Why should you consider a Reporting solution, and then how can you select the best one? We answered these questions and more in our latest Telerik Reporting webinar. Check out a recap and catch the recording below.
Whether you participated in, or missed, our recent Progress Telerik Reporting webinar, we hope that you will find this blog post helpful. We’ve provided a brief recap of the highlights along with on demand access to the recording below.
Senior Sales Engineer Richard Zaslaw hosted the “5 Data Reporting Pains Solved with Telerik Report Server” webinar with a live Q & A session at the end. You can watch it below, and we’ve also posted the recording on the our YouTube channel, so you can watch it at your convenience.
See our related blog post: Telerik DevCraft Ultimate: A Flexible Solution for Reporting
We hosted a live Q & A during the final segment of the webinar. Here is a brief recap of some key questions that were covered:
Q: Does Report Server support multi-tenancy?
A: Multi-tenancy is on our long-term roadmap for inclusion in the Report Server. We can’t commit to an availability date at this time, but we’re working hard to bring this feature to you as soon as we can.
Q: How is testing and staging handled with the Report Server?
A: The Report Server license allows you to define your own staging needs. While the license includes only a single production deployment, you may setup development, QA, and pre-deployment instances, as needed, using that license.
Q: Do I need a Client Access License (CAL) for each user that views a Report?
A: You’ll need CAL for each user accessing the Report Server’s interface directly to view or edit Reports. If you also license Telerik Reporting (Developer SDK) and implement a ReportViewer in your integrated application that is connected to the Report Server as a back-end, those viewing reports within your app are considered anonymous users will not need a CAL.
Q: Is it faster to store Report Server data on the file system or in a database?
A: Due to baked-in optimization and indexing, storing the Report Server data in a database is usually faster.
Q: Do you have a roadmap for new features in Report Server?
A: Telerik Report Server - Roadmap
If you have an additional question that was not covered, feel free to tweet us using the hashtag, #HeyTelerik.
As always, THANK YOU to everyone who joined us for the webinar, in person or via the recording.
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Richard Zaslaw is a Senior Sales Engineer in the Progress Developer Tooling division. In his 6+ years with Telerik and Progress, he’s covered the entire portfolio of desktop, web and mobile UI toolkits. Recently, he’s focused efforts on Telerik Reporting and the Telerik Report Server, as well as on Kendo UI. He’s passionate about emerging web and mobile frameworks, such as Angular. In his free time, Richard enjoys exploring his PluralSight subscription, catering to his 18 year old twins, cooking, and his favorite child “Tess” a Boston Terrier.