Cube.js vs GoodData: What are the differences?
Cube.js: Open Source Analytics Framework. Cube.js is an analytics layer for modern applications. It supplies building blocks to add analytics features into any application you create. It is designed to work with large-scale data sets and implements various optimization techniques; GoodData: We help businesses monetize big data. Get a closer look at all your business data at the same time so you can gain actionable insight into sales, marketing, customer engagement and more.
Cube.js and GoodData can be categorized as "Business Intelligence" tools.
Some of the features offered by Cube.js are:
- * Rollups orchestration
- * Caching
- * Visualization agnostic
On the other hand, GoodData provides the following key features:
- Track all of your important business data in one place at the same time. Graphs and charts analyze changes in revenue, performance, website traffic, customer activity and more, and match these against your business goals.
- Automatically segment your audiences, products, customer feedback and other important categories related to your business.
- Set indicators to monitor the status of your business goals throughout the quarter. Goal indicators alert you when you’re on target, off pace and when something needs more attention to keep you on track, minimizing potential risks and surprises.
Cube.js is an open source tool with 2.87K GitHub stars and 174 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Cube.js's open source repository on GitHub.