Versatility. Tally is designed to plug-in to any architecture. It is meant to scale for any dataset and keep track of the values you want. It proves to be most useful for static data.
Here a few example data sources that would benefit from Tally integration:
Use Tally from anywhere and from multiple sources. Create a schema and start using!
There is an available C# library to use with the Tally Engine. Reach out to get access
Reach out to get your own local version of the Tally engine. We will help you deploy it for your data needs
Tally is an intermediary service that keeps track of the aggregate information as we insert data. It eliminates the need for lengthy table scans, the bottleneck that requires to keep information consistently organized, and the effort put in to develop analytics dashboards.
You may send an e-mail to Ravi to get your questions answered. Usually, we respond within 48 hours.
You should read the available documentation for the API and the wiki. Both of those will give you an overview about what Tally has to offer
This is currently an alpha-release of Tally. Data is not secured yet, however, each schema is name still unique. Play with creating Tally tables and understanding data to get a feel for the engine. The next release will include login support and roles
Nope. Schema names are assigned on a first-come first serve basis. They are unique to each Tally Table
Yup! For now at least. Push your data and get your aggregates. Enjoy. It's going to make your life so much easier.