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New feature that will indicate the "baseline" type
Operations Analytics Predictive Insights version 1.3.6 is introducing the “naive” type of baseline, beside the classical “Robust Bounds” baseline (inherited from previous system versions). OA-PI 1.3.6 is creating this baseline type in case when variations of KPI values are smaller than 5%, and other criteria are also met. Since the “naive” baseline has limited anomaly detecting abilities, it is important to add a new feature to the OA-PI UI that will inform the system user which type of baseline is created for the specified KPI (“naive” or Robust Bounds baseline). Case ID: TS001263891
In case when variations of KPI values are small, and criteria for creating “classical” Robust Bounds baseline are not met, the OA-PI 1.3.6 system is creating “naive” baseline. Information about the type of created baseline would be of great importance in case when "naive" baseline is created because the system user will know that OA-PI system probably will not detect anomalies and create appropriate alarms for this KPI (system user will not expect that mechanism of detecting anomalies will be fully functional in that particular case).
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