Question2Replies66Views×Close popoverFranika Maggie (Maggie) Hexaware Technologies Pvt ltd Hexaware Technologies Pvt ltd IN View Profile Maggie Member since 2018 7 posts Hexaware Technologies Pvt ltd Posted: January 20, 2020Last activity: January 20, 2020Posted: 20 Jan 2020 2:13 ESTLast activity: 20 Jan 2020 8:05 EST Is Pega robotics deployment portal & robot manager are same ?Hi.. Where do we use pega deployment portal and where do we use robot manager ?what is the difference between both ? DevOps Robotic Process Automation ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 11 months agoPosted: 20 Jan 2020 3:24 EST×Close popoverKhusbu Choudhary (chouk1) PEGA System Architect Pegasystems Inc. IN View Profilechouk1 PEGA replied to MaggieHI, Hope this article explains: https://community1.pega.com/community/pega-support/question/deployment-portal-vs-robot-manager Regards. Posted: 11 months agoPosted: 20 Jan 2020 8:05 EST×Close popoverBhabani Shankar Jena (Bhabani_Jena) Boubyan Bank Sr. RPA Consultant Boubyan Bank KW View ProfileBhabani_Jena Boubyan Bank replied to MaggieHi , I would note down point wise for better understanding-- Pega Robotics deployment portal are outdated as of now. The deployment portal was serving as a repository for Automation packages . Now this is achieved by the combination of Robot Manager and Package Server. Robot Manager - is used for monitoring all the runtime robots assign the packages change deployment levels , and many more.. 5. Package Server is used - to deploy the Automation Package ( .openspan & .manifest ) files when deployed from the Studio, the package gets published to Package server and the Automation metadata is published to Robot Manager Thus the package management/distribution is done through Robot manager. Each time runtime launches, it queries the Robot manager metadata , to compare if a latest version/package is available , if so , it pulls the latest package and runs.