Product Training Product Update: What's New in UAC 7.6

Join Colin Cocksedge, Director of Product Management at Stonebranch, to see what’s new in UAC 7.6.

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Universal Automation Center (UAC) helps organizations automate, manage, and orchestrate real-time IT tasks and processes across multiple platforms and business applications. UAC version 7.6, launched earlier this month, offers many enhancements that allow you to do so much more. 

  • Workflow customization: new options to initiate and trigger specific segments of your workflows, providing greater control and flexibility in your operations.
  • SLA event monitoring: actively monitor SLA violations, including events such as early starts, early finishes, or late completions, ensuring you stay informed and can act promptly.
  • Optimistic locking: prevent concurrent updates, enhancing data integrity and system reliability.
  • Container-ready: support to build your own Universal Controller container images with examples and configuration examples.
  • Comprehensive enhancements: performance, integration, and security upgrades, designed to optimize your operational efficiency.

Further Reading

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