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Highlights from the 2019 Logi Conference

By Jenna Ward
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It’s a wrap! On October 22-23, hundreds of Logi users convened in Washington, DC for two full days of new product announcements, demos, networking, training, and parties. Attendees gained actionable insights on how to better leverage the Logi platform and heard from various customers on how their analytics-driven applications are providing value to end users.

In our post-conference survey, nearly all respondents found the conference worthwhile and 93 percent learned something new that will improve a current project.

>> Related: View the 2019 Logi Conference Slides <<

Here are a few highlights from the conference:

10 Solutions from the Expert-on-Demand Team

A crowd favorite, the 10 Solutions from the Expert-on-Demand team showcased features including MapHilight, Slidein, D3, and Frames. Left Brain Analytics shared a live demo of an application they built using these shared elements. The entire presentation can be downloaded here.

Operational Reporting with JReport

Two of our most highly attended sessions surrounded Logi’s expanded capabilities after acquiring JReport. We took a deep dive into the possibilities of pixel-perfect and banded operational reporting, and highlighted various use cases with complex business requirements where JReport enabled reporting with precision and scale.

Embedded Data Exploration with Zoomdata

Another popular session was an Introduction to Zoomdata from Logi Analytics, the world’s fastest analytics platform for interacting with big data, live streaming data, and multisource data. We discussed self-service data exploration, ROI on modern platforms, analyzing real-time data, and data sharpening for really big data. We also explored features that satisfy the most demanding embedded needs.

Building a Highly Performant Application

A very popular session from our Deployment track explored the world of web application performance in the context of analytic applications. Attendees learned philosophies and strategies for monitoring everything, including basic questions to ask and key metrics to identify.

The Latest in Logi

In addition to our latest products, presenters demonstrated the latest and greatest in Logi Info and Logi Predict. New features in Info include enhancements to the analysis grid, updates to metadata, and a new approach to content management.

Did you miss the conference? View the presentation slides here >

Originally published November 7, 2019

About the Author

Jenna Ward is the Event Campaign Manager at Logi Analytics, where she coordinates all tradeshows and events including Logi's annual User Conference in Washington, D.C.