What is Orchestrator SaaS?
Using Orchestrator SaaS you can run your bots remotely, set up a specific launch schedule, and manage both Orchestrators and workflows. Use its features to easily manage your RPA execution routines, wherever you are, in just a few clicks.
Let us have an overview of this powerful platform, then you can check more detailed walkthrough in the following articles:
Step 2. Publishing bots to Orchestrator
How to access it?
Go to User Portal and click Automation Hub on the navigation menu to expand this option, then click on Orchestrator SaaS. Click on it to see the drop-down list with all its sections, as you can see below:
You find the Orchestrator SaaS tile on the home screen, too:
Interface and features
Orchestrator options are organized in sections: Dashboard, Workflows, Bot Runners, Integrations, Settings, and Multitenancy. Now, check what you can do with each of them.
Use this page to manage general information about Orchestrators, performance, and the activities of your bots.
Note that you can select another Orchestrator by clicking on the drop-down menu located in the top-right corner of the screen.
Here you see the bots you have published to Orchestrator SaaS and control their launch as well as other related information and settings.
You have some possible actions for each bot, as you can see at the end of each row:
Click on the "Play" icon to run that specific workflow, or click the "View Logs" icon to open the Logs page for that specific bot. By clicking this three-dots button to the right, you are able to access the following options:
- "Schedule" — you launch the bot periodically according to a specified amount of time.
- "Copy Webhook Link" — you get a link to trigger the bot execution from a browser or another workflow. Learn more in this article.
- "Delete" — you remove the bot from Orchestrator, but keep it saved on your PC.
Also, select any row from the list to open the Bot Details page, where you find more settings and actions.
On this page you can see the name and description of the bot, so as other information about it. Also, you have options to execute a range of actions. Click on the links below to read more about each of them:
- Send email alerts on failure
- Get a Webhook link
- Collect execution logs automatically
- Collect console logs
- Run the bot
In the "Runs history" tab, you have a list of all the executions of the bot and detailed information, such as:
- Bot Runner, which is the PC from where the bot was executed
- execution status (Success, error, or stopped)
- launch type (manual, API, schedule, Webhook link, etc.)
- the Bot Runner name
You find more options in the Actions column.
Click the board icon to open the "View Logs" page, or hit the exclamation icon to view details about errors in a pop-up screen.
Find more information about the assigned Bot Runners and the workflow schedule on the respective tabs.
On this page, you can see the list of all the instances of the Bot Runner connected to Orchestrator. Check the name of the computer running an instance, the user account used to log in, the status of the listed instances, and more.
You find two features on the Integrations page: Zapier and ElectroNeek API. You can use them to connect to workflows and run your bots through API token. Learn more about how to transfer data to an API-request.
Access this page to rename you Orchestrator.
On the Multitenancy page you can connect to an Orchestrator from another team and generate the access key to grant the other team access to your Orchestrator. Read more about Multitenancy in this article.