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Friday, June 13, 2014

Tren masa depan untuk Analisa Tools

Trends Driving the Future of Analytics

Posted by  Jen Underwood   in  ,     1 month ago     1 Comment  

Another sleepless night in San Jose, California without my beloved Diet Mountain Dew until tomorrow morning… Seems like a perfect time to share a few thoughts on awesome future analytics industry trends that I am monitoring. As I continue to grow and stretch domain knowledge across numerous vendors, I am also being pulled more and more towards futures analysis.
Reviewing futuristic innovations as an engineer at heart is incredibly fun, interesting and also requires expert alerting, filtering and skimming through massive industry, social and media noise to find golden nuggets. When you do find a fascinating innovation in infancy, the commercial applications for it may not be obvious. This is where you need to be creative visually yet remain totally practical “guestimating” what abstract concepts may become viable, commercial applications and what might fail. Two of my favorite “tech futures” thought leaders so far are Daniel Burrus and Ray Wang.
Here are few future technology trends that I feel will significantly influence analytics application designs soon if they have not already begun to do so.
- Embedded Analytics (already prevalent today and simply growing)
- Cognitive BI (the IBM-Watson effect, Siri, Natural Query, etc.)
- Automation of BI and Analytics
- Hyper-Individual Experiences
- Marketplaces
- Cloud (also widespread today and growing rapidly)
Let’s take a peek at a few of these trends starting with Cognitive BI and Automation. In future articles I will dig into a few others.

Cognitive BI and Automation

Cognitive systems in general will transform how organizations think, act, and operate in the future. “Smart machine models” will be designed to analyze unstructured data, video, images and human language via artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms. A few players in this space include IBM, Data RPM, AlchemyAPI, Digital Reasoning, Highspot, Lumiata, Narrative Science, Cortica, Ersatz, Semantria, Numenta and nViso. GigaOM does a lovely job covering bleeding edge vendors like these.
The feature image above showcases Digital Reasoning’s Synthesis cognitive systems technical solution architecture design that is already being implemented by early adopters. You can see big data, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence and even a little Tableau sprinkled in. As a Tableau fan, I’d totally love to hear/see a joint Digital Reasoning and Tableau session – hint hint if Ellie, Thierry, Sean or anyone over there reads my blog.
We are already seeing cognitive technology in the BI world with Watson Discovery Advisor, Analytics (Project Neo) and Explorer, Oracle Endeca, Data RPM, Targit, Power BI Q&A and other analytics systems using natural language queries to automate information discovery and reporting. What this means…users on big data systems will no longer be limited to querying information stored in predefined views, tagged semantic models or static data models. Data is being accessed via automated indexing – think Google search for BI apps/reports.
IBM Watson forever changed the technology world and how data can be used to uncover valuable insights. IBM’s Watson is an artificially intelligent computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural human language. Extensive research with regards to text mining and human language context was led by David Ferrucci and a joint team of IBM and major university research groups. The project was inspired in a restaurant where the show Jeopardy was playing the background. A few years later, Watson was featured on Jeopardy and won against the top players in the world. I will never forget that special day back in 2011 or the amazing behind-the-scenes television program IBM made sharing their Watson research journey, failures and successes. To build Watson, IBM used virtual teams and virtual reality meetings to get the best talent on the planet involved in that project.
Watson is significant because its advanced natural language processing can understand the complexities of unstructured data, that account for ~80 percent of the data in the world today – without tagging or modeling. It uses data science techniques to automatically generate hypothesis and evaluate a panel of responses based on relevant evidence. Essentially Watson is employing dynamic learning techniques, a little like neural network per se, that allows it to continue getting smarter based on outcomes with each iteration and interaction. Looking ahead, IBM is enhancing it to include foresight, planning, perception and extrapolation. That is truly mind exploding with regards to technological advancement. If this fascinates you, take a look at the IBM paper calledThe Era of Cognitive Systems: An Inside Look at IBM Watson and How it Works.
Another really cool aspect of is this particular project is the Watson Question and Answer API (QAAPI) for developers. App or BI developers can integrate Watson capabilities, as a service, through the use of a REST API. IBM is not at all the only player with this technology but I feel that they are the market leader.
Taking Cognitive BI one step further, a company called nViso is transforming facial imaging, human non-verbal signals and emotional responses into insight. This nifty innovation will be used for measuring customer satisfaction and a plethora of other applications. Oh boy, the fun we are going to have making silly faces at cameras in the real world to toy with this one, confuse marketers or express our dissatisfaction more colorfully than ever before!

