We're thrilled to announce we're the first embedded iPaaS on AWS GovCloud! SaaS companies serving public sector customers can leverage the power of our embedded iPaaS, while fulfilling their customers' data-handling requirements.
This month's platform updates include easier configuration and testing of shared endpoints and greater flexibility in how you send data to webhook triggers.
Plus, we have quick tips on webhooks versus API calls, and resources on common integration patterns and optimizing for event-driven integrations.
Improved Shared Endpoint Configuration. Instance-specific endpoints and shared endpoints are now easier to configure, test and troubleshoot. Here's the tutorial on Using Shared Webhooks and Preprocess Flows.
Using GET HTTP Verb to Invoke Instances. Some third-party apps verify a webhook endpoint with a GET request. Now, Prismatic instance webhook triggers can be invoked using the GET HTTP verb in addition to the POST verb.
Sending Data through URL Path. Some popular SaaS applications append URL paths to the webhooks that they're configured to use. You can now reference the URL path in your integration's steps. Check out our Integration Triggers article for more information.
We're constantly growing Prismatic's component catalog to save you time building integrations. We've recently added:
- Facebook Marketing: Interact with ads and ad sets in your Facebook Marketing account
- Google Ads: Manage Google Ad campaigns
- WooCommerce: Easily manage your customers, orders and products in your WooCommerce platform.
Speed. Because webhooks are event-driven, they give you real-time synchronization of data from your app to a third-party.
Reusability. Integrations to multiple third-party apps can subscribe to the same types of webhooks, so devs only need to implement webhooks once.
Third-party accessibility. The same webhooks your integrations use can be used by third parties who build integrations with your app.
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Earlier this month, Prismatic announced that its embedded iPaaS is now available on AWS GovCloud.
Integrations for B2B SaaS generally follow a few common patterns. Learn these patterns to more easily plan your next integration project.
Let's look into the details of event-driven integrations for B2B SaaS. Includes an example of a two-way event-driven integration with Salesforce.
In case you missed it, check out last month's news.
Prismatic is the integration platform for B2B software companies. It's the quickest way to build integrations to the other apps your customers use and to add a native integration marketplace to your product. A complete embedded iPaaS solution that empowers your whole organization, Prismatic encompasses an intuitive integration designer, embedded integration marketplace, integration deployment and support, and a purpose-built cloud infrastructure. Prismatic was built in a way developers love and provides the tools to make it perfectly fit the way you build software.
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