Homepage, displayed by default after logging in to Cloud Portal, enables you quickly access your already created Orchestrator services, view organization telemetry data, and learn information about the components you need in order to start your automation journey. Accessible through the Home menu item, the page displays information about the usage trend of your existing licenses, and how they are distributed across services.
The Orchestrator services belonging to your Cloud Platform account are displayed along with information about the last time they were updated and their current status:
- Green - Service is available. Click its name to access the Orchestrator service in the same browser window.
- Orange - Service is provisioning. Wait a few moments until it becomes available to access it.
- Red - Service is unavailable. You can't access it at the moment.
Click Manage to be redirected to the Services page, where you can edit the Orchestrator services if you have the required permissions.
The License Usage Trend section displays consumed versus allocated licenses of each type - Robots, Studios or Other Services. If you want to assess whether there's room for maximizing licensing efficiency, you have the possibility to consult historical licensing data.
The License Usage Trend section enables you to:
- view the maximum number of licenses of each type used concurrently;
- filter out data by selecting a license type;
- adjust the time interval as desired - show last 7 days, last 30 days, last 60 days, or last 90 days.
Please note that the graph is only populated for Robots that executed jobs, otherwise No data to display is displayed. It takes one day for the license usage information to be displayed here.
Keep an eye on the distribution of available versus allocated licenses of each type with the help of the donut charts. Note that a license is allocated if it belongs to a service.
There are charts for every license type, displaying the total number of licenses available in your organization versus the total number of licenses allocated to services:
- Robots - for Attended Robots, Unattended - Runtime and Non-Production - Runtime licenses
- Studios - for Studio - Named User and StudioX - Named User licenses
- Other Services - for AI Robots and GPUs licenses.
The example above displays the default distribution of licenses of Robots for the Community plan, where you get one service and all the Robot licenses are allocated by default to that one service.
If you've upgraded your licensing plan, you might want to create another service, allocating some of the existing licenses to it. In this case, you can change your license distribution. The resulting Distributed Licenses section might look like this:
The section displayed on the right side of the page offers you a quick overview of the various components of Cloud Platform, their capabilities, links for download and documentation:
- Studio - this subsection provides links to download the latest Community Edition version. Head to the Resource Center page to choose the desired Enterprise Edition version.
- Robot - this subsection provides links to the Robot guide, as well as to the instructional video teaching you how to connect your Robot to your Orchestrator service in order to run your workflows built in Studio.
Updated 13 days ago