Release date: 23 May 2022
Automation Suite 2022.4.0 is now available.
Release date: 9 May 2022
You now have the ability to predict future values for your automation KPIs through Forecasting. You can configure widgets to predict future data based on past values.
Insights allows for developers to add business-critical data that customers want to include in their Dashboards. You are no longer limited to using the pre-defined fields already supported by the Insights data model, and you can now use custom log fields to gain valuable insight into your business metrics.
Common fields are not yet supported.
You can now configure a variety of log options for your processes. You can now choose to ingest all logs for a specific process, or ingest only last logs and Error logs for specific processes. Alternatively, you can choose to exclude any log ingestion for a process. This will help store data for a longer duration.
You can now assign and manage group roles in Insights. As an Insights Administrator , you can assign user roles through Active Directory groups or Orchestrator groups.
To assign users to Insights, see User and group access management.
Previously, when a queue was shared with other folders, Insights could only report on the original folder that the queue was created in. We have released support for reporting on the queue in the context of the folder where the queue item was executed.
For more information, see Insights Queues.
We removed the
Analytics Data and
Output dimensions from Queues to improve performance. These pre-defined fields make use of JSON outputs for Dashboard configuration.
You can still create Dashboards using these fields in a manner that fits your business metrics, by configuring Custom Variables.
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This version of Insights is available in two deployment models:
- standalone Insights
- Insights service which is part of Automation Suite
The product is similar enough across deployment types to share the same documentation.
But differences do exist. When certain information applies to only one of the deployments, we use the following labels:
- - only applies to standalone Insights and does not apply to Automation Suite Insights.
- - only applies to Automation Suite Insights and does not apply to standalone Insights.
Whenever there is no label, the information applies to both deployment types.
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