Highlights for SAP Asset Performance Management 2305

This blog provides the highlights of SAP Asset Performance Management 2305 (hereinafter also referred to as “APM“ for brevity).

Please use the links to navigate directly to the topic you are interested in:

GraphQL-based APIs in SAP Asset Performance Management
Health Monitor Alerts App – Alert Details
Analytics Dashboard – New Standard Capabilities
Side-By-Side Extensibility
Improvements to Assessments and Recommendations​


GraphQL-Based API

SAP Asset Performance Management has now introduced GraphQL-based APIs, which enable you to choose every piece of data the UI requires in a single query call. SAP Asset Performance Management has built SAP UI5-based applications that are powered by GraphQL APIs in the backend, making it the first product at SAP to release GraphQL APIs publicly.

GraphQL APIs are now available in the SAP API Hub to create, read, update, and delete the following:

  • Strategy assessment for classes
  • Risk and criticality assessments
  • Recommendations

Example of a GraphQL API for the Risk and Criticality Assessment application 

Users can use these APIs while creating their own UIs.

For more information see the blog GraphQL in SAP Asset Performance Management.

Health Monitor Alerts App – Alert Details

In the alert details page you can now see more details about the alert to better understand why it was created. You can review the indicator chart of the technical object to validate if notification creation is required.


Health Monitor Alerts app – Alert Details page (click to enlarge)

    For more information, see Viewing Alerts.

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    Analytics Dashboard – New Standard Capabilities

    The existing custom analytics capabilities have now been enhanced with standard analytics capabilities. SAP provides linked embedded SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC) tenants for each APM user at no extra cost.

    Embedded SAC has a slightly reduced functionality compared to the SAC Enterprise license, as it doesn’t include planning or machine learning capabilities. However, it provides all the necessary features for performing “Business Intelligence” tasks, such as charting, linking, filtering, drill-downs, and calculated measures.

    APM also offers pre-built “calculation views” that can be accessed specifically by the embedded SAC. No other data can be accessed, and data enrichment is not available.

    With the new feature, users can create dashboards directly within the APM application. The dashboarding process includes a “Query Designer” for assembling desired data and the usual SAC story editor.

    Furthermore, APM displays the dashboards created within APM itself, alongside the previously established links to external dashboards.

    To ensure user synchronization, a “Trust Configuration” feature is provided, allowing users in APM to be synchronized with users in SAC.

    For more information, see the blog Addition of “Standard Analytics Capabilities” in SAP Asset Performancement Management 2305 or the SAP Help Portal Analytics Dashboards

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    Side-By-Side Extensibility

    Learn how to extend SAP Asset Performance Management through side-by-side extension techniques by reading the blog Side-by-Side Extension of SAP Asset Performance Management: Overview and the Extensibility Guide.

    Solution landscape for side-by-side extension of SAP Asset Performance Management (click to enlarge)

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    Improvements to Assessments and Recommendations​

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    For an overview of all new features see the SAP Help Portal What’s New in SAP Asset Performance Management 2305

    Furthermore, explore our SAP Asset Performance Management Topic Page and follow the tag SAP Asset Performance Management to not miss out on more content to come! Don’t forget to submit or vote for the improvement you would like to see in Customer Influence!

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