IBM Operational Decision Manager Alternatives

    IBM Operational Decision Manager is described as 'Automate and govern repeatable decisions' and is an app in the Online Services category. There are seven alternatives to IBM Operational Decision Manager for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, .NET Framework, SaaS and Mac. The best alternative is Drools, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like IBM Operational Decision Manager are DecisionRules.io (Freemium), Hyperon (Paid), Roobrick (Paid) and NebriOS (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jan 10, 2021

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • JBoss
      A business logic integration platform which provides a unified and integrated platform for rules, workflow and event processing
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      karankumar1 it's open source and provide good features
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    1. Business rule engine that lets you create and deploy business rules, while all your rules run in a secure and scalable cloud. Unlike other rule engines, you can create your first rule in 5 minutes and make 100k decisions in a minute via API.
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      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      Hyperon is a BRMS, that was created with very large decisions and hyper-performance in mind. It stands out with the concept of the business domain which organizes the whole configuration in easy to manage way.
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    2. Roobrick is the best way to assess all kinds of things, from school assignment rubrics to comparing choices of an important decision. Share assessment criteria and assessments. Generate reports with vizualisations.
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    3. Build Python/Django process-driven workflow web apps for browsers or mobile devices. Start with loads of pre-built rules, or author your own rules in pure Python.


    4. SRE (Simple Rule Engine) is a lightweight forward chaining inference rule engine for .NET. Its 'simple' because of the simplicity in writing and understanding the rules written in XML, but this 'simple' engine can solve complex problems.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      • .NET Framework
      Download NxBRE. NxBRE is a lightweight Business Rule Engine (aka Rule Based Engine) for the .NET platform, composed of a forward-chaining inference engine and an XML-drive
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