A Comparison of Several Performance Dashboards Architectures


A performance dashboard is a full-fledged business information system that is built on a business-intelligence and data- integration infrastructure. It has been one of the most hot research topics. Now many corporations have involved in the performance dashboard Architectures related techniques and many performance dashboard Architectures have been put forward. This is a favorable situation to study and application of performance dashboard related techniques. Though interesting, there are also some problems for so many Architectures forms. For to a novice or user with little knowledge about performance dashboard Architectures, it is still very hard to make a reasonable choice. What differences are there for different performance dashboard Architectures and what characteristics and advantages each has? To answer these problems, the characteristics, architectures and applications of several popular performance dashboard Architectures are analyzed and discussed in detail. From the comparison of these Architectures, users can better understand the different performance dashboard Architectures and more reasonably choose what they want.

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M. Abdelfattah, "A Comparison of Several Performance Dashboards Architectures," Intelligent Information Management, Vol. 5 No. 2, 2013, pp. 35-41. doi: 10.4236/iim.2013.52005.

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