From the CoE down to citizen developers, automation is happening all over your enterprise. And that’s a good thing. But an even better thing is to have a management console to keep automation happening right. Get it right now, right out of the box, with UiPath Automation Ops.
Use a single, simple web portal to manage and implement governance rules based on user profiles.
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Avoid unnecessary intrusions or restrictions on users while ensuring effective governance. Get easy ways to customize organization policies and tailor rules for groups and individuals.
Get centralized control over what’s being automated, and how—with tools that let you set acceptable feeds, packages, widgets, and activities and restrict the applications and URLs that can be automated.
Tight connections with Studio, StudioX, and UiPath Assistant let you safely deploy large instances. This gives your IT department oversight and control, and your users the freedom to build and run great automations.
With more and more activities and automations being developed, managing and keeping track of these resources can become a real challenge. The new Feeds management feature in Automation Ops is here to help administrators:
View details about the packages available in feeds
Manage the packages and package versions available in Orchestrator
Manage package feeds at the tenant and folder level.
Add custom feeds, manage the packages and package versions, and deploy them as external feeds to Orchestrator tenants.
Copy specific activity package versions from the UiPath Official and Marketplace feeds to Orchestrator or custom library feeds.
Deep dives on enhanced capabilities of the automation platform for scaling enterprises.
Building automations might be simpler and more intuitive than traditional software—but ensuring quality, re-use, and security for an enterprise-wide automation development program requires the DevOps-like management tools built into Automation Ops.
Design time security
In just a few years, automation has gone from being an experiment that a company might try to being an integral part of the way companies think, develop, and deploy processes.
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