Orchestrator provides different tools and interfaces based on the specific responsibilities of the two global user roles: Administrators and End Users. Orchestrator developers also have administrative rights and are responsible for creating workflows and additional applications.


This role has full access to all of the Orchestrator platform capabilities. Basic administrative responsibilities include the following items:

Installing and configuring Orchestrator

Managing access rights for Orchestrator and applications

Importing and exporting packages

Enabling and disabling Web views

Running workflows and scheduling tasks

Managing version control of imported elements

Creating new workflows and plug-ins


This user type has full access to all of the Orchestrator platform capabilities. Developers are granted access to the Orchestrator client interface and have the following responsibilities:

Creating applications to extend the Orchestrator platform functionality

Automating processes by customizing existing workflows and creating new workflows and plug-ins

Customizing Web front ends for automated processes, using Web 2.0 tools.

End Users

This role has access to only the Web front end. End users can run and schedule workflows and policies that the administrators or developers make available in a browser by using Web views.