Robotic Studio Solution Architecture Recommendations
We had Pega representatives out at our company a few months back, during which time they briefly talked about new-ish architecture recommendations (see attached image). They recommended organizing Pega Studio solutions divided up into separate projects:
- Adapter projects at the first level for each third-party application being interrogated
- Activity projects composing the middle layer
- Controller and/or UI projects at the top layer
Coming from the world of .NET development, I am used to finding reams of code samples online, including full demo solutions, even if only with minimal functionality . However, I have yet to find much like this with Pega/OpenSpan. Does anyone know of any code samples that demonstrate the above architecture recommendations -- even if only comprised of stub projects -- just to demo how the projects are "wired up" together?
It would be great if some Pega moderators could step up, and either provides some links, or put in a request to the Pega development team to provide something like the above.
I've gone through a lot of courses, and have never seen an example of the architectural pattern with a separate activity layer, as indicated in the previous attachment. Could you please provide more specific information on the Pega course entitled "Robotics Proficient"? I don't see any such course name when I search the Pega Academy.
Perhaps, you could provide a link. Thanks for your reply.