Product Training How to Utilize Triggers, Monitors, and Webhooks

This training video explores UAC's triggers, monitors, and webhooks, showcasing their roles in enhancing workload automation through time-based and event-based task initiation, event monitoring, and efficient event-response actions.

Watch the Product Training - How to Utilize Triggers, Monitors, and Webhooks

In this four-minute product training video, explore three key features of Universal Automation Center (UAC) that enhance workload automation: triggers, monitors, and webhooks. This video provides an overview of these features and demonstrates how to set them up within UAC:

  • Triggers initiate tasks based on specified criteria. There are two types: time-based triggers, which launch tasks at scheduled times, and event-based triggers, which respond to specific events like email arrivals or task completions.
  • Monitors observe events and conditions. They can be integrated with triggers to execute tasks upon meeting specified criteria, ensuring efficient workflow management.
  • Webhooks offer a streamlined approach to event monitoring and response. They are ideal for high-demand conditions, acting as both monitor and trigger, and can execute tasks or send data to URLs with minimal runtime impact.

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