EMR Performance Suite Courses
The Printers Control provides a way to see if all the printers have been built correctly on all the application nodes within your domains. Not only can you correct the build of the printers, but you can also better understand which printers can be used for labels, armbands, prescriptions, and clinical documentation.
Introduction to Panther
Introduction to Softek Panther, Navigate Within Panther, Panther Toolbar, Desktops, QPS Report
Learn to manage suspensions of domains, nodes, notifications, and proactive actions.
Learn to manage the Cerner Millennium® domains that exist within Panther by adding and repairing domains.
Audit Logs Control
The Audit Log shows an electronic audit trail of user interactions with the system. All interactions with IBM WebSphere® MQ, Millennium Server Control, Panther Management, and Open Engine are audited. Any login attempts are recorded and Panther User Management privilege changes.
The Management Reports document high-level metrics concerning the availability of important areas within Cerner Millennium® system. This documentation is offered with both Summary and Event Analysis reports to make identifying trending data easier.
Tablespace Projection Control
The Tablespace Projection control allows you to see data previously collected by Panther regarding the amount of space used by and allocated to Oracle® tablespaces.
The Current Events control provides a view of ongoing events Panther has detected within a domain.
The SCP Recommendations control is used to reduce queuing and improve wait times in Millennium® applications. The SCP Recommendations control uses historical queuing data gathered by Panther to recommend increasing instance counts for services that are queuing.
The Queues control is used to manage and monitor the message queues used by the Cerner Millennium system.
The Message Logs control is used to view Message Logs written to by each server. The Favorite Logs control provides a node-independent view of Message Logs and a quick way to access commonly reviewed logs together. In this course, you will learn why message logs are important, how they’re created, where to find them, what they contain and how they behave.
Foreign System Setup
The Oracle® Connection Setup allows you to configure the connection string used by Panther to access the Oracle® database on a per-domain basis. Node Connection Setup allows you to configure the credentials used to connect to a domain's nodes in order to access their RTMS timer data.
The Interfaces control is used to monitor the interface processes that run on the back end. Interfaces are domain-specific in Panther. The ESI Logs control is used to view External Service Inbound (ESI) log entries in the database. The HL7 Loader control provides access to read HL7 messages.
Cycle Groups and Cycle Schedules
The Cycle Groups control allows you to define cycling settings for multiple servers at one time to be used whenever that group of servers needs to be cycled. The Cycle Schedules control gives users access to Automated Cycle Schedules. From this page, a user can create, remove, modify, copy, or enable/disable cycle schedules.
Oracle Query Control
The Oracle Query control gives users access to issue queries against the Oracle® instance defined in Foreign System Setup for the domain.
iBus Logs Control
The iBus Logs control gives users access to view log files stored on iBus servers defined in Foreign System Setup for the domain.
The Configurations control is used to manage the configurations of server processes that run on the application nodes.
The Servers control is used to manage the server processes that run on the back end.
The Services control shows a list of all currently registered services. This view provides information such as current connections and messages.
Alerts, sensor setup, notifications, proactive response vs. reactive response and certification summary.
Sensor History Components
The Action History control shows all actions on the system. Actions are either IBM MQ Message Replay actions or Server Cycler actions.
Create an action plan for triaged issues, coordinate or take action, validate and compare Discovery Audit reports. Also, learn how to use Section 5 of the Discovery Audit to troubleshoot application issues.
Day One goals and objectives, understanding the Panther Management Reports, understanding the Discovery Audit structure and how to triage a Millennium© system with a Discovery Audit.
When there is an issue, the UP Dashboard tells you where to start looking first so you don’t waste time checking things that are functioning normally.
Panther Mobile Apps
How to use the three Panther mobile apps - Cycler, Events, and reQueuer.
Manual Purge Steps