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CamundaCon 2018: How to combine Camunda with RPA (Camunda)

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CamundaCon 2018: How to combine Camunda with RPA (Camunda)

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Presented by Michael Ferber

Robotic Process Automation (also known as RPA) is a much-hyped technology, and the underlying value proposition is indeed compelling. The ability to automate tedious, manual tasks such as data entry that must be completed using legacy software systems with no API can (at least in the short-term) provide enterprises with measurable benefits.

RPA products play an important role in processes but serve as a building block. Using RPA products in isolation carries the risk of not having control of the process as a whole. Camunda BPM can work side-by-side with your RPA tool to ensure that you benefit from RPA in process execution without losing sight of the overall process.

In this tutorial, we will see a live demo of Camunda BPM playing together with one or more RPA products in order to orchestrate a business process end-to-end, and discuss the respective technical architecture.

Presented by Michael Ferber

Robotic Process Automation (also known as RPA) is a much-hyped technology, and the underlying value proposition is indeed compelling. The ability to automate tedious, manual tasks such as data entry that must be completed using legacy software systems with no API can (at least in the short-term) provide enterprises with measurable benefits.

RPA products play an important role in processes but serve as a building block. Using RPA products in isolation carries the risk of not having control of the process as a whole. Camunda BPM can work side-by-side with your RPA tool to ensure that you benefit from RPA in process execution without losing sight of the overall process.

In this tutorial, we will see a live demo of Camunda BPM playing together with one or more RPA products in order to orchestrate a business process end-to-end, and discuss the respective technical architecture.

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CamundaCon 2018: How to combine Camunda with RPA (Camunda)

  1. 1. How to combine Camunda with RPA Michael Ferber
  2. 2. RPA is a hype topic
  3. 3. RPA can help, if you don’t have an API 3 Legacy Application User Interface RPA Product
  4. 4. Example: Let’s integrate RPA with Camunda
  5. 5. Legacy Application
  6. 6. UIPath Flow
  7. 7. UIPath Orchestrator: New Camunda request in queue
  8. 8. Cockpit: Waiting for the robot to finish
  9. 9. UI Path Orchestrator: Robot execution finished
  10. 10. Cockpit: Message from robot received
  11. 11. RPA can make sense, if part of an integrated business process 11 https://blog.camunda.com/post/2018/08/workfusion-rpa-with-external-tasks/
  12. 12. Use the full feature set of BPMN with RPA
  13. 13. Example: Let’s integrate RPA with Camunda
  14. 14. Workfusion Studio
  15. 15. Workfusion Control Tower No REST-API available
  16. 16. External task worker in Workfusion
  17. 17. Cockpit: External task finished
  18. 18. Summary What RPA is • Software tools for automating the interaction with user interfaces. • A solution for integrating legacy applications without any API. Integration of RPA with Camunda • is possible • Either via technical API of the RPA solution • or as external client if RPA solution has no own technical API The value of integrating RPA & Camunda • Full automation for workflows that have to integrate closed legacy apps • Increased reliability of RPA flow by using the power of BPMN

Notas del editor

  • So why shoulf I do this? Because I have legacy applications that do not have any API (not SOAP, REST or antyhing else)

    So it‘s a way to get data in and out of this legacy system by simulating the steps a employee would do when he/she sits in fron of the screen.

    And this is where the assiciation wih the robots comes froms. It‘s about running these macros automatically with an RPA tool.

    So in these cases people use this as a workarround.
  • So we see the value of RPA when you use it in a holistic autmaoted business process as an adaper to get data out and into a legacy system that has no API available

    And then you evenhave hybrid scenrios where you use an RPA tool for one system, APIs for other apps and also integrato microservices or human tasks

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