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We’re excited to announce a new release of Camunda Optimize.

Camunda Optimize provides business activity monitoring for workflows, supporting continuous process improvement by providing transparency into your automated workflows and decisions. Business-friendly reports, dashboards, and alerts make it possible to identify process bottlenecks, improve end-to-end processes, and evaluate the success of your process automation initiative.

In the rest of this post, we’ll highlight some of the new capabilities introduced in Optimize 3.9.0 alpha3.

What’s new?

Ease of adding new reports to dashboard

Reports are added to dashboards to design an individual overview of the performance of your processes. Adding reports to dashboards was already possible with previous versions of Optimize, but now we’ve reduced the number of steps to do so from seventeen to 7.

Multi-arch Docker image of Optimize 

There is a trend of new computer hardware on desks and for the cloud shifting to ARM architectures. Running Non-ARM docker images on these ARM architectures is possible with emulators, but it is very resource expensive, pretty slow and some docker images do not run at all. Starting with this release we will provide Multi-Arch images, providing one image offering the same great Optimize experience on ARM and Non-ARM based systems. 

What’s next?

Stay tuned for our next alpha release of Camunda Optimize 3.9.0 alpha4 in September 2022! 

How to get it

Not a user yet? Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Camunda Platform 8

If you are a user of Camunda 7 – Enterprise Edition and want to try Optimize, you can download the release with your customer credentials. 

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