Ultimus is happy to announce the release of Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite 8.4
Release of Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite 2014 R1
As part of our Enterprise Solution Strategy, Ultimus has changed the numbering format for its Ultimus 8 product line, moving away from the 8.x naming convention.
Ultimus is pleased to announce that Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite 2014 R1, the latest Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite 8 version, is now available.
As part of our Enterprise Solution Strategy, Ultimus has decided to change the numbering format for its Ultimus 8 product line, moving away from the former 8.x naming convention.
Ultimus 2014 R1, the direct successor of Ultimus 8.4, has no technological, architectural, or usage breaks with its predecessor. In other words, Ultimus 2014 R1 has no migration requirements when upgrading from Ultimus 8.4.
Ultimus 2014 contains many innovations that allow Ultimus-based solutions to incorporate benefits of the Ultimus Solution Framework technologies. In addition, Ultimus 2014 contains various usability and quality improvements, as well as provides support for the most recent Microsoft technologies.
New enhancements of Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite 2014 R1 include
- native support for the new Ultimus Advanced Task Service (UATS) with Ultimus WebClient 3.0, as well as upcoming 2014 releases of these technologies;
- the foundation for tracking (Audit and Logging) of configuration and system changes in Ultimus administrative modules, starting with Ultimus Process Administrator, Ultimus System Administrator, and Ultimus Director;
- BPM Studio Configuration enhancements, including the ability for BPM Studio Configuration to work remotely, login dialog for BPM Studio Configuration, and login via LDAP;
- enhancements for process-level configuration to archive/delete completed incidents;
- additional checks in process publishing to prevent data corruption (when upgrading from existing versions);
- ASCII Flobot enhancements with the addition of new delimiters to support out-of-the-box CSV export;
- EIK enhancements, e.g., retrieval of ‘playback’ data for incidents;
- resolutions for previously reported customer issues; and
- support for new additional Microsoft technologies such as IE11, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2.