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Workflow Management (WFM)

This training course covers the entire tool chain for SYNECT Workflow Management, from configuring to executing automated processes. The sections on SYNECT will describe all the tool’s features so that you can use them effectively to automate workflows. The individual tools Workflow Management Starter, Remote Job Starter and Connectors will also be explained.

  • Engineers who want to automate recurring processes for variants such as Continuous integration and Continuous testing
  • Engineers who operate large XIL farms and have to configure them for reproducibility
  • Engineers who want to optimize the complexity of variants and versions in their tool chain
  • Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of the dSPACE tool chain (dSPACE Real-Time Systems or SCALEXIO Training)

  • Set up a SYNECT project as the basis for workflow automation
  • Create a variant model in SYNECT
  • Automate an example workflow in Python
    • Automate a HIL Operator workflow with ControlDesk
  • Create a MATLAB®/Simulink® project
    • Automate variant switching in Simulink
    • Automate the ConfigurationDesk/RTI build process

  • SYNECT
    • SYNECT Base
    • SYNECT Variant Management
    • SYNECT Workflow Management
  • Workflow Management Solution
    • WFM Runner
    • WFM Connectors
  • ConfigurationDesk/RTI
  • ControlDesk

  • Objective and goals of workflow management
  • Introduction to variants and versions
  • Introduction to SYNECT and SYNECT Variant Management
  • Introduction to the general principles of SYNECT Workflow Management
  • Introduction to the WFM Starter
  • Introduction to the WFM Remote Job Starter
  • Introduction to the Workflow Management Python API
  • Introduction to the WFM Connectors
    • MATLAB API
    • Simulink blockset
    • Variant handling in Simulink and MATLAB
  • Working with ConfigurationDesk and ControlDesk by using Workflow Management

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