APM Application Dashboard Mission Criticality

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The Mission Criticality tab in the Application Dashboard shows key application metrics for the application portfolio by mission criticality. You can easily view which portion of the application portfolio is allocated to tactical, mission critical, and mission essential objectives. 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 Mission Criticality Drill Down portlet by clicking any mission critical level in either pie chart to view the application detail for that mission criticality level. To access this tab, click Home, Dashboards, Application Dashboard. Select the Mission Criticality tab.
The following image displays the Mission Criticality tab in the Application Dashboard with key mission critical metrics for the application.
This image displays the Application Dashboard with the Mission Criticality tab and portlets.
Annual Planned Cost by Mission Criticality Portlet
The Annual Planned Cost by Mission Criticality portlet displays a pie graph showing annual planned cost by mission criticality. The portlet provides a quick view of the annual planned cost distribution by mission critical level to ensure expenditures are made in the most important areas.
  • You can click a pie slice to drill down to the Mission Criticality Drill Down portlet to view the individual applications that have that criticality level and their detailed scores and metrics.
  • Rolling your cursor over a slice displays the annual planned cost.
The portlet includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metric:
  • 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 prorated for the current fiscal year.
Application Count by Mission Criticality Portlet
The Application Count by Mission Criticality portlet displays a pie graph showing a count of applications by mission criticality. The portlet provides a quick view of the percentage of applications that exist in the portfolio at each mission critical level.
  • You can click a pie slice to drill down to the Mission Criticality Drill Down portlet to view the individual applications that have that criticality level and their detailed scores and metrics.
  • Rolling your cursor over a slice displays the application count.
The portlet includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metric:
  • Application Count.
    This amount is a count of applications in the portfolio.
Number of Users by Mission Criticality and Application Source Portlet
The Number of Users by Mission Criticality and Application Source portlet displays a three-level tree map graph showing the number of users. At the top level, the portlet provides a quick view of how the number of users is distributed among the various mission critical levels.
  • The rectangle size is based on the number of users at each criticality level.
  • The smaller rectangles in each mission critical level depict the number of application sources that exist in the mission critical level and their size.
  • Clicking a mission critical level drills down to the application source level where you can view the number of users for each application source within the criticality level.
At the application source level, the smaller rectangles in each application source depict how many applications exist in that application source and their size.
  • Clicking an application source drills down to the application level where you can view the number of users for each application within the application source.
  • Rolling your cursor over any rectangle in the graph displays the number of users.
  • Clicking the Back button navigates back to the previous level.
The portlet includes the same filters as the page, except for the Software Sub-Category filter.
This portlet includes the following metric:
  • Number of Users.
    This amount is a sum of the Number of Users field from the application properties page.
Mission Criticality Drill Down Portlet
The Mission Criticality Drill Down portlet provides application detail and various metrics for all applications within that criticality level. Clicking an application navigates to the application properties page. Rolling your cursor over a score in the grid displays the score value.
The following image displays the Mission Criticality Drill Down portlet with application details.
This image displays the Mission Criticality 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.
  • Risk 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 prorated for the current fiscal year.
  • 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