A Pega Platform™ provides four role-based authoring workspaces, referred to as studios. Each workspace provides specific tools and features for application development. By using the appropriate workspace, team members complete tasks by using tools that align with their expertise.
Pega Platform Role-based authoring workspaces:
- App Studio: A low-code workspace designed for business architects, citizen developers and system architects. To learn more about App Studio, see App Studio overview.
- Dev Studio: A low-code workspace with advanced configuration options for technical team members as well as system architects. To learn more about Dev Studio, see Dev Studio overview.
- Prediction Studio: An analytics workspace used by data scientists and business decision-makers. To learn more about Prediction Studio, see Prediction Studio overview.
- Admin Studio: A software administration workspace managed by IT staff for system administration. To learn more about Admin Studio, see Admin Studio overview.
Each studio speeds application development and enhances productivity by providing users role-based functionality.
In the following image, click the + icons to view a screenshot and learn more about each studio:
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In Pega Platform, you can improve productivity by using role-based workspaces. For example, front-end developers can design a web portal in one workspace, such as App Studio, while system administrators switch between App Studio and Admin Studio as they configure advanced deployment functionality and monitor run-time results.
Users can have access to one or more workspaces. When users log in, the system opens the user's default workspace. They can then switch to any other workspace they have security access to use.
Each studio consists of three areas:
- A header
- A navigation pane
- A workspace
In the following image, click the + icons to learn more about each area:
In the navigation pane, you can find multiple tools for developing and navigating through your application:
provides basic information about your application, such as Case Types and Channels.
are visual representations of reusable business processes or work accomplished by your application. For example, employee onboarding or flight booking.
is the information required to process and resolve business cases. For example, employee details needed in a hiring process.
provide ways for users to interact with your application. For example, the interactions can be via a Web Portal or a Mobile Portal.
- Note: For more information about the Reuse Library, see Managing reusable assets in the Reuse Library.
provides a visual representation of reusable assets (Case Types, data, and logic) in the Reuse Library. For example, you can use the Reuse Library to filter data objects by the MyTown application.
are participants interacting with your application to perform various tasks. For example, a Manager or a Customer service representative.
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