Pega Robot Manager
Pega Robot Manager™ extends the functionality of robotic process automation (RPA), which 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. Automation packages are collections of automations that have been written for your RPA robots. When a robot logs in to Pega Platform, it registers itself into a defined work group, retrieves the automation package that is assigned to that work group, loads it, and becomes ready to be started by a user or a schedule.
When a robot is started, it continuously fetches assignments from shared assignment types within a specified work group, runs the automation that is configured on 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.
To download Pega Robot Manager from Pega Marketplace, see the Pega Robot Manager page.
- Getting started with Pega Robot Manager and automations
Manage your robotic workforce with Pega Robot Manager, a centralized control center for robotic automations.
- Exploring new features and enhancements of Pega Robot Manager
Learn about the latest updates to the Pega Robot Manager application.
- 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.
- Upgrading Pega Robot Manager
Benefit from the latest enhancements of Pega Robot Manager and keep current with robotic technologies by upgrading your Pega Robot Manager application.
- Configuring Pega Robot Manager
Pega Robot Manager allows you to manage your RPA robots; start, stop, terminate and schedule them. You can configure it to suit the needs of your organization. You can also create and view reports on robot health, exceptions and usage data.
- Configuring authentication for Pega Robot Manager
Configure authentication requirements for user roles before creating users in Pega Robot Manager.
- Creating, editing, and viewing reports in Pega Robot Manager
The reporting feature in Pega Robot Manager extends the capabilities offered by Pega Platform, so that you can create, edit, and view reports from applications that include Pega Robot Manager in their application stack. These reports can cover health, exceptions, or usage data collected from Pega Robot Runtime.
- Managing Runtime configuration files
Pega Robot Manager provides the capability to manage your Runtime configuration files from a centralized location. You can easily customize your configuration options for both attended and unattended robots, and associate different configurations with different applications.
- 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), monitor the performance, health, and throughput of your RPA robots; and manage the life cycle of your RPA robots, including manual start and stop, 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 the Pega Robot Manager user interface.
- Pega Robot Manager authentication mechanisms
Pega Robot Manager supports Basic authentication, OAuth 2.0 with SAML bearer, and Kerberos to authenticate client requests from Pega Robotic Automation Studio and Pega Robotic Automation Runtime.
- Performance and security alerts for Pega Robot Manager
Keep the health of your robotic automation solution in check through a set of performance alerts on Pega Diagnostic Cloud.
- Pega Robotic Automation Importer component
The introduction of the Robot Connector (Rule-Connect-Robot) rule type in Pega Platform marks the arrival of robotic automations as a first-class citizen in the Pega development model.