Alumio iPaaS features

Alumio iPaaS comes with an extensive range of features that gives you the ability to create, maintain, and monitor your integrations from the graphical user interface, to connect to third-party software.

Alumio features

Alumio iPaaS comes with an extensive range of features that gives you the ability to design, manage, and deploy your integrations from a variety of web services, modify data to comply with other endpoints, and apply deep logging and monitoring.

Alumio features

Alumio iPaaS comes with an extensive range of features that gives you the ability to design, manage, and deploy your integrations from a variety of web services, modify data to comply with other endpoints, and apply deep logging and monitoring.

Alumio features

Alumio iPaaS comes with an extensive range of features that gives you the ability to design, manage, and deploy your integrations from a variety of web services, modify data to comply with other endpoints, and apply deep logging and monitoring.

Create connections to any software

Alumio iPaaS is a leading cloud-based integration platform as a service where users can create integration flows via the graphical user interface without having to develop code.

Create connections

Very simple. Plug and play!

Alumio offers several generic client-configuration options to interface with remote systems. Very simple. Plug and play!

HTTP | ODATA | RestAPI

Alumio's HTTP connection features work perfectly to create connections with Rest (also known as RESTful API and stands for Representational State Transfer) and ODATA (the Open Data Protocol).

Configure HTTP clients and use them to interface with HTTP endpoints using HTTP-compliant methods. Requests can be expanded to contain post data. Authentication methods like OAuth 2.0 can be configured on an HTTP client.

PDO

PDO is a lightweight abstraction layer for accessing databases. 

Configure database clients  to fetch and post database data, execute stored procedures, etc.  Alumio offers database drivers for Oracle, IBM, CUBRID, MS SQL Server, Firebird, Informix, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, ODBC, and DB2.

SOAP

SOAP support is an extension upon  Alumio’s HTTP elements, including authentication. This protocol may not always be the leading protocol, but it is still widely in use. 

Configure clients to connect to a SOAP service to fetch and post data. Alumio offers a solution to adapt to the inherent differences between SOAP services, like adding a custom authentication envelope or changes to the message structure. 

SFTP | Filesystems

Filesystems are interfaced with using Flysystem, which is an abstraction layer to standardize filesystem interactions agnostically. 

Configure filesystems to read and write files on services like FTP, SFTP, AWS S3, HTTP, etc. Filesystem interactions are performed stateless. 

Webhooks (triggered incoming connections)

Alumio can receive triggers to start routes from external endpoints.  Webhooks allows systems to send automated messages or information to Alumio. It’s a powerful way to automatically push data from one app to another. 

HTTP Proxy (transparant real-time connections)

Alumio can function as an HTTP proxy between two endpoints for HTTP requests. Instead of sending HTTP messages directly to an endpoint, messages can be sent through Alumio. Alumio will forward the requests to the endpoint and return the response that it receives as if the endpoint was called directly. This gives every existing connection that uses Alumio’s HTTP Proxy the logging capabilities Alumio offers. 

Mapping features

Authentication

Alumio offers you the following out of box features that can be used to create your authentication.

  • Basic authentication
  • Bearer token authentication
  • Oauth2 authentication
  • Query param authentication
  • Wsse authentication
  • NTLM authentication

Alumio also offers a range of authentications for many systems, as you can see in the marketplace.

Alumio's marketplace

Connector templates

Connector templates are usable working integrations for certain data formats, where the transformers and mappers to adjust the data have been saved as a template. These connector templates help you to kickstart your integration because a lot of work is already done. Please have a look in our marketplace to see for which endpoints Alumio offers pre-built templates.

Alumio's marketplace

Mapping made easy

Connect your incoming "data" to match
the outgoing "format"

The 'Mapping Features' enable the mapping or transformation of "data",  so that e.g. system A data output matches the 'format' which system B is able to process.

Besides 'Mapping' the data, it is also possible to 'filter out' data, to prevent unnecessary queue items.

Learn more about our
'Magic' Transformers

Magic of transformers

Manipulate your data

The 'Transformation Features' facilitates the restructuring-,  convergence and application of 'real' magic to data.

Transform your data

Transformers allow data selection/reduction, translation/mapping, encoding, calculation, sorting/ordering, merging/joining/lookup from other sources, aggregation, generation of surrogate-keys, transposing/pivoting of array/object keys and values, validation. Transformers also filter out entire data points produced by incoming configurations, preventing unnecessary queue items. 

Combine data flows

Transformers allow business logic to decide whether the transformer will be applied to the given data.  When transformers are combined with Alumio's features to 'store data', data flows can be combined, data can be compared to create 'update', or 'delete' data feeds, and much more.

Use If/Else features

Transformers can do magic. You can write your own custom code. Limitations are only in the mind.

Monitoring & logging

Create an active awareness of "hiccups" so that you can anticipate and identify problems.

Be up-to-date on what's going on! Alumio's dashboard is your data control room. The graphical interface informs you of objectives and obstacles that need your attention.

"Highlight and solve problems without the need for technical knowledge"

Notifications can be configured to several communication channels to alert you whenever something goes wrong within your integration.

Logging

Alumio logs all data and events during the processing of incoming and outgoing data. This log information is displayed for each task created, and each subscriber/publish action as well as synchronized and collected to an Elastic Stack data log. To monitor the log data, triggers can be created within the Elastic Stack, to alert when several tasks fail within a single hour.

Health checks

Configure triggers to update tasks when they meet specific rules, for example whether tasks (queue items) are getting stuck or fail to publish, and so on. Notifications can be configured to get notified on Slack, via email, SMS, and so on.

Please see our video's to
experience Alumio's features

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