8723 ZENworks Reporting 5: Building Reports – 4 hours

Pris: 6.000 sek

Course Description

ZENworks Reporting 5 (powered by Jaspersoft) includes a number of configuration options to be employed at various lifecycle points, and is designed to report on data outside of the core hardware/software inventory data delivered by ZENworks. This includes reports associated with patch management, application and policy distribution, as well as inventory and asset management.

This course introduces you to creating reports using the Jaspersoft-based ZENworks Reporting 5. Data from different functional areas of ZENworks—inventory, bundles, patch management and so on—is used to introduce the range of report formatting and drill-down features available in ZENworks Reporting 5.

Course Information

Delivery Method: Classroom

Course Duration: 4 hours

Course Level: Intermediate

Key Objectives

The ZENworks Reporting 5 Building Reports course is designed for anyone who needs to create reports with the product. The class works through the three basic types of reports that can be created using practical examples that will be useful for most enterprises. During this process the Domain of 2,000+ elements available to create reports is introduced and toured. How to embed filtering options in published reports is covered, and the process of using multiple reports in a dashboard is described.

Audience Summary

This course is designed for ZENworks product customers who need to report on data outside of the core hardware/software inventory data delivered by ZENworks.

Course Outline

Topics covered in this course include:

  1. Creating the three basic report type: tables, crosstabs and charts
  2. Setting up filtering to be used later as part of report execution
  3. A tour of the ZENworks Reporting 5 Domain.
  4. How to schedule reports for unattended execution and delivery
  5. How to build dashboards that include multiple reports as well as data pulled from external sources

Course Prerequisites

Some experience with configuration management is useful to understand the data models, which will make the report examples more relevant. Previous report building experience is not required.