Develop custom KPIs using the Policy Monitoring JobFramework

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Somak Bhattacharya, Srinivasa Parkala, and Puneet Sharma

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: October 10, 2013

This article discusses the basic structure of the JobFramework and its application to the definition of a custom KPI, using the Latency KPI as an example. The Latency KPI calculates the time that is required to propagate data changes from the data sources to the operational server, which is an important characteristic of the data consistency and trustworthiness. This article also describes how to navigate the new Latency KPI reports using IBM® Cognos® Business Intelligence Server.

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