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System Overview

ELMA RPA consists of three key components:

  • ELMA RPA Designer. This software is installed on computers and provides a user-friendly interface for modeling and local execution of processes.
  • Orchestrator (ELMA RPA server). This software is for centralized management of the system, planning and monitoring the execution of tasks. Before you start working, activate it.
  • ELMA RPA Bot. This software is installed both on PCs and specially dedicated machines to run processes by tasks.

Technology stack

Client core

  • .NET 5.0
  • OpenCV 4.4.0
  • Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable
  • Newtonsoft Json 12.0.3
  • Serilog 3.0.1
  • NJsonSchema 10.1.4
  • CefGlue/Chromium v86

Server core

  • Docker Engine 20.10
  • Envoy Proxy 1.15.0
  • PostgreSQL 11.9
  • Go 1.15.8

Designer of RPA processes

  • ECMAScript 5
  • VueJS v2.6.12
  • Node JS 12.16.0

In general, the scheme of the ELMA RPA system looks like this:

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ELMA RPA server contains the following components:

  1. Orchestrator. Service that receives tasks from external systems and distributes them among connected RPA robots.
  2. Repository of processes. Service that stores processes and their versions. Each user can create their own personal space for storing local versions of processes.
  3. Repository of contexts. Service for storing and issuing incoming or outgoing context to an RPA robot by token.
  4. Service for synchronizing data. Service for synchronizing data between distributed ELMA RPA servers.
  5. Administration console. Web service with a graphical interface that allows you to manage ELMA RPA server.
  6. Service for storing processes that are received from external systems. Service for receiving and storing RPA processes from external systems.

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