Release Notes: This version adds granular user access controls to the Flux Operations Console and generally extends enterprise class workload automation capabilities. It builds on Flux's overall ease of use, enhances security and control, improves promotion and migration capabilities, and adds interface flexibility with a RESTful Web Services API.
Release Notes: You can now edit variables directly through the Operations Console. Select the workflow in the Web-based Flux Operations Console and click edit. Operations staff can change job data stored in variables or edit action properties. Any changes made to the running workflow can be saved back to the Flux engine. Permissions can be added to users and roles to restrict which variables users can edit in workflows. The Swing-based Designer is now Java 1.6 compatible.
Release Notes: This release brings a suite of visual tools to Java application developers and the IT operations staff who manage the applications built by those developers. It also includes support for Service Level Agreements (SLAs), file transfers using FTP over SSL (FTPS), a repository for storing pre-defined workflows, and skipping failed tasks within a workflow. The new suite of visual tools includes a file transfer progress monitor as well as reporting for average runtimes and estimated end times for workflows, execution history of workflows, and metric reports summarizing workflow statistics.
Release Notes: Ajax has been added to the Web-based operations console for graphically monitoring jobs and workflows in near-real-time. Agents have been added to allow system processes to be executed on remote computers, to increase overall system throughput and to allow processes to run on computers that contain unique resources. BPM functionality has been added to allow owners to be configured on a business process to provide process status visibility.
Release Notes: New BPM features, including support for routing business processes to supervisory and subordinate employees within an organization. For example, purchase requisitions exceeding a certain threshold can be routed to a supervisor for approval. A new Web-based Operations Console, which allows software developers and IT administrators to monitor and control business processes, workflows, and jobs. New Workflow features, including support for various scripting languages (BeanShell, etc.) and sub-workflows.