Open Source A Comparison of Open Source and Traditional Vendor Costs ".

[13] Jason Bowden, "How To Compare Business Intelligence Cloud Costs And Features".http://www.business2community.com/business-intelligence/compare-business-intelligence-cloud-costs-features-01041865 (2014).

[14] ETL Process, http://datawarehouse4u.info/ETL-process.html
Lekha menon and Bhawna Rehani, “Business Intelligence on the Cloud: Overview and Use Cases”

[15] Gartner, “ IT Glossary: Business Intelligence(BI) “