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Application reports

Oct. 08, 2015

This topic summarizes the top-level application report views.

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For the lower-level Remediation report views, see Remediate application issues.

Overview Summary

The Overview Summary report view is a dashboard that provides a high-level view of the state of your application portfolio. For each of the selected applications, it shows the overall RAG (red, amber, green) status for each of the active reports. You can click the RAG icons to go to the Remediation report views for that application. These give the full details of the remediation required along with an MST fix where applicable.

For information about the RAG icons, see Understanding RAG Icons.

EstateView

The EstateView, available for evaluation and trial installations only, provides a high-level overview of the consolidated status of the entire application portfolio for a target technology. This report is useful when you are evaluating AppDNA, because it does not rely on individual application licenses.

The EstateView starts with a pie chart summary of the standard, custom, and after action RAG status of the applications in the portfolio. (AppDNA does not show the custom RAG pie chart if the custom RAGs are the same as the standard RAGs for all of the report’s algorithms.)

Below the pie charts there is a bar chart that shows the number of applications that have triggered one or more algorithms in each algorithm group. The number of applications is shown as a count and a percentage of the application portfolio. The bar chart is followed by a list of the algorithms. This shows the algorithm ID, name, and algorithm group, along with the standard and custom RAGs, whether AppDNA provides an automatic fix, and the number of applications that are affected. You can expand each algorithm to show an explanation of both the algorithm and its remediation actions.

Application Issues

The Application Issues report view provides a summary of the issues found in the selected applications. The view starts with pie chart summaries of the standard and custom RAG status of the items included in the report.

The pie charts are followed by a list of the applications included in the report. For each application, the report shows the standard and custom RAG status, and whether AppDNA provides an automatic fix. The Source and Source Category columns indicate the installation type, and the Status column shows an icon indicating whether the application’s analysis for this report is up to date.

Depending on whether you select the Show counts check box, this report view also shows the number of times the application triggered an algorithm in each of the algorithm groups in the report. (An application can trigger an algorithm multiple times – because multiple components within the application can each trigger the same algorithm.)

The application name is a link that takes you to the detailed Remediation report views for the application. Below the list of applications there is a list of algorithm groups and a legend that explains the icons.

Application Actions

The Application Actions report view starts with a pie chart summary of the RAG status of the selected applications before and after the remediation actions.

The pie charts are followed by a list of the selected applications. For each item, the report shows the before and after action RAGs, and indicators of the application complexity and action effort. The action effort is categorized as easy, medium, hard, or no remediation is required. The action effort is associated with the remediation actions and can be customized in the Algorithm Groups screen. See Configure algorithms for more information.

Using this information, you can quickly see which applications are ready for user acceptance testing (UAT), because these applications have green before and after action RAGs. Applications that are probably not suitable for migration have a red after action RAG, and those that require some remediation work before migration have an amber or red before action RAG and a green or amber after action RAG. When remediation is required, the application complexity and the action effort provide a rough indication of the amount of work involved.

Depending on whether you select the Show counts check box, this report view also shows the number of issues that require remediation, broken down by the various remediation action types.

The application name is a link that takes you to the Remediation report views.

Issue View

The Issue View provides a breakdown of the number of applications that triggered each algorithm within the report. This view starts with a pie chart summary of the standard, custom, and after action RAG status of the applications included in the report. (AppDNA does not show the custom RAG pie chart if the custom RAGs are the same as the standard RAGs for all of the report's algorithms.) Below the pie charts there is a bar chart that shows the number of applications that have triggered one or more algorithms in each algorithm group. The number of applications is shown as a count and a percentage of the portfolio (which here means the applications included in the report).

The bar chart is followed by a list of the algorithms. This shows the algorithm ID, name, and algorithm group, along with the standard, custom, and after action RAGs, whether a fix is available, and the number of applications that are affected. The number of applications is shown as both a count and a percentage of the applications included in the report.

You can expand each algorithm to show a list of the affected applications, and an explanation of both the algorithm and its remediation actions. The application name is a link that takes you to the Remediation report views.

Action View

The Action View provides a breakdown of the prevalence of the actions required to remediate the applications in your portfolio. This view starts with a pie chart summary of the standard, custom, and after action RAG status of the applications included in the report. (AppDNA does not show the custom RAG pie chart if the custom RAGs are the same as the standard RAGs for all of the report's algorithms.) Below the pie charts there is a bar chart that shows the number of applications that require each type of remediation. The number of applications is shown as a count and a percentage of the portfolio (which here means the applications included in the report).

The bar chart is followed by a list of the remediation action types and subtypes (also known as actions and action details) along with the after action RAG and the number of applications that require this type of remediation. The number of applications is shown as both a count and a percentage of the applications included in the report.

You can expand each individual action and action detail combination to show a list of the associated applications. The application name is a link that takes you to the Remediation report views.

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