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Understanding Dashboards and Creating On-Demand Reports in DX Performance Management

IT interruptions often cause business delays that can be detrimental to your productivity, quality of service, and bottom line. DX Performance Management (formerly CA Performance Management) is designed to help you manage the performance and availability of your service delivery infrastructure more efficiently—whether physical, virtual, or cloud-based.

In this webinar presented by Senior Instructor Ed Miller (of Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies), we go over the concept of Performance Management and take a quick look at the solution’s architecture. Using a DX Performance Management virtual environment, Ed demonstrates how to use built-in dashboards, create reports on demand, and explore the different options for notifications and distribution in DX Performance Management.

About Enterprise Studio

Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies simplifies the complexities of doing business and takes global organizations from an idea to the outcome by helping them build resilient enterprise solutions. More than just software services, we also work with, and become champions of, the people needed to create global agile organizations that are ready for the digital future. Enterprise Studio Education offers an extensive portfolio of product training and enablement solutions for all levels of adoption and experience so you can learn the skills you need to get ahead and do more with your Broadcom Enterprise Solutions. Learn more at hcltech.com/education.

Thursday 15th August 2019


About the speaker

Ed Miller

Ed Miller

Ed Miller is a Senior Instructor for Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies. Formerly a CA Technologies instructor for 21 years, Ed has taught hundreds of professionals how to successfully optimize their business using CA Technologies software. Ed specializes in enterprise management and database management software. He holds a BS in Computer Science and a Master of Science degree in Enterprise Systems Management from the University of Southern California.