Continuous reporting

Creating reports is an ongoing task, no matter if you need internal reports for supervisors and project managers or reports for external auditing. So wouldn’t it be great if they could be generated automatically, according to your needs and with current data? That is continuous reporting at Qbilon.

How continuous reporting works with Qbilon

Integrate data sources with all relevant information

Connect qbilon with software that is already in use. Initially, available data is automatically imported. Afterwards the data is connected across data sources yielding a complete and up-to-date model of the IT landscape.

Start with standard reports

Qbilon is shipped with suitable reports based on the integrated data. They include frequently used standard views on the data, allow a quick overview of the IT landscape and provide insight into Qbilon’s features.

Use standard reports or create new ones

Each report is customized according to specific needs. Of course, it is also possible to create new ones with freely configurable contents. Using filters and constraints enables to show only the data relevant for a specific use case while color rules allows highlighting strengths and weaknesses.

Share reports and views

Once the perfect reports are created, they can easily be shared with everyone. The view itself supports responsible owners at keeping on track. And downloading tables allows the quick creation of auditing documents.

Reports – essential everyday tools

Reports are a vital means of your daily business. They are used for communicating project progress, for monitoring risks and many other purposes. Each use case requires different data for creating reports and the corresponding optimal visualization depends on many factors. Qbilon allows you to make use of predefined reports for frequent use cases. Apart from that, you can create powerful reports with respect to your specific needs. Their appearance can be configured individually to be a perfect fit in all cases.

Application report

A report for applications, their relevant properties as well as related elements like owners and services. This is an essential artifact for IT governance and architecture management.

Security report

Put all important security-related properties in one report. Add a responsible person or organizational unit. This allows quickly reacting to security weaknesses and facilitates the monitoring of security risks.

Cloud cost report

Transparency is the key for cost savings. A report about employed cloud services, their context as well as their costs is essential to find savings potential and harness it.

Interface report

Keep track of existing interfaces with a dedicated interface report. Qbilon provides data about communicating resources and meta information like underlying protocols, arising data volume or the frequency of use.

Benefits of continuous reporting with Qbilon

Less report creation effort

Significantly reduce the time that your employees needs to gather necessary information and to create expressive reports. 

Ensure completeness of reports

Since data is captured automatically, there is no risk of missing any assets. And you can always add data sources to further enrich your IT map.

Improved quality of reports

Automatic capturing ensures that data used for reports and views is always complete, consistent and up to date.

More time for the essential work

With your architecture documentation created and updated automatically, you finally have time for core tasks and innovative work.

Catchy data representation

Qbilon’s elaborate layout mechanisms make it very easy to always create the most suitable, meaningful and catchy data representation.


Every report can be customized to meet your exact needs, whether it’s a new table column or a color rule depending on multiple conditions.

Get started with Qbilon and make your IT landscape more secure, more efficient and clearer

What else can you do with Qbilon?

Architecture Management

Support projects and transformations with up-to-date data about dependencies.

IT Governance

Automate the monitoring of goals, risks, policies and architecture patterns.

Security Management

Identify security weaknesses, monitor existing security risks and find hidden vulnerabilities.