Privileged Task Automation

Single powerful interface to configure the ability of network business flows with dynamic and extendable command sets.

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How Privileged Task Automation (PTA) Works?

Single Connect Privileged Task Automation (PTA) can be used to support a number of scenarios or the combination of these alternatives.

How Privileged Task Automation (PTA) Works?
Simplified Management & Operation

To fulfill the daily routines and complex service activation requirements using the Designer and Player modules of PTA is the most common scenario. The PTA Designer module is a powerful tool to design and create service provider specific workflows which consist of pre-check, execution, post-check and rollback components consecutively. By the help of its visual design pane an operator can easily create a multivendor service activation tool by using the required commands in the modules above and connecting them according to their execution order to build a workflow for a specific purpose.

One other important scenario is using the custom designed workflows that are created by Krontech professional services. In this scenario Krontech engineers work closely with the service provider’s network teams to analyze the requirements and build a custom service activation tool that completely fits the service provider’s needs.

Apart from the above alternatives that covers the complex service activation requirements Single Connect PTA can be positioned as an easy-to-use troubleshooting tool.

The Command Builder Module perfectly fits to the first-line network operations and support teams with its easy to implement interfaces to create and use one-line troubleshooting and monitoring commands.

The last option is using Single Connect PTA with the different combinations of the alternatives above. The Designer and Player modules, custom designed workflows and Command Builder Module can be used in a Single Connect PTA environment to cover different teams’ requirements.