Built In A Way Devs Love

Give your devs the power and flexibility to get the job done using tools they know and love.

Low code made realistic

Prismatic has built-in connectors for integrating with common SaaS apps. And when you need to connect to industry-specific apps or handle unique logic, devs can write custom connectors that extend the platform to fit your product and industry.

Build connectors using tools you already know and love (like Typescript and unit testing libraries), and leverage the power of NodeJS to tackle any complex problem your industry throws at you.

Screenshot of integration marketplace in Prismatic

Don't waste time building boilerplate

Dev teams can burn a ton of time building tools and infra to run integrations.

Prismatic provides the infrastructure and logging, monitoring, alerting tools dev and DevOps teams need to keep integrations up and running.

And with just a few lines of code, you can embed a self-serve integration marketplace in your app and get back to core product work.

Give tools to customer-facing teams

