Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.
-John Quincy Adams
This is the second Demo of the series “Containerizing Blue Prism” using docker and probably the last one before we deep dive to understand how to set up the same. If you are still with me in this journey, then most probably you are among those few who actually believe in the above quote.
In this demo, we will be using a single Windows Docker Machine as a Master and a Linux docker Machine as a Node. The Windows Docker Machine will host two instances of Blue Prism Servers, and the Linux Machine will host a single instance of SQL Server for Blue Prism DB. As usual, we will interrupt the communication between the BP Servers and Clients and check how robust is the architecture.
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I have more than 14 years of experience in implementations, troubleshooting & developments on various technologies:
1) Blue Prism, UiPath, Nice RPA.
2) Tableau, Power BI, Cognos.
3) Nice Recording solution and Desktop Tagging.
4) Verint WFO & WFM solutions,
5) Avaya AES & PBX systems.
6) Nortel, Genesys & other contact center Products.
I am capable of coding in both high level as well as low-level Programming languages. Have sound knowledge of Linux, Unix & Windows systems. I am also aware of multiple scripting languages which help me to do product customization & modifications.