More Automation

A former Microsoft peer of mine recently left the BI world for fear of automation. At first I thought he was overly paranoid but now I am beginning to see what he sees. There are increasingly more aspects of analytics applications being automated or simplified with technologies like Watson and Data RPM. I also saw something from esteemed Industry Analyst Neil Raden on Twitter about Microstrategy and automation – dying to know what Microstrategy is doing in this area.
As technology continues to improve and shifts to the cloud, the BI and analytics world will continue to evolve. There are already less data model building jobs and more what does the data actually mean jobs today. I forecast that trend to continue. I don’t know where ETL stands down the road. I am seeing ETL automation tools just like predictive automation and reporting automation with Q&A but I do remain a bit skeptical. Viable automation of BI does feel to be a few years out from becoming a reality. However, I am getting less skeptical over time and wondering what will be next, curiously exploring what is happening in the wonderful world of technology.

myPBX untuk Hotel

Berikut adalah solusi implementasi myPBX untuk Hotel

Note: Now only MyPBX U100/U200 support hotel module addon. MyPBX U300/U500/U510/U520 will support in next firmware version.
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Integrasikan Lync dengan myPBX sebagai SIP Gateway

Sekarang ini makin banyak pengguna Microsoft Lync untuk lingkungan perusahaannya.

Dan seringkali yang menjadi kendala adalah mengintegrasikannnya dengan existing PABX. Berikut solusinya dengan menggunakan myPBX

MyPBX as SIP Gateway for Lync/OCS Server

Microsoft Lync Server (previously Microsoft Office Communications Server) is an enterprise real-time 
communications server, providing the infrastructure for enterprise instant messaging, presence, file transfer, peer-to-peer and multiparty voice and video calling, and structured conferences (audio, video and web).
After integrated with Lync Server/OCS, MyPBX are able to conduct mutual internal communication with the server. Lync Server's users will have access to the routes of MyPBX, which makes MyPBX work as a sip gateway.

  Integration of Lync 2013 and MyPBX

  Integration of Lync 2010 and MyPBX

  Integration of OCS 2007 and MyPBX
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IPPBX untuk remote office / cabang Anda.

Pusing dengan expansi cabang, tetapi ingin menekan cost biaya komunikasi dan PABX yang dipasang ?

Gunakan myPBX untuk remote office Anda.

Remote Office Solution
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MyPBX provide seamless communications between sites. Enjoy the benefits of extension to extension calls via your data network, extending your available resources across your multiple locations.


  1)How to intercommunication between two MyPBX via VoIP Trunking mode 

  2)How to intercommunication between two MyPBX via VoIP Trunk mode
  3)How to intercommunication among three MyPBX via VoIP Trunking mode
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Integrasikan IPPBX myPBX dengan PABX existing

Seringkali PABX yang telah pasang di kantor memiliki keterbatasan kapasitas, sedangkan kita ingin sekali menggunakan fitur dari IPPBX. Untuk itulah sering dilakukan integrasi antara MyPBX dengan PABX lain, seperti PANASONIC, AVAYA, NORTEL, hingga CISCO SYSTEM.

Combine MyPBX with exist PABX
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If already existed a traditional PBX in your office, how can you add more PSTN lines/extensions or use VOIP solution in the exist solution?
MyPBX will give you a favor, which can combine with exist PBX solution as below structure.



  How to Combine MyPBX with exist PABX 
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Operator Panel dengan myIPPBX

Sebagai salah satu produk IPPBX, myIPPBX memiliki banyak fitur menarik, Diantaranya adalah eFON yang digunakan untuk memonitor incoming dan outgoing, transfer.

eFon - Operator Panel
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eFon Operator Panel is a professional client for operators. Operators can pick up incoming calls, put them on/off hold, initiate attended transfers, make inside or outside line calls, etc.


  1)Program download 

  2)User Manual
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Penetration test dengan mudah, gunakan SecurityManager Plus

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Network Security Scanner & Patch Management Software

What is Security Manager Plus?

Security Manager Plus is a network security scanner that proactively reports on network vulnerabilities and helps to remediate them and ensure compliance. With vulnerability scanning , open ports detection , patch management , Windows file/folder/registry change management andvulnerability reporting capabilities, Security Manager Plus protects the network from security threats and malicious attacks.

What problems does Security Manager Plus solve?

Security Manager Plus provides detailed inventory of the network assets, assesses network vulnerabilities and identifies devices that are exposed. By deploying missing patches/updates and service packs, Security Manager Plus automatically remediates some open threats to the systems. Security Mananger Plus also provides solutions to mitigate risks and secure IT environment and generates comprehensive audit reports for compliance and understanding.

What features does Security Manager Plus offer?

Vulnerability Scanning , Open Ports Detection , Hardware / Software Inventories , Patch Management , Windows Change Management , Audit Reports , PCI DSS Compliance Reporting

Who can use Security Manager Plus ?

Security Manager Plus is an enterprise class software and can be used by :
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Small, medium and large enterprises of different verticals with an eye to secure their network infrastructure
  • Independent Security Consultants
Consultants who are engaged by organizations to offer advice & other security services
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What platforms/vendors/technologies does Security Manager Plus support?

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What are the various Editions of Security Manager Plus?

Standard Edition

Security Manager Plus Standard Edition has
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  • Linux patch management
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  • Manage over internet

Professional Edition

Security Manager Plus Professional Edition has
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  • Network vulnerability scanning & reporting
  • Windows file & registry change management
  • PCI DSS Compliance reporting

Dimana PRTG menyimpan datanya?

Salah satu keunikan dari PRTG adalah sistem ini tidak menggunakan database. Sistem ini menggunakan raw file.

How PRTG Network Monitor Stores its Data

PRTG Network Monitor writes data to several locations:
  • Into the program directory (core installation)
  • Into the data folder (monitoring configuration, monitoring data, logs, etc.)
  • Into the registry (license key, admin login, IP settings, etc.)

Program Directory

By default, PRTG's setup program stores the core installation in one of the following directories:
%programfiles%\PRTG Network Monitor
%programfiles(x86)%\PRTG Network Monitor
Tip: To directly open an Explorer Window showing the respective folder, click on "Run..." in the Windows Start Menu (shortcut Windows+R), paste the path above into the "Open:" field and click "OK".
However, the default setting can be changed during setup. To find the right path for your PRTG installation, please look it up in the Properties of your Start Menu's PRTG icons.

Data Folder

The default setting of the data folder depends on the PRTG Network Monitor version you are using (deprecated versions 7/8, or version 9 and later), as well as on your Windows version. The paths are also different if you have upgraded from a deprecated version 7/8 versus installed a new version 9 and later.
The default data folder is located as follows, depending on your Windows version:
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows 8, Windows 2012:
%programdata%\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor
Windows XP, Windows 2003:
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application data\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor
Tip: To directly open an Explorer Window showing the respective folder, click on "Run..." in the Windows Start Menu (shortcut Windows+R), paste the path above into the "Open:" field and click "OK".
Note: Depending on the language and version of your Windows installation you might need to translate the substring Application data into your Windows installation's language (for example Anwendungsdaten for some German Windows versions).
However, the default setting can be changed. To find the right path for your PRTG installation, please go the PRTG Server Administrator and look up the path in theCore Server tab. You can also change the path there.

Note: For the deprecated PRTG versions 7 and 8, the paths are the following:
PRTG 7 (deprecated):
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application data\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor\V7
PRTG 8 (deprecated):
%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application data\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor\V8

Files and Sub Folders in the Data Folder

The following files and folders are stored in the file system:
FileDescriptionFile Format
Log Database.dbOnly versions before 8.2: Database with the recent event history for the whole system; "Logs" in the web interface. New entries stored in Log Database sub folder.Deprecated: SQLite 3.6.10
PRTG Configuration.datMonitoring configuration (i.e. probes, groups, devices, sensors, users, maps, reports, etc.)XML
PRTG Configuration.oldBackup of previous version of monitoring configurationXML
PRTG Graph Data Cache.datPrecalculated data for the graphs throughout the web interface (if missing, this file is automatically recalculated from the files in the "monitoring database")Proprietary
ToDo Database.dbOnly versions before 8.2: Database with all ToDo entries; "ToDos" in the web interface. New entries stored in ToDo Database sub folderDeprecated: SQLite 3.6.10
FolderDescriptionFile Format
\Configuration Auto-BackupsBackup versions of PRTG Configuration.datZIP / XML
\Log DatabaseDatabase with the recent event history for the whole system; "Logs" in the web interfaceRaw data format (.db)
\Logs (Debug)Text file based logs of the core and probe systemText
\Logs (Sensors)Text file based debug logs of the sensors (files named after the ID of a sensor; logs are written only if activated in a sensor's settings)Text
\Logs (System)Text file based logs of the core, probe, and cluster system, the Enterprise Console, and result files for certain sensorsText
\Logs (Web Server)HTTP server log files of PRTG's web serverStandard web server log format
\Monitoring DatabaseResults of all monitoring requests for all sensors (required for historic reports)Proprietary
\Report PDFsOlder PDF reports stored in the file systemAdobe PDF
\Screenshots (Fullpage Sensor)Screen shots stored by the PhantomJS browser engine of the HTTP Full Web Page SensorJPG (in sub folders)
\StreamLogData log files for Packet Sniffer and xFlow (NetFlow, sFlow) sensors (only available if activated in sensor settings)CSV
\Support DataWhen using the Send Logs to Paesslerfunctionality, log file data will be collected and compressed into a ZIP file. These files are stored in this folder.LOG / TXT / ZIP
\ToDo DatabaseDatabase with all ToDo entries; "ToDos" in the web interfaceRaw data format (.db)
\Toplist DatabaseDatabase for historic Toplists for Packet Sniffer and xFlow (NetFlow, sFlow) sensorsRaw data format (.top);
Deprecated: SQLite 3.6.10 (.dat)


All system settings (except license keys and Enterprise Console settings) of PRTG Network Monitor are stored in the registry under one of the following nodes. The exact location depends on both the kind of system you're running and the installed PRTG version (or which version was installed previously).

32 Bit Systems:

PRTG 9 or later:
PRTG 7 (deprecated):
PRTG 8 (deprecated):

64 Bit Systems:

PRTG 9 or later:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor\V7
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor\V8

Enterprise Console (PRTG 9 or later)

All settings of the Enterprise Console are stored under the following node:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Paessler\PRTG Network Monitor\WinGUI
For example, you will find all configured PRTG core servers there.

Monitor Custom Query dgn SQLDBManager Plus

SQLDBManager Plus provides the ability to monitor any Custom SQL Query of an Microsoft SQL Database. With this, a DBA can monitor additional performance metrics, monitor critical database tables and even expose Business Metrics to Line of Business Managers. Some of the key performance metrics monitored using Custom Query ability are:
  • Execution Time
  • Query Output
  • Health
  • Configure Alarms
SQL Server Database Custom Query Monitoring
SQLDBManager Plus allows the DBA to enter specific query for which he/she would like to monitor the performance of the database or the server itself which is not natively supported by the SQL Server. For example, lets say the DBA has a query to monitor the CPU statistics of the SQL Server which is not natively supported by the SQL Server itself. Using Custom Query monitoring feature, the DBA can now execute this query and get relevant information for the metric. He/she can also configure the metric using a threshold value. If the CPU utilization exceeds over a certain threshold, he/she can assign an action which will automatically alleviate the issue.DBA can also include more Primary Keys to the custom query which is being executed.