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May 2021 News and Updates

May 2021 News and Updates

Our team is building new features, adding more resources, and providing thought leadership on the integration space. Here are the highlights of the product updates, docs, and blogs from May.

We're also accelerating the growth of Prismatic through additional funding: we recently announced our seed round. Here are the details if you missed it!

Product Updates

Generate Custom Components From API Specs. You can now create a custom component from a WSDL or OpenAPI file with a single CLI command. One line of code is all it takes to generate a custom component that can interact with hundreds of RESTful endpoints from third-party apps and services.

Customer Self-Service. Your customers can modify their own integrations! Admin-level customer users can log in to Prismatic and modify their configuration variables and credentials, enable/disable their integration instances, and monitor their account. Save your teams time with customer self-service.

Custom Theming. Custom theming is here! Organizations with an enterprise plan can bring your own branding to Prismatic. In addition to custom text and colors, this update brings advanced customization options to the UI like border radius and card elevation. Custom themes are displayed to your team members and your customers for a seamless white-label integration solution.

Resources

Our integration docs are refreshed with additional details on best practices for creating, deploying, and testing integrations.

The expanded Integration Triggers section covers schedule and webhook triggers, how to create various types of webhook invocations, and how to handle synchronous/asynchronous invocations.

Team roles for building integrations

The Integration Problem and How Prismatic Helps

B2B software companies need a better way to build and deploy integrations for their customers. Here’s an overview of the integration problem and how Prismatic helps.

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Move from Lambda to ECS

Why We Moved from Lambda to ECS

AWS Lambda is a great place to run some microservices, but due to some of Lambda's limitations, we found that ECS was a better place for some critical workloads.

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Engineering team hard at work

Reducing Integration Workload for Your Engineering Team

Learn how the Prismatic integration platform reduces workload on engineering by enabling non-developer teams and offloading infrastructure work.

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About Prismatic

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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