APM Application Dashboard Value Map

The Value Map tab in the Application Dashboard shows the application strategy that is based on the average value score and average technical score. You can easily identify which installation types and application sources on average score higher and lower so that decisions can be made and appropriate action taken. This tab consists of the following portlets. 
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The Value Map tab in the Application Dashboard shows the application strategy that is based on the average value score and average technical score. You can easily identify which installation types and application sources on average score higher and lower so that decisions can be made and appropriate action taken. This tab consists of the following portlets. 
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Use the page-level filters to filter all portlets at once by OBS, Application Source, Installation Type, Application Vendor, Software Category, and Software Sub-Category. You can drill down to the Value Map Drill Down portlet by clicking any score on the page to view the application detail for that score. To access this tab, click Home, Dashboards, Application Dashboard. Select the Value Map tab.
The following image shows the Application Dashboard with the Value Map tab and portlets.
This image displays the Application Dashboard with the Value Map tab with portlets.
Value Score by Installation Type and Application Source Portlet
The Value Score by Installation Type and Application Source portlet displays a heat map graph showing average value score by installation type and application source. The portlet provides a comparison of average value between SaaS and On Premise installations and between purchased software and In-House and Open Source. You can easily determine which strategies yield the most and least value so that the application portfolio can be adjusted accordingly to meet organizational objectives.
  • The heat map color is based on the average value score.
  • You can drill down to the Value Map Drill Down portlet by clicking any score to see the individual applications and value scores that are used to calculate the average value score.
The portlet includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metric:
  • Average Value Score.
    This amount is calculated from the application value scores. For each application, the value score is summed and divided by the number of applications that contain a value score. If the application does not have a value score, it is not used in the calculation.
Technical Score by Installation Type and Application Source Portlet
The Technical Score by Installation Type and Application Source portlet displays a heat map graph showing average technical score by installation type and application source. The portlet provides a comparison of average technical scores between SaaS and On Premise installations and between purchased software and In-House and Open Source. You can easily determine which strategies yield the most and least technical advantage so that the application portfolio can be adjusted accordingly to meet organizational objectives.
  • The heat map color is based on the average technical score.
  • You can drill down to the Value Map Drill Down portlet by clicking any score to see the individual applications and technical scores that are used to calculate the average technical score.
The portlet includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metric:
  • Average Technical Score.
    This amount is calculated from the application technical scores. For each application, the technical score is summed and divided by the number of applications that contain a technical score. If the application does not have a technical score, it is not used in the calculation.
Value Map Drill Down Portlet
The Value Map Drill Down portlet provides the application detail and scores. Clicking an application navigates to the application properties page.
The following image shows the Value Map Drill Down portlet with application details.
This image displays the Value Map Drill Down portlet with application listing and details.
This drill-down grid portlet includes the following metrics:
  • Value Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to Final. 
  • Technical Score.
    This score is an aggregated calculated attribute that is derived from the application latest assessment that has a status equal to Final.
  • Number of Users.
    This amount is the Number of Users field from the application properties page.
  • Annual Planned Cost.
    This amount is derived from the application Cost Plan of Record under Financial Planning. Costs are displayed for the current fiscal year. If the application does not have a Cost Plan, this amount is derived from the application Financial Summary Planned Cost that is prorated for the current fiscal year.
  • Average Value Score.
    This amount is calculated from the application value scores. For each application, the value score is summed and divided by the number of applications that contain a value score. If the application does not have a value score, it is not used in the calculation.
  • Average Technical Score.
    This amount is calculated from the application technical scores. For each application, the technical score is summed and divided by the number of applications that contain a technical score. If the application does not have a technical score, it is not used in the calculation.
  • Total Number of Users.
    This amount is a sum of Number of Users.
  • Total Annual Planned Cost.
    This amount is a sum of Annual Planned Cost.
See the
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links at the bottom of this article for more details on assessments and scoring.
You can add the following fields to this portlet using the Configure option:
  • Application ID
  • Risk Score