Reports built using the Nova Report Builder contain information from from various data sources. For example, reports might contain data related to Microsoft Teams, Yammer, Skype, and more. Additional data sources will be added over time.
A data source is a specific subset of data fields that are collected into a grouping for report creation.
Here’s an example. In the menu, data source categories are shown in blue and the actual data sources are shown in black.
As you see in the image above, data sources are separated into categories. Here’s more about each category:
|Data Source Category||Description|
|Adoption Accelerator||This includes data related to Nova Adoption Accelerator campaigns.|
|Audit Data||This is audit data relating to Office 365.|
|Beacon Log Data|
|Exchange Data||This is data relating to your Exchange environment, including data sources for Mailboxes and user activity.|
|License Data||This is data for your license management in your environment.|
|Mobile Data||This includes data for mobile usage, including devices used by your users and applications downloaded.|
|Office 365 Data||This is data in relation to your Office 365 environment, including Azure groups and members, as well as subscriptions.|
|OneDrive Data||This is data about your OneDrive environment.|
|Other||This includes data about licenses and the System Lookup Service Status.|
|SharePoint Data||This is data about your SharePoint environment.|
|Skype For Business Data||This is data about your Skype for Business environment.|
|Teams Data||This is data about your Teams environment.|
|Test Result Log Data|
|Workload Log Data|
|Yammer Data||This is data about your Yammer environment.|
|User Data||This includes Office 365 user-related data. For example, display names, job titles, location, etc. Here’s an example of a report containing Office 365 user data.|
To see reports using these data sources, click here.