Pega Robot Manager extends the functionality of robotic process automation (RPA), and this allows you to batch process a large volume of work assignments by using unattended robots with your Pega Platform application.
Each robot belongs to a work group that has an assigned automation package. An automation package is a collection of automations that have been written for your RPA robots. When a robot logs in to Pega Platform, the robot registers itself into a specified work group, retrieves the automation package that is assigned to that work group, loads it, and is then ready to be started by either a user or based on a schedule.
When a robot is started, it continuously fetches assignments from the assignment types (work queues) in a specified work group, runs the automation that is configured for the assignment, and notifies your Pega Platform application when the assignment has been completed.
Implementing an RPA solution inside your Pega Platform application allows your workforce to focus on higher-value, customer-facing work.
- Hotfixes for Pega Robot Manager
- Known issues in Pega Robot Manager
- What's new in Pega Robot Manager
Pega Robot Manager is constantly improving your user experience and the efficiency of your robotic workforce. This article provides a summary of new features and key improvements. Learn about the latest updates to the Pega Robot Manager application.
- Resolved issues in Pega Robot Manager
Learn about resolved issues in the Pega Robot Manager application.
- Getting started with Pega Robot Manager and automations
Manage your robotic workforce with Pega Robot Manager, a centralized control center for robotic automations.
- Installing Pega Robot Manager
Download and import the Pega Robot Manager portal into your application to monitor the performance, health, and throughput of your robotic workforce.
- Updating the Pega Robot Manager version
Benefit from the latest enhancements of Pega Robot Manager and keep current with robotic technologies by updating your Robot Manager application.
- Securing access to Pega Robot Manager
Configure authentication methods based on your security policies to ensure that users and robots can access Pega Robot Manager.
- Managing your organization in Pega Robot Manager
Create and maintain your organizational structure and define individual responsibilities in your Pega Robot Manager application. A well organized hierarchy of departments, users, and roles helps to facilitate meeting your business objectives.
- Reporting in Pega Robot Manager
Monitor and communicate the performance of your robotic workforce to your stakeholders through reports for applications based on Pega Robot Manager.
- Managing robot configuration remotely
Deliver robot configuration updates to multiple machines at one time by modifying Pega Robot Runtime configuration files in Pega Robot Manager.
- Configuring Pega Robot Manager
Pega Robot Manager allows you to manage your RPA robots by starting, stopping, scheduling, and terminating them. You can configure Pega Robot Manager to fully meet the needs of your organization. You can also create and view reports on robot health, exceptions, and usage data.
- Using Pega Robot Manager
Use Pega Robot Manager to: manage and deploy automation packages to both attended robotic desktop automation (RDA) and unattended robotic process automation (RPA); to monitor the performance, health, and throughput of your RPA robots; and to manage the life cycle of your RPA robots, including manually starting and stopping robots, and defining scheduled actions to enable more throughput when the workload is high.
- Changing settings from the Pega Robot Manager interface
Edit multiple settings relating to robot registration, reporting, and configuration from within the Pega Robot Manager user interface.
- Performance and security alerts for Pega Robot Manager
Monitor the health of your robotic automation solution through a set of performance alerts on Pega Diagnostic Cloud.
- Pega Robotic Automation Importer component
With the introduction of the Robot Connector (Rule-Connect-Robot) rule type in Pega Platform, robotic automations are now treated as first-class citizens in the Pega development model.
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