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Cyclops 3.2.0 released!

The latest update to the open source Cyclops Framework, part of our ongoing work to advance metering and monetization across cloud platforms, brings yet more new features and improvements:

  • Small fixes to the versioning/rollback features
  • New estimation and forecasting engine

The new forecasting engine is now built into Cyclops’ UDR service and can generate individual or global usage forecasts and cost/revenue estimates based on the existing usage data and be used to evaluate new pricing models.

A full-featured CLI client for the forecasting engine was also created to make using the new functionality more intuitive.

Here is a peek at the forecasting in action:

Generation of an activity pattern-based charge forecast with the forecasting CLI
Generation of an activity pattern-based charge forecast with the forecasting CLI

Cyclops 3.1.0 is here!

We are announcing the latest release of the open source Cyclops framework, as part of our ongoing work to advance metering and monetization across cloud platforms, bringing improvements and new capabilities:

  • Improved error-handling
  • More meaningful logs, now able to identify errors more effectively and provide more information on generated records
  • Rule checkpointing, with the ability to roll coin rules back using git versioning and re-create affected records
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