OneCloud GroundRunners are execution agents that perform integration and automation tasks on remote computing environments that run under Microsoft Windows, Linux, Solaris (Unix) environments.
The first step to configure a GroundRunner is to download the installer from the OneCloud application website. OneCloud users with the role of administrator can navigate to the administrative area of OneCloud. Follow the path Admin > Runners > Downloads.
If you do not see the Admin option on the left-hand side of the OneCloud interface, then please speak to your OneCloud administrator.
From the Downloads page, you can select the right GroundRunner based upon your operating environment. A company token is required to set-up the GroudRunner and you can find your autogenerated company token on the Downloads page.
Based upon the operating system where the GroundRunner is hosted, choose the appropriate installation path:
After the installation and start of a GroundRunner, the GroundRunner will try to connect to the main OneCloud service. When this connection is successful, a new notification will appear in the OneCloud console and the new Runner will need to be activated and registered.
Runner Naming Convention
As a best practice, name Runners in your organization something descriptive, but not too long. Good examples are:
Once the new GroundRunner is registered, it can be used by OneCloud Connections and will appear in the Runner dropdown as an available service: