Here is a series of enterprise dashboard screenshots from an axio application that lets you monitor the health of the automated services in your enterprise. We start with the executive summary screen where we have an interesting KPI called End User Experience. It seems to be comprised some how of volume, amount and time elements. It would be interesting to see the actual calculations behind this. How does one define and rate an end user experience? It would be some sort of SLA, but this seems very subject to interpretation. The right side of the screen shows a map-based red/green/yellow status view. The bottom of the screen shows the breakdown by function (ATM Network, Bank, Trading, Treasury). There are also graphic thumbnails of the other pages of the application.
This next screenshot is of the service lens page. It shows an overall diagram with the component statuses by color.
Here we see what they call the service tree. It would be suitable for understanding relationships of the service objects in a large organization.
And here is the service map page. It is interesting, but somewhat hard to read in my opinion. A start towards fixing it would be to color the header rows anything but yellow, red or green.
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