Ports and Protocols requirements - Dataflow

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Ports and Protocols requirements - Dataflow

Overview

Automation Service executes your processes and delivers them to the desktops and mobiles of every business user.

 

This section presents complementary information to understand the Dataflow of an Automation Service. That is, the movement of data from Bizagi to internal and external systems. Depending on the features used, the list of ports and protocols that should be enabled for a successful connection between Automation Service and your infrastructure is defined below.

 

Dataflow

The dataflow is represented by the image below:

 

dataflow02

 

Ports used by Automation Service

The following table illustrates all the ports mentioned in the dataflow. All the ports use TCP protocol.

 

PORT

SERVICE / PROTOCOL

PURPOSE

USED BY

123

POP3

Email integration

Email Server

389

LDAP

User Authentication

Active directory Server

443

HTTPS

Customers Access

Bizagi Server

Connection with systems by REST

Other environments

Connection with systems by SOAP

Other environments

ECM integration

ECM Server

Redirect traffic to an endpoint

Firewall

SAP Cloud Platform integration

SAP Cloud Platform

993

IMAP

Email integration

Email Server

1433

SQL

Communication between Automation Service and SQL Server database

Bizagi Database using SQL Server

1521

Oracle

Communication between Automation Service and Oracle databases

Bizagi Database using Oracle

3200

SAP Dispatcher

Integration with SAP (using SAP legacy systems)  

SAP Server

3300

SAP Gateway

Integration with SAP (using  SAP legacy systems)  

SAP Server