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New Logi 12.2 Performance Improvements: Deliver Analytics at the Speed of Thought

By Michelle Gardner
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With our latest release of Logi Info, we aimed to make a product that was equally great for end users as it was for application teams and developers. In addition to improved data discovery capabilities, a new shared authoring model, and chart enhancements, Logi 12.2 features productivity improvements for Logi developers.

As product managers look to embed compelling, robust self-service analytics into their applications, these productivity improvements allow developers to rapidly incorporate compelling, robust analytics in any application. They can deliver applications that offer insights at the speed of business.

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Here are just a few of the key performance improvements you can find in Logi 12.2.

Visualization of Logi 12.2's Shared Elements capability


Shared Elements

  • We’ve upgraded our Shared Elements to enable passing of both parameters and elements from the calling definition to the shared definition.
  • That means the same shared element can be used in different places and render different data in each place.
  • Reusing shared elements can lead to significant reductions in development time.


Example of Logi 12.2's Analysis Filter Element that comes with defined UI and modesAnalysis Filter Element

  • The Analysis Filter Element can be used just about anywhere in conjunction with a data layer. This super-element includes a defined UI and modes, and can be customized just like any other super-element
  • Using this element, users can enable filtering very easily in different parts of the application.
  • The UI itself lets the end user create complex filters, but also has a mode where a user can just use filters (i.e. turn filter elements on and off or edit filter values).


DrillExample of Logi 12.2's Drill-To element for drilling into underlying data-To Element

  • Our new Drill-To element allows Logi Studio developers to define the columns that are made available to the user for drilling.
  • This enables users to drill into the underlying data in the chart. And a drill-back button takes the user back to the previously created chart.


ActiveSQL Performance

  • In Logi 12.2, ActiveSQL response times have improved 2x – 10x for grouping and aggregations, allowing you to deliver self-service analytics at the speed of thought. Our query engine optimizations are designed to handle complex aggregations and grouping associated with self-service analysis.
  • We’ve also seen response times improve further with the addition of Logi DataHub.

Graph displaying how ActiveSQL response times have improved 2x – 10x with Logi 12.2

ActiveSQL Support for 1010Data

  • Last but not least, we’ve introduced support for 1010Data under the ActiveSQL framework.
  • 1010Data sources can now be used in the self-service framework to allow end users to easily query and analyze data and author reports and dashboards

Logi 12.2 introduces support for 1010Data under ActiveSQL framework

Watch the on-demand webinar to see all the latest features. You can also read about these and other enhancements in our What’s New document.


Originally published February 14, 2017; updated on August 9th, 2017

About the Author

Michelle Gardner is the Director of Corporate Marketing & Communications at Logi Analytics. She has over a decade of experience writing and editing content, with a specialty in software and technology.