Simio Portal Edition

Cloud Computing

Unlimited Number of Viewers

Publish and Share Simulation and Scheduling Results

Simio Portal

See how Simio is bringing simulation and scheduling to the Cloud!

Simio Portal Edition - Cloud Computing

Simio Portal Edition brings the power of Simio simulation to the Cloud. With this Edition, you can publish and share simulation and scheduling results over the web. Custom designed reports and interactive management dashboards can be used to communicate the results of your plan. The results can be accessed using a standard web browser or touch enabled mobile devices such as tablets, with no software required.

You can also use the Simio Portal to create and rapidly execute your simulation experiments. It will assign a separate processor to each simulation replication across all scenarios. As a result the software will execute the entire experiment in the time it would normally take to run a single replication. For the first time you can now execute large experiments with blazing speed.

The Simio Portal Edition is provided as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) using Microsoft’s highly scalable, reliable, and secure Azure platform. This lets you leverage the power of a massively scalable network of computers without the costs and complications of installing and managing complex server hardware or software.  Simply login to your account and access the power of the Simio Portal.

Models can be built using any of the Simio desktop modeling products. However for maximum flexibility in building custom reports and dashboards we recommend the Simio Professional Edition or Simio RPS Edition of Simio desktop.

The Simio Portal Edition license includes an unlimited number of free users who can view simulation results. Viewing and other privileges are managed by one or more Administrators that you set up for your account. Each Experimenter requires a separate license which can be reassigned at any time by your Administrator. Experimenters can define and execute experiments across the scalable number of simulation processors available, and then published selected results for viewing.