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Out-of-the-box integrations to get your Chamelix portal up and running

Charting Libraries

Chamelix has pre-built, out-of-the-box integrations with various charting libraries to enable you to visualise your data.

Chamelix supports Google Charts and Chart.js charting libraries to enable you to transform and leverage your data to enable your team to create actionable insights ultimately providing you with long-term competitive advantage.

 

Out-of-the-box charting libraries allow you to:

  • Select chart types from a rich gallery
  • Customise charts to match your desired look and feel
  • Allows for cross-browser compatibility
  • Collect data in real-time with various rules and through various protocols

AWS Redshift Data Warehouse Connectivity

Our team can assist with the set-up of a your data warehouse on Amazon Redshift, which is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud.

Amazon Redshift is a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud. You can start with just a few hundred gigabytes of data and scale to a petabyte or more. This enables you to use your data to acquire new insights for your business and customers.

 

The first step to create a data warehouse is to launch a set of nodes, called an Amazon Redshift cluster. After you provision your cluster, you can upload your data set and then perform data analysis queries. Regardless of the size of the data set, Amazon Redshift offers fast query performance using the same SQL-based tools and business intelligence applications that you use today.

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Single Sign-on (SSO) 

Authentication and Access Control for AWS SSO

Chamelix allows customers to leverage AWS’s Single Sign-on functionality for fine-grained security control across the Chamelix portal.

 

Access to AWS SSO requires credentials that AWS can use to authenticate your requests. Those credentials must have permissions to access AWS resources, such as an AWS SSO application.

 

Authentication to the AWS SSO user portal is controlled by the directory that you have connected to AWS SSO. However, authorization to the AWS accounts that are available to end users from within the user portal is determined by two factors:

  1. Who has been assigned access to those AWS accounts in the AWS SSO console. For more information, see Single Sign-On Access.
  2. What level of permissions have been granted to the end users in the AWS SSO console to allow them the appropriate access to those AWS accounts. For more information, see Permission Sets.

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