Flexible bi-tool Analytic Workspace runs under the RED OS

OST and RED SOFT, Russian developers, have confirmed compatibility of Analytic Workspace analytical BI platform with the RED OS operating system. The import-independent solution is intended to be used by government agencies, financial sector and other organizations in need of big data.

Analytic Workspace belongs to the self-service bi class and is designed to work with data (analysis and visualization), test hypotheses, and support decision making. The product allows to release the load from IT departments: business users without programming skills can perform quick data exploration and get the first results in less than an hour. It is included in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases (#13135).

RED OS is a Russian Linux family operating system for servers and workstations, which provides a universal environment for the use of application software. The product is certified by FSTEC of Russia (No. 4060 dated January 12, 2019), which confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases (No. 3751).

"High-tech products make it possible to improve and optimize business processes. The expansion of the RED OS ecosystem with such technologies demonstrates that the Russian IT market is ready to provide high-quality import-independent software for a variety of tasks", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, commented.

"Our company prioritizes not only the development of the product functionality itself, but also ensuring that the platform functions on leading domestic operating systems, which provides coverage of the full range of information security issues. We create comfortable conditions for business development, and the wide availability of Analytic Workspace technologies in the RED OS ecosystem shows the value of cooperation between Russian developers", Ildar Raimanov, Director of BI, Analytic Workspace, said.