Different Types of reports in the license reporting tool
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Different Types of reports in the RLKS Admin and reporting tool:
Reports display valuable statistics about how users are using the assets and repository.
Managing software assets goes beyond submitting them to a repository and managing them through consumption. Over time, looking at the changing elements, the models and trends of asset details, consumption use cases, and users information can help companies evaluate the needs of their current business strategies.
Lets understand the different types of reports available and the insights they provide...
Peak usage : This metric represents the maximum number of license requests that were granted by the selected license servers for the selected products. If more than one license type is selected in the report definition (floating and token as license type), the peak usage report shows multiple numbers in the bar graphs. The following example shows a peak distribution report with two counts per bar.
Peak denial : This metric represents the maximum number of license requests that selected license servers denied for the selected products during the specified time.
Note: In certain reporting scenarios, the tool can report inaccurate license denials. For more information, see the "Known limitation in license denial report" technical document.
License usage per user : This metric presents information about product usage by a user from a license server at a specified time. This list includes the user and the host server name for the selected products for the specified duration.
Available Licenses : This metric presents the total number of licenses for a product that are available in the license files that are used to start the license server.
License expiration : This metric presents the expiration date of licenses for each of the selected products. This information is collected from the license file.
Token distribution : This chart presents the number of token licenses that are issued in the specified time for various products in an organization.
Chargeback report : This metric represents a simple chargeback policy for product licenses that are used in an organization. The report for this metric is like an invoice, where the number of licenses that are used by each user during a specified time is listed. The number of license hours is multiplied by the unit costs that are associated with each license hour of that kind of license for that product. This product gives the value in currency to be charged for that user.
Note: For the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) products, the following metric types are supported: