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Knowledge Services: UATS System Administrator

Training Course Overview

The Ultimus WebClient is a modern web-based end user environment that allows participants to interact with their process tasks in one place from almost any internet-connected device. The Ultimus Advanced Task Service (UATS) is the service layer between Ultimus BPM Servers and Ultimus WebClient. UATS retrieves, caches, and intelligently streams data to Ultimus WebClient, and from there, Ultimus WebClient efficiently transfers the retrieved business process data to client devices. During the UATS System Administrator Training course, participants will become familiar with the new architecture, will learn how to install and properly configure UATS, and study the different approaches to problem resolution. Participants will also learn about new the benefits and opportunities UATS/WebClient presents, as well as potential risks involved, if any. The training also covers a customized role of UATS Administrator.

Intended Audience

This course is intended for customers or partners who are planning to introduce UATS / Ultimus WebClient into their BPM environment as a new technology.

Prerequisites

Successful completion of the Ultimus Adaptive Suite Fundamentals training course is a must. Experience with Ultimus in a development or production environment is also required. Knowledge and experience with SQL and relational databases, as well as experience in administering Windows servers is also necessary.

Potential Next Steps

After completion of this training course, users can select either advanced training or request a custom course that is tailored to fit their company’s needs.

Main Topics

  • Detailed overview of the UATS architecture
  • Communication chain and licensing options
  • Deployment and operation methodology
  • Confirmation of prerequisites
  • Establishment of prerequisites
  • Installation
  • Confirmation of services
  • UATS configuration part 1
  • System confirmation
  • UATS configuration part 2
  • Operational audit procedures
  • Problem resolution