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Take your simulations to the next level with Lanner's WITNESS.io, a web service offering scalable performance for powering simulation applications and mass experimentation.
Scale your simulation capacity by using Lanner’s RESTful web service WITNESS.io to execute simulation experiments on the cloud. WITNESS.io supports both WITNESS and BPMN 2.0/BPSim models. Submit models and experimentation data to powerful, scalable simulation nodes in the cloud using either the WITNESS.io web portal or a full featured API and let the cloud deliver results data without disrupting your local computing resources.
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Applications no longer need to come packaged with an embedded simulation engine and can instead access this capability using the secure WITNESS.io simulation web service.
Offering scalable simulation power, applications can submit models and experimentation data to the cloud service using a fully functional REST API. WITNESS.io then queues and scales its execution nodes, running simulations in parallel and ensuring results are accessible to the client application in the quickest possible time.
Models can be submitted to the WITNESS.io web service with accompanying data that can be referenced by the model during simulation execution. This can be used to initialise different scenarios or provide models with scheduling information for use during the simulation run.
WITNESS.io is ideal for modellers who wish to submit models and experimentation data for simulation without impacting their personal computing resources. WITNESS or BPMN modellers can access the service via an online portal interface meaning no coding is necessary to run their simulation experiments. To get started modellers, will need register for an account at
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