New integrator.io product enhancements make integrations even easier — orchestration, integration assistants, and more!
In the first half of 2017, we released a number of integrator.io enhancements to make it even easier and faster to create integrations – including Orchestration, Integration Assistants, Cloning, and more. User interface updates help new customers quickly and easily get started with their integrator.io account.
Highlights of key capabilities released in 2017 are listed below. For details, click the Help (?) icon in integrator.io and select “What’s new”. Since integrator.io is on a two-week release cycle, make sure to check this link frequently to keep updated on the latest changes.
Orchestration makes it possible to create complex flows between different applications. A user can create multiple exports to get data from any number of applications. Complex use cases that previously required multiple flows – such as id write-back and getting hierarchical data – can now be done as part of a single orchestration.
This is the one-stop-shop for all your integration needs. Integration Marketplace lets you quickly select an application and view all the Integration Apps (pre-built, fully managed integrations) and Templates (pre-configured flows) available for that application.
To help create integrations faster, 20+ new application assistants are available. Assistants provide the APIs and methods available for each of these apps in simple drop-down lists, making it easier to create an integration between two applications.
File size for Data Loader has been increased from 20MB to 100MB in the UI. In addition to CSV files, XML, JSON and XLSX files are now supported.
Standalone Exports and Imports
As building blocks of integrator.io flows, exports and imports can now be created individually and used as part of a standard flow or an orchestration of complex flows.
Cloning and Naming a Flow
To make it easier to transition from sandbox to production, it’s now possible to clone an integration, a flow, an export or an import.
For HTTP and REST API connection types, more apps are supported with OAuth 2.0 as the authentication type.
New capabilities and enhancements will continue to be released throughout the year. And remember that Integration Apps also benefit from enhancements to the integrator.io platform. Stay tuned!
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