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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 alpha4.

What’s new?

Process Onboarding UX

Whenever the first process instance of a new process definition is deployed, the user will receive an email with an invitation to create a first default dashboard in Optimize.

Restrict report and dashboard creation to collections

Optimize is structured with entities like reports and dashboards that are created inside and outside of collections. With more and more users creating these entities, this can get messy and hard to govern. With this release, it is now possible to limit “entity-authorized-editors”. These users are the only ones which are authorized to Create, Edit, Copy and Delete Optimize entities, outside of a collection. You can find out more about how to configure this here.

Limiting who can export

Prior to this release, all users have been able to export Reports and Outlier Analyses as CSV files. Now Optimize allows you to restrict this option, or to only allow this for superusers, giving you full control over which users can export data from Optimize. You can find out more about how to configure this here.

Define which users are authorized to download CSVs. Available options: ‘all’, ‘superuser’, ‘none’.

What’s next?

Stay tuned for the 3.9 minor release of Camunda Optimize in October 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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