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.
The latest features currently available in Automation Ops:
Automation pipelines (CI/CD)
Together with source control, pipelines provide an easy way to set up a continuous-integration/continuous-delivery (CI/CD) system to manage the code of automation projects, making development predictable and scalable.
Defining and configuring a deployment is now a guided experience using solutions management in Automation Ops. Choose and configure the processes, queues, assets, and other resources needed by a specific automation and deploy them as a complete solution.
Support for Azure Repos
Building on top of the existing source control capabilities in Automation Ops, we have added support for git repositories using Azure Repos. Your automation code is now available for easy review, whether you store it in GitHub or Azure Repos.
Use a single, simple web portal to manage and implement governance rules based on user profiles.
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.
Integrate your Git repositories to gain control over source code-related activities directly within the UiPath Platform. With the new Source control feature, you can access your GitHub or Azure Repos (currently in preview) repositories, track automation projects across multiple repos, do quick side-by-side reviews, see the commit history, and your projects’ structure and content – all from Automation Ops.
With the new Access control feature, you can allow other team members, such as CoE leads, solution architects, or automation developers to help you establish governance policies, review automation code, manage solutions, and implement CI/CD pipelines.
With more and more activities and automations being developed, managing resources can become a real challenge. Feeds management in Automation Ops offers a centralized way to manage the feeds that store and manage all the code packages required by your automations.
Learn how Automation Ops centralizes the use of governance, source control, feeds management, and solutions management and how you can leverage its capabilities for smoother automation development.
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 & run-time security
Automation pipelines CI/CD
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