When a customer tests, trials or evaluates the app for free, it is called an evaluation.
This Evaluations report is a statistic built on top of the raw data from your licenses.
It displays all the evaluations that are active for your apps at a particular point in time.
The details are charted out on a graph and also shown numerically on a table.
You can customize the dates and view your evaluations by hosting, region, or country.
Filters offer different kinds of customizations:
Date range: This filter provides multiple iterations to customize the dates. All the dates
displayed are in UTC. These are your options:
Last 30 days
Last 90 days
This month to date
Year to date
Hosting: You can view the active valuations separately on all your hosting types.
Consequently, you can view the total active valuations from all hosting types as well.
Cloud: The active valuations for all your apps on cloud or for a specific app on cloud.
Server: The active valuations for all your apps on server or for a specific app on server.
Data Center: The active evaluations for all your apps on Data Center or for a specific app
on Data Center.
All sales: The active evaluations on all hosting types for all apps or for a specific app.
Region: You can view the active evaluations in different regions separately. Consequently,
you can view the total active evaluations in all the regions as well.
Americas: This region comprises North America, Central America, South America,
and the Caribbean.
APAC: The Asia-Pacific region includes countries in East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia,
Australia, and the Pacific Islands.
EMEA: This region encompasses countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Unknown: The regions apart from Americas, APAC and EMEA.
Country: You can view the active evaluations in different countries separately. The top three
countries in which your evaluations are active are called out individually and the remaining
are bucketed under others. You can also view the total active evaluations in all the
countries as well.
The evaluations are charted on a time-series graph where the Y-axis is the number of active evaluations.
The graph depicts your evaluations based on the selected filter.
You can group the charts by week or month.
You can also toggle the chart patterns from the three dots on the top right and change them for
Within the table, your data is numerically displayed for all your apps as well as for specific apps.
Clicking on an amount on the table while you’re viewing your evaluations by hosting type will take you
to the Licenses report with those filters applied. For example, if you click on the number of active
evaluations for all your apps in cloud, it will open the Licenses report for all your apps in cloud
and show you all the evaluations that are adding up to that amount.
For information about other terms used in the reports, check out the