KPI Dashboard Component
Balance Scorecard
Jorge Higueros
Jorge.higueros@gmail.com
Who I am
Jorge Higueros
• 10 Years IT Experience
• Master IT security Systems
• Cobit 5 Certified
• Offensive Securit...
Introduction
We talk about the requirements for reports, KPIs, and
metrics differ for each business/organization.
A ran...
Benefits
● Know the KPIs and the activities specific for ITIL
processes;
● Identify, select and analyze KPIs from the I...
Agenda
• What is driving IT Today?
• IT Performance Managment
• What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)?
• What Are ...
What is driving IT Today?
Monitoring
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
IT Performance Management
What is a Key Performance
Indicator (KPI)?
What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)?
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) help organizations
understand how well they...
What is a Key Performance Indicator
(KPI)?
Measuring what matters the most
Before KPIs can be
identified, the following
requirements must be met:
A predefined or...
Example
For example, when you go to your doctor he might measure
blood pressure, cholesterol levels, heart rate and your...
Why Use KPIs?
KPIs serve to reduce the complex nature of organizational
performance to a small number of key indicators ...
Why Use KPIs?
KPIs are above all else, a set of indicators to measure data against, a sort-of
enterprise success gauge. ...
Why do we measure performance?
The reason why we measure performance in organizations
is often reduced to simple homilie...
KPI in the real life!!
Metrics?
What Are Metrics?
When we use the term metric
we are referring to a
direct numerical measure
that represents a piece o...
What Are Metrics?
Metrics are not the KPIs themselves; rather they are
needed in order to determine if our KPIs have bee...
Characteristics of good Metrics
Creating Metrics with Nagios XI?
Service Design With Nagios XI
ITIL Service Design With Nagios XI
ITIL Service Design With Nagios XI
Objective: The objective of ITIL Service Design is to design
new IT services. The sco...
Lets start with Processes: ITIL Service
Design inside Nagios
Service Design identifies service requirements to clasify a...
Design Coordination
Process Objective: To coordinate all service design activities,
processes and resources. Design coor...
KPI Availability Management
Component for Nagios XI
Our Target Availability Management
● Process Objective: To
define, analyze, plan,
measure and improve all
aspects of t...
Our Target Availability Management
KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’
Availability (excluding planned downtime)
KPIs ‘Availability management
Dashboard’
KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’
KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’
Nagios ‘ Availability management
Report’
KPI Capacity Planing Component
for Nagios XI
Our Target Capacity Planing
Objective: ITIL Capacity Management aims to ensure that the capacity of IT
services and the ...
Our Target Capacity Planing
KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
KPIs in ‘ Capacity management
Report’
From Measures to decision
Conclusions
● Metrics need not be viewed as an arcane dark art. Instead, the use of KPIs should be grounded
in measuring...
The End
Jorge Higueros
jorge.higueros@consulmatic.com
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Nagios Conference 2014 - Jorge Higueros - Making KPIs Component Work For You With Nagios

Jorge Higueros's presentation on Making KPIs Component Work For You With Nagios. The presentation was given during the Nagios World Conference North America held Oct 13th - Oct 16th, 2014 in Saint Paul, MN. For more information on the conference (including photos and videos), visit: http://go.nagios.com/conference
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Transcripts - Nagios Conference 2014 - Jorge Higueros - Making KPIs Component Work For You With Nagios

  • 1. KPI Dashboard Component Balance Scorecard Jorge Higueros Jorge.higueros@gmail.com
  • 2. Who I am Jorge Higueros • 10 Years IT Experience • Master IT security Systems • Cobit 5 Certified • Offensive Security Certified • ITIL V3 Service Operation • ISO 20000 Implementing • PCI Auditor
  • 3. Introduction We talk about the requirements for reports, KPIs, and metrics differ for each business/organization. A range of metrics that can be used will be covered, along with information on what types of reports are useful, how we built the KPI system with Nagios XI , and objectives we used to evaluate the KPIs.
  • 4. Benefits ● Know the KPIs and the activities specific for ITIL processes; ● Identify, select and analyze KPIs from the IT Service Management perspective; ● Exercise the utilization of ITIL practices, the application of IT standards and interpret the connections between processes around Nagios.
  • 5. Agenda • What is driving IT Today? • IT Performance Managment • What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)? • What Are Metrics? • ITIL Service Design with Nagios XI • Our Target Availability Management • Our Target Capacity Planing
  • 6. What is driving IT Today? Monitoring
  • 7. IT Performance Management
  • 8. IT Performance Management IT Performance Management
  • 9. IT Performance Management IT Performance Management
  • 10. IT Performance Management IT Performance Management
  • 11. What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)?
  • 12. What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)? Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) help organizations understand how well they are performing in relation to their strategic goals and objectives. In the broadest sense, a KPI can be defined as providing the most important performance information that enables organizations or their stakeholders to understand whether the organization is on track or not.
  • 13. What is a Key Performance Indicator (KPI)?
  • 14. Measuring what matters the most Before KPIs can be identified, the following requirements must be met: A predefined organizational process. Clear business objectives for the process. Quantitative and qualitative measurements. An active approach to finding and remedying enterprise variances.
  • 15. Example For example, when you go to your doctor he might measure blood pressure, cholesterol levels, heart rate and your body mass index as key indicators of your health. With KPIs we are trying to do the same in our organizations
  • 16. Why Use KPIs? KPIs serve to reduce the complex nature of organizational performance to a small number of key indicators in order to make performance more understandable and digestible for us. This is the same approach we use in our daily lives.
  • 17. Why Use KPIs? KPIs are above all else, a set of indicators to measure data against, a sort-of enterprise success gauge. Ultimately, they help an organization assess progress toward declared goals.
  • 18. Why do we measure performance? The reason why we measure performance in organizations is often reduced to simple homilies, such as ‘you can’t manage anything unless you measure it’ or ‘what gets measured gets done’. The three main reasons for measuring performance are : ● To learn and improve ● To report externally and demonstrate compliance ● To control and monitor people & IT Systems
  • 19. KPI in the real life!!
  • 20. Metrics?
  • 21. What Are Metrics? When we use the term metric we are referring to a direct numerical measure that represents a piece of business data in the relationship of one or more dimensions.
  • 22. What Are Metrics? Metrics are not the KPIs themselves; rather they are needed in order to determine if our KPIs have been satisfied. The KPI that might use the above metric could be "% reduction in CIs in error each month" – you need the number actually in error in order to determine the % of reduction over the previous month's # of CIs in error.
  • 23. Characteristics of good Metrics
  • 24. Creating Metrics with Nagios XI?
  • 25. Service Design With Nagios XI
  • 26. ITIL Service Design With Nagios XI
  • 27. ITIL Service Design With Nagios XI Objective: The objective of ITIL Service Design is to design new IT services. The scope of Service Design includes the design of new services, as well as changes and improvements to existing ones.
  • 28. Lets start with Processes: ITIL Service Design inside Nagios Service Design identifies service requirements to clasify a critic levels of the group service of the company
  • 29. Design Coordination Process Objective: To coordinate all service design activities, processes and resources. Design coordination ensures the consistent and effective design of new or changed IT services, service management information systems, architectures, technology, processes, information and metrics.
  • 30. KPI Availability Management Component for Nagios XI
  • 31. Our Target Availability Management ● Process Objective: To define, analyze, plan, measure and improve all aspects of the availability of IT services. Availability Management is responsible for ensuring that all IT infrastructure, processes, tools, roles etc. are appropriate for the agreed availability targets.
  • 32. Our Target Availability Management
  • 33. KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’ Availability (excluding planned downtime)
  • 34. KPIs ‘Availability management Dashboard’
  • 35. KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’
  • 36. KPIs in ‘ITIL Availability management’
  • 37. Nagios ‘ Availability management Report’
  • 38. KPI Capacity Planing Component for Nagios XI
  • 39. Our Target Capacity Planing Objective: ITIL Capacity Management aims to ensure that the capacity of IT services and the IT infrastructure is able to deliver the agreed service level targets in a cost effective and timely manner. Capacity Management considers all resources required to deliver the IT service, and plans for short, medium and long term business requirements.
  • 40. Our Target Capacity Planing
  • 41. KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
  • 42. KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
  • 43. KPIs in ‘ITIL Capacity management’
  • 44. KPIs in ‘ Capacity management Report’
  • 45. From Measures to decision
  • 46. Conclusions ● Metrics need not be viewed as an arcane dark art. Instead, the use of KPIs should be grounded in measuring the progress towards, and protection of, the objective(s) of a process. If the objective is clearly understood then the identification of metrics and how they should be constructed become much more apparent. In addition, it helps to bear in mind where the processes are at in terms of adoption in the organization and the behavior that the metric may drive. ● Understand what stakeholders need and tailor metrics and reports accordingly. It is far better to start focused and evolve KPIs and reporting to stay relevant and truly help stakeholders with their management decisions. Hopefully this document has given you some ideas to discuss in your teams and improve the value that metrics bring
  • 47. The End Jorge Higueros jorge.higueros@consulmatic.com

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