IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1 Handbook

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Published 25 October 2010

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ISBN-10: 0738434817
ISBN-13: 9780738434810
IBM Form #: SG24-7912-00
(572 pages)

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Authors: Dean Browne, Brecht Desmeijter, Rodrigo Frealdo Dumont, Armin Kamal, John Leahy, Scott Masson, Ksenija Rusak, Shinsuke Yamamoto, Martin Keen


IBM® Cognos® Business Intelligence (BI) helps organizations meet
strategic objectives and provides real value for the business by delivering the information everyone needs while also reducing the burden on IT.

This IBM Redbooks® publication addresses IBM Cognos Business Intelligence V10.1. You can use this book to:
- Understand core features of IBM Cognos BI V10.1
- Realize the full potential of IBM Cognos BI
- Learn by example with practical scenarios

This book uses a fictional business scenario to demonstrate the power of IBM Cognos BI. The book is primarily focused on the roles of Advanced Business User, Professional Report Author, Modeler, Administrator, and IT Architect.

Table of contents

Part 1. IBM Business Analytics
Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Cognos Business Intelligence
Chapter 2. Overview of the IBM Cognos BusinessIntelligence architecture
Chapter 3. Business scenario and personas used in this book
Part 2. IBM Cognos metadata modelling
Chapter 4. Create reporting packages with IBM Cognos Framework Manager
Part 3. Business intelligence simplified
Chapter 5. Business intelligence simplified: An overview
Chapter 6. Individual and collaborative user experience
Chapter 7. Self service interface for business users
Chapter 8. Actionable analytics everywhere
Part 4. Enterprise ready platform
Chapter 9. Enterprise ready performance and scalability
Chapter 10. IBM Cognos system administration
Part 5. Complete IBM Business Analytics solution
Chapter 11. Integrating IBM Cognos BI with IBM Cognos Business Analytics solutions
Part 6. Appendixes
Appendix A. Additional material

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