While Desktop Analytics provides valuable insights that help you prepare your next Windows 10 Servicing upgrade cycle, it is by no means an adequate tool to manage your migration. Compare it head-to-head with Juriba's powerful IT Transformation platform, Dashworks, to see what you are missing.
Enterprise IT organizations are required to constantly perform application compatibility analysis (e.g., against each new Windows 10 release). In order to assist with this, Microsoft released a new service called Desktop Analytics. However, the upgrade to the previously released Upgrade Readiness tool has significant limitations. Desktop Analytics is an inventory tool that relies on telemetry data and therefore provides additional application compatibility for common applications only. It also has a very basic user interface and very limited functionality for project command and control.
Juriba Dashworks on the other hand is a full project command and control platform for managing every element of your Windows 10 Servicing process that relies on data sources from multiple systems. In addition, Juriba Dashworks contains an optional Application Manager module which provides automated smoke and functional testing of any application in use at the organization against their image of the next Windows 10 service update. It can also consume Desktop Analytics data as one of the data inputs - so you won't miss out on anything.