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Jan 25 2019   8:24PM GMT

single pane of glass

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert


A single pane of glass is a management console that presents data from multiple sources in a unified display.

Quote of the Day

“Single pane of glass application monitoring is an IT myth on par with Bigfoot: frequently mentioned, constantly sought after and equally as elusive.” – Brian Kirsch

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Trending Terms
data visualization
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Quiz Yourself
An executive can _______ a business intelligence dashboard to get an up-to-the moment snapshot of how some element of the business is performing.
a. use
b. utilize

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