We are glad to announce that DBeaver has supported InterSystems IRIS out-of-the-box since version 7.2.4. You don't need to configure it manually anymore, just find the IRIS icon in the Connections list.
See how cubes are constructed for use in business intelligence, and learn about SQL and MDX query languages. Physical and virtual cubes are used in InterSystems IRIS® Business Intelligence and Adaptive Analytics:
A permanent job opportunity has arisen for a Caché/Ensemble /Iris developer with at least 2 years experience. My client is a specialist resource provisioner of developers for high profile clients in the finance, healthcare, retail, distribution and credit business that are mainly based in central London. My client is looking for a highly-motivated individual who thrives in an environment where problems are open-ended.
We have received quite a lot of interest in using SQL on FHIR data. As you know, FHIR data is encoded in the form of a complex directed graph, and thus you can not easily query it with traditional SQL queries or business intelligence tools. Some customers have noticed that the "FHIR search tables" in IRIS for Health have flattened part of the FHIR graph, and have tried to use them for analytics. This is an undocumented and unsupported part of IRIS for Health, and can change without notice.
I would like to offer my services as an Intersystems Professional and am available to work on projects.
I have more than a decade experience into Intersystems stack of technologies including IRIS, Ensemble, Healthshare, Healthconnect, Cache Objectscript, Mumps, Zen, Analytics etc. with companies spread over US and UK involved in multiple domains.
In my previous articles, one of the most exciting things about FHIR that I mentioned it's the wide range of possibilities that we have and not only for creating something but the ways to achieve this goal.
As part of our continuous efforts to expand and improve the InterSystems IRIS Data Platform, we’ve set up a brief survey around SQL monitoring. Your feedback will help us in designing and developing the right tools for the job and improve the platform’s overall ease-of-use. Please use the link below to access the survey, which should only take around 5 minutes to complete.
In this first installment of InterSystems IRIS 2020.1 Tech Talks, we put the spotlight on data science, machine learning (ML), and analytics. InterSystems IntegratedMLTM brings automated machine learning to SQL developers. We'll show you how this technology supports feature engineering and chooses the most appropriate ML model for your data, all from the comfort of a SQL interface. We'll also talk about what's new in our open analytics offerings. Finally, we'll share some big news about InterSystems Reports, our "pixel-perfect" reporting option. See how you can now generate beautiful reports and export to PDF, Excel, or HTML.