IBM Notes Domino Application Analysis with
panagenda ApplicationInsights

UNDERSTAND YOUR IBM DOMINO APPLICATIONS BETTER

panagenda ApplicationInsights allows you to make sense of your Lotus Notes databases by translating it into meaningful, actionable information.

You can easily see at a glance how and how much your Domino apps are being used, how well is their code written and where it can be improved.
ApplicationInsights visually answers any questions you might have in order to optimize, modernize or migrate your Domino databases.

USAGE

ApplicationInsights provides you with clear insights into the use of your application landscape. Find out how and whether an application is used: Is it accessed as read or write, and how often do specific departments and sites use certain applications?

CODE

 The perfect overview of the complexity of the entire application environment for you or your developers. How many lines of code are relevant, which programming language is strongly represented, and how do complexity and dependencies affect your application strategy?

STRATEGY

Whether migration, modernization or ongoing operation, ApplicationInsights is your key to strategy optimization. By linking usage and application design information, you have the perfect foundation for your project: Minimize operating costs and calculate risks and expenses into minute detail.

panagenda ApplicationInsights is a virtual appliance that helps you build the path towards application modernization.

Your organization's Domino application data is analyzed and aggregated locally and turned into easy to understand visual dashboards that focused around the business value of applications, design complexity and similarity, template candidates, code findings and optimization opportunities.

Application Modernization

ApplicationInsights provides decision makers and application development teams critical insights to decide, plan and execute. It provides quantitative and qualitative information that enables for proper segmentation by usage, type of access and design specialties.

Turn-Key Appliance

ApplicationInsights comes as a turn-key virtual appliance that does not require any software installations beyond VM deployment. Supported virtualization platforms are VMWare vSphere (recommended for production) and VMWare Workstation (for evaluation purposes). Support for Microsoft Hyper-V and native Docker deployments is being worked on.

Design Complexity Simplification

ApplicationInsights provides decision makers and application development teams critical insights to decide, plan and execute. It provides quantitative and qualitative information that enables for proper segmentation by usage, type of access and design specialties.

Flexible Licensing

ApplicationInsights is a subscription license based on so called Focus Database instances. Focus DBs are determined by excluding all system databases, mail files, directories, etc. from the database inventory. What remains behind are database instances relevant for licensing: Mail-In databases and custom applications.

Data Privacy

All processing is done on premises within the turn-key virtual appliance. It contains all elements required for collection, data warehousing, analysis and visualization.

Simple Deployment

No additional installations on Domino servers are necessary. Usage and Design collection happens over standard Notes communication channels and functionalities that are enabled on Domino servers per default.

Multi-Platform Implementation

ApplicationInsights is a repository for IBM Domino application data and can be implemented in your environment as Docker package, VMWare or HyperV image.

30-Day Evaluation

ApplicationInsights will unlock access to usage information of the 50 most used databases and complexity information for the 50 most complex databases. In addition, source code analysis will be performed on 50 databases within this list of the most used and most complex. The evaluation version will provide this functionality for 30 days.

panagenda ApplicationInsights Gives Answers to Your Domino Application Questions

  • Which applications are used most and how complex are they
  • Which applications are not used and can be archived or decommissioned
  • Which applications are used primarily read-only and can be archived
  • Number of documents read and written over time for each application
  • Number of documents per application
  • When has an application been last used
  • Which departments use which applications
  • Which applications are being used from web browsers
  • Authenticated vs. anonymous browser usage
  • Which databases are template candidates, independent of design inheritance settings
  • Do all replicas of a database have the same design
  • Do all databases that are based on a certain template have the exact same design
  • Number of design elements per application and type of design element

Looking for help in making sense of your IBM Lotus Domino apps?