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The Architecture Feature Set explores the atributes of seven key areas, these being; supported infastructure,scalability, communications, recovery and resilience, security, extensibility, and deployment options. It has been recognized that an Intelligent Process Automation product’s architecture was an inherent component of all other feature scets. This gives context to a range of impactful differences such as cloud versus desktop deployment models and static versus clastic resource provisioning.
2.1.2 Configuration, Build, Test The Configuration, Build, and Test Feature Set includes capabilities to develop and test configured automations. This includes such things as object libraries, available commands, graphical configuration environment, exception handling prolocols, requirements descriptions, configuration build documentation,debugging, management of test environments, access and security, credential, and user definition.
2.1.3 Orchestration The Orchestration Feature Set describes the product’s capabilitics that consume sequencing logic, static and conditional business rules, internal or extemal predictive and prescriptive analytics (ML) and gather current state target systems information to properly coordinate all necessary tasks to complete a series of processes,and their associated transactions.
2.1.4 Management The Management Feature Set describes the abilities to: 1) centrally control tasks 1 processes, provide access control to a varicty of system resources such as tasks, devices and administrative duties, while ensuring availability of the platform; 2) manage central storage of tasks, system workload and performance, resourcebehavior, licensing and user behavior; and 3) enable visibility of execution platform resources and processes, manage schedules, alerts, and log all aspects of automation.
2.1.5 Execution The Exccution Feature Set describes the sct of functions available in the product’s run-time environment that govern how a configured automation carries out its intended sequence of actions in the production sofware environment. This includes such things as: accessing target applications through a graphical user interface or application program interface, screen objeet recognition, consumption of pre-configured tasks and business logic, human atended process input, execution run-time logging, and exception handling and notifcation.
2.1.6 Intelligence The Intelligence Fcature Set evaluates the platform’s ability to consume and apply learning or prediction capabilities to aid in the orchestration of configured automations without being configured with each specific instruction or conditional business rule. This includes abilities to incorporate process-specifc data and capabilities to automatically generate and select high performing machine leaning (ML) models, inspect results, and make decisions.IEEE 27551 pdf download.