Even though I left Webtrends well over 6 months ago, I still regularly talk to a number of my cohorts there. I also still talk to a number of customers who I became friends with over my years with the company. I was contacted recently by a couple of those contacts asking if the posts I made or the SDK I helped put together were still available. I went to searching and I found the following blog entries that I had put together while at Webtrends. In addition I did find a link to the Webtrends DX .NET SDK. I however would check with someone at Webtrends as to if it is supported or has been kept up to date. Either way, it provides a great resource for a starting point in accessing the Webtrends DX RESTful APIs.
I had a great conversation the other night while at the Seattle Web Analytics Wednesday (#waw) with Carlos (@inflatemouse) and a dozen others. @inflatemouse brought up the idea that an analytics provider using the cloud, increases or at least possibly increases the risk of security breach to the data. This is, after all a valid point, but because of the inherent way web analytics works this is and is not a concern.
Web Analytics is Inherently Insecure