Happy China’s National Day Holiday! We are glad to announce EnOS 126.96.36.199 release (September 30, 2019), coming with a bunch of new capabilities!
Highlights in EnOS 188.8.131.52 Release:
Data Science & Machine Learning Capability Extension
We’ve integrated another leading data science software, Jupyter, to enrich our capability in data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, as well as to support more programming languages (Python2.x, Python3.x, R kernels).
As another step to commercialization, we’ve added support of Data Exploration Sandbox, which allows you to consume and release analytics resource on demand.
EnOS Edge Platform Capabilities
To extend the application scenario of EnOS Edge while reducing our clients’ total cost for IoT solution adoption, we’ve inherited the following capabilities from EnOS Cloud to enable time critical applications to run on the edge, making edge an on-site platform:
EnOS Device Management Enhancements
· Delayed Triggering of Asset Alerts: To support scenarios where alerts are not triggered until abnormality sustains for a specified duration instead of being immediately triggered, we’ve enhanced alert service to support setting alert triggering delay.
· Management of Logical Asset (non-device asset): we’ve enhanced asset management to support managing non-device / logical assets such as sites, buildings, solar-type-of-assets out of the asset tree.
To enhance the experience of our clients using multiple applications, we shipped the initial release of EnOS Application Portal in June 2019, which is a centralized access management and login portal for multiple applications registered on EnOS. Consisted of a management console and application portal, EnOS Application Portal provides a One Product experience for enterprise and organization users with centralized and hierarchical management of applications based on users, roles, organization structure, applications, and asset permissions. Since the first release, we’ve added a couple of new features to meet more complex business scenarios, such as application shortcuts to enable virtual applications, the message center, SSO, and importing group users.
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