Companies attempting to ride the wave of applications powered by artificial intelligence (AI) have benefited greatly from robotic process automation (RPA). Among the most popular RPA tools is UiPath. Among the UiPath components, UiPath Orchestrator, acts as a hub for the administration of all software and bots. You will know more about the UiPath Orchestrator by the end of this course.
Businesses trying to ride the wave of applications powered by artificial intelligence (AI) have benefited greatly from robotic process automation (RPA). One of the RPA tools with the highest usage is UiPath. One of the UiPath parts, UiPath Orchestrator, acts as a hub for the administration of all software and bots. You will comprehend the UiPath Orchestrator more fully after finishing this session.
- Establishes and keeps the link between the web application and the robots through provisioning.
- Deployment: This step makes sure the appropriate package versions are sent to the designated robots for execution.
- The maintenance and supply of robot settings and procedures are taken care of via configuration.
- Queues: These make sure that the workload is automatically distributed among the robots.
- Monitoring: Controls user rights and records information about robot recognition.
- Logging: An SQL database stores and indexes logs.
- Interconnectivity serves as a focal point of interaction for applications or solutions from outside sources.
The Orchestrator from UiPath is powerful since it can manage the complete fleet of robots. The many use cases include studio, studioX, non-production, attended, unattended, and non-production robots. They are manageable from a single place.
- This kind of robot is activated by user events and works at the same desk as a person. When utilised with attended robots, Orchestrator offers a centralised platform for process deployment and reporting.
- Robots can run unsupervised in virtual environments and automate many different operations. In additional to the Attended Robot features, the Orchestrator is in responsible of a remote execution, management, scheduling, and assistance for task queues.
- Although it has unattended robot abilities, Studio/StudioX should only be connected to Orchestrator for creation-related tasks.
- Unattended robots and non-production robots are both used for development and research exclusively.