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SAS RTDM Links

Restarting SAS Federation Server or the pooled connections from SAS Real-Time Decision Manager causes delays in executing campaigns

 

connection pool settings

 

SAS Web Applications Link…

Below is the SAS Web Links for some of the SAS Web Applications along with the related SAS WebApplication Server that this web application is deployed on. the port mentioned below is the Web Server port (default is 80 for Windows and 7980 for Linux)

Web Application Link WebAppServer
SAS Stored Process Web Application http://ServerHost:Port/SASStoredProcess/do SASServer1
SAS Web Administration Console http://ServerHost:Port/SASAdmin
SAS Information Delivery Portal http://ServerHost:Port/SASPortal
SAS BI Dashboard http://ServerHost:Port/SASBIDashboard
content server http://Serverhost:port/SASContentServer/dircontents.jsp
SAS Studio Mid-Tier http://ServerHost:Port/SASStudio SASServer2
SAS Web Report Studio http://ServerHost:Port/SASWebReportStudio
SAS Help Viewer http://ServerHost:Port/SASWebDoc
SAS Customer Intelligence http://ServerHost:Port/SASCIStudio SASServer6
SAS Decision Services Design Server Diagnostics URL:
http://ServerHost:Port/RTDMDesign/jsp/Diagnostics.jsp
SASServer7
SAS Decision Services Engine Server Web Service URL:
http://ServerHost:Port/RTDM/EventDiagnostics URL:
http://ServerHost:Port/RTDM/Diagnostics.jsp
SAS Decision Services Monitor Diagnostics URL:
http://ServerHost:Port/DCSVMonitor/jsp/Diagnostics.jsp
SAS Business Rules Manager Web http://ServerHost:Port/SASDecisionManager
SAS Enterprise Case Management http://ServerHost:Port/SASEntCaseManagement SASServer8
SAS Social Network Analysis http://ServerHost:Port/SASSNA
SAS Financial Crimes Monitor http://ServerHost:Port/SASFINCRM
SAS Model Manager Mid-Tier http://ServerHost:Port/SASDecisionManager SASServer11
SAS Forecast Server http://ServerHost:Port/SASForecastServer/Status
SAS Enterprise Miner Mid-Tier http://ServerHost:Port/SASEnterpriseMinerJWS/Status
SAS Time Series Studio Mid Tier http://ServerHost:Port/SASTimeSeriesStudioMidTier/Status
SAS Visual Analytics Hub http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualAnalyticsHub SASServer12
SAS Visual Analytics Designer http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualAnalyticsDesigner
SAS Visual Analytics Viewer http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualAnalyticsViewer
SAS Visual Data Builder http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualDataBuilder
SAS Visual Analytics Graph Builder http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualAnalyticsGraphBuilder
SAS Visual Analytics Administrator http://ServerHost:Port/SASVisualAnalyticsAdministrator
Search Interface to SAS Content 3.3 http://ServerHost:Port/SASSearchService

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise Architecture is part of the Strategy planning and it provides the link between Enterprise strategy (Wide scope) and Tactical implementation (Narrow scope) that allows for enhancing the accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness of these tactical implementations.

It consists of 3 main components

  1. Architecture Models and Principles
    • ¬†Business Architecture
    • IT Architecture
      • Information System Architecture
        • Application Architecture
        • Data Architecture
      • Infrastructure Architecture
  2. Governance processes and organizations
  3. Transition Planning

During the different projects implementations, there are many ways to achieve the project objective, however which way to follow is driven from the Enterprise Architecture as it explains the overall context in which the project outcome will reside. These decisions should take into consideration the enterprise wide goals in order to minimize cost, effort, redundancy and the need to redo the same work.

Principles will help in this; I think each project should inherit the enterprise wide principles to guide its design and evolution in order to assure alignment with the global vision and to avoid having many silos.

 

Cognos Analytic Solution (Financial Performance Management )

  1. Cognos Planning
  2. Cognos Controller (financial reporting and consolidation, supports IFRS, FASB, Basel II, and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements)
  3. Cognos TM1  (Exceptionally fast, Data and user scalability, OLDP)