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Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to DecisionRules to take advantage of the scalability, reliability, and agility of Azure to drive application development and shape business strategies.
We have recently introduced our first sample application which is a simple travel insurance calculator. Today we shall look at how it works in detail.
DecisionRules is a versatile business tool capable of dealing with complex tasks. To illustrate this, we are presenting a DecisionRules Rubik's cube solver!
Eager to see some real-life application of DecisionRules? You finally can! We are introducing DecisionRules Sample Applications.
Solving rules is one thing. But imagine that you could access the history of the rule solver and monitor its activity with BI tools. Well, as of now, you can.
DecisionRules is constantly improving its collection of advanced functions which can be used for custom computation within decision tables and decision trees. In this article, we shall look at a specific and very useful type of functions treating arrays.
Our customers often ask us which decision rule type to use. Clearly, the right choice is important and can save you a headache.
Decision Tree is the fourth way of rule definition within DecisionRules, which takes the game to a new different level.
If you run your own infrastructure in a private cloud with one of the larger operators such as AWS or Azure, you may have noticed some time ago came support for ARM64 processors.
We are bringing a series of articles describing the application of DecisionRules to real-world situations. In this article, we present a case from the financial world.
Decision Tables and Scripting Rules are strong tools for decision making, but they can be even stronger when working together.
DecisionRules is well accessible and stable thanks to the so-called Global Load Balancer. In this article, you can find out a little more about how it works.