New IBM DOC 4.0.1 Release!
New IBM Decision Optimization Center 4.0.1 Release!
In December 2019, together with IBM, DecisionBrain delivered Decision Optimization Center (DOC) 4.0.0, a brand-new platform to build, deploy and maintain fully scalable prescriptive analytics solutions, based on open-source and modern technologies, to quickly create high-ROI.
One year has passed, after a lot of effort and working hours, today DecisionBrain is glad to inform you that DOC 4.0.1
is now available!
This new version comes with a set of new features that facilitates users’ experience. Users have more visibility on run tasks, more freedom and flexibility with the user interface widgets and extensibilities, and the possibility to integrate python engines. These new features are:
Describe your data processing flow and integrate it easily within your dashboards.
Fine-grain permission and access rights
The user can easily control and edit what scenarios, visualization, and interactions are accessible on a per-role basis. These permissions can have different specifications, for example for a certain task, it is possible to specify whether the user can view, delete, execute, access, etc.
Safely edit data in a click. Keep track of the data edits that have been done (change values, delete or add new rows) with the possibility to discard or validate the changes.
No more editing conflicts, allow for multiple users to collaborate on the same scenario and provide an easy way to solve editing conflicts if they occur, with the possibility to review the conflict error and decide to keep it or discard it.
Support for very large tables (User Interface and data processing).
It’s now possible to also integrate your Python engines and benefit from the decision support capabilities of DOC.
The end goal of DOC is to facilitate the process of making optimization actionable in the hands of business users, check the full documentation and release notes.
To get familiarized with DOC take a look at our article: IBM Decision Optimization Center 4.0: Optimization at Business Users’ Fingertips. Stay up to date with our new releases on our news pages.
About the Author
Giulia Burchi is a Sr. Business Analyst with DecisionBrain. She brings extensive experience delivering advanced planning, scheduling, and workforce optimization solutions to organizations with large or distributed teams. She holds a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Bologna in Italy.