So, what’s new with 6.8?
Improved Studio Usability: Making life easier for process developers, 6.8 delivers a host of enhancements to the Studio tab and the underlying Object and Process Studio to improve the experience when working in these areas – particularly when there are large numbers of objects and processes.
Windows Authentication support: This enhancement allows data gateways to be deployed into Blue Prism from databases that are secured exclusively with Windows Authentication. Previously, data gateways could only interact with databases that were configured to allow use of SQL Native Authentication. From 6.8 onwards, data gateways can now be used with Blue Prism databases secured with either SQL Native or Windows Authentication.
Enhanced SSO Options: A new multi-authentication deployment mode provides the ability to configure a single deployment of Blue Prism which can be configured to allow authentication using either/or Blue Prism Native or Active Directory single sign-on authentication on a user-by-user basis.
German language support: Blue Prism globalization efforts now support German accessed through the “Change Language” menu when signing into Blue Prism. This brings Blue Prism’s language support to five: English, Japanese, simplified Chinese, French and German.
What’s new with the Blue Prism ROM?
- Expanded content offering and ROM guidance with examples and models for organizational design
- Enhanced cultural adoption guidance
- Additional Governance advice and best-practice offerings related to security and control over the software and Digital Workforce—i.e., risk management and change management
- New guidance and advice regarding data, data storage, virtualization, the Cloud, integration, and communication