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Unified Transaction Map


A Unified Transaction Map (UTM) is a visual representation that illustrates the functional flow of components within a network, application, or transaction. Its purpose is to display:

  • An interconnection map of logical components, highlighting key metrics for each node and link. In this context, a “node” represents a logical component, and a “link” represents the connection between two such components.
  • A time-progress functional map, offering insights into the different stages and elements involved in the various phases of a business transaction.

Working with UTM

UTM comprises 4 important processes. 

  1. Creating UTM is your guide to creating and configuring Unified Transaction Maps with ease. Discover how to configure graphs to visualize your UTM. Learn to create nodes and links, assigning icons, data models, and metrics to your nodes.
  2. UTM Actions will walk you through the essential actions you can take to manage your Unified Transaction Map (UTM) configurations with ease.  On the main page, you have three primary actions – View, Edit, and, Delete. We’ll show you how to edit settings, manage permissions, and remove configurations.
  3. Configure UTM Visualization lets you pick your recently created Unified Transaction Map for your UTM panel.
  4. Visualization Options will help you personalize your UTM (Unified Transaction Map) and other visualizations to get the most out of your data. You have various options at your fingertips:
    • Panel Options
    • Unified Transaction Map
    • Standard Options
    • Data Links
    • Value Mappings
    • Thresholds
    • Add Field Override
    • Dashboard Filters for UTM

Further Reading

  1. Matrix Visualization


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