We are proud and confident to say that Alumio is built for developers. It is based on the latest up-to-date technology stack, and its awesome flexibility means that it does not limit your creativity and potential for growth. Alumio enables you to build any digital data management or experience management solution fast and exactly how you envisioned it.
Get the flexibility to apply design patterns that fit your needs, and build APIs and integrations at lightning speed.
Deploy your APIs and integrations in the cloud or on-premises with one simple and consistent experience.
Monitor all data streams using a single interface to uncover hidden dependencies and decrease time to resolution.
Built the essentials, but don’t reinvent the wheel.
How Alumio builds a robust software application to be developer-friendly. Alumio is a Symfony, PHP based platform, supported with several best-practice standards such as Elastic Stack, OpenAPI/Swagger, PHP-FIG, and Docker. It allows for dependency injection using the user interface for configuration for connecting applications. The modular-based system allows the user to apply filters, logic, mappers, and other tools to manipulate data in any way needed.
Within Alumio, storages can be set up at any point in a route to optimize the processing of data.
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SDK In the case of an exception, through the use of SDK features: authentication, connections and transformers, will be created in order to make use of the Software Development Kit. Alumio's Software Development Kit can be used to develop custom connection-, transformers- or integration packages. The developed features become available in the user interface dependency injection layer.
CI Each Alumio environment has automated deployments to update the acceptance and production server. The integration configurations (JSON files) can be connected to your own version control system via exports or Alumio's APIs to smoothen your development process.
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