IBM Intelligent Operations Center key performance indicators (KPIs), Part 2, Defining a parent KPI

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Allen Smith

Date archived: December 12, 2016 | First published: August 24, 2011

The IBM Intelligent Operations Center is a new product from IBM designed to help cities manage and improve their operations. It provides a key performance indicator (KPI) subsystem that allows cities to monitor and assess performance of city services, programs, and other resources. This is the second in a series of articles that shows how to model, implement, and test IBM Intelligent Operations Center KPIs. This article discusses how parent KPIs and parent-child KPI relationships are modeled and how asynchronous notifications of KPI updates are triggered.

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