Cognos Performance Optimization Infographic

by Jul 16, 2021Blog, Cognos Analytics, Cognos Performance, Cognos Troubleshooting, ReportCard0 comments

Let’s cut to the chase. Cognos performance is something you probably don’t think about until it’s too late. We surveyed IBM Cognos Analytics users about their performance methodologies and compiled the findings into an infographic. Here’s what we found:

IBM Cognos Analytics Performance Management

You don’t have to be in the majority of participants who do not have a plan in place. Motio is running a series of Cognos Performance Optimization workshops geared around helping you gain knowledge to maintain a smooth, well running system.

This workshop will feature hands-on labs and presentations by IBM. You will walk away with the knowledge to:

  • Quickly pinpoint performance issues through monitoring activity in your Cognos environment.
  • Understand the cause of the issue using real-time alerts before it affects end users.
  • Create dashboard & report designs focused on delivering analytics at the highest level possible.

We’ll share best practices and tips & tricks for more optimized IBM Cognos Analytics performance. No matter where you are in your Cognos journey, this workshop has something for you.


The next workshop is October 28- Register for the Workshop

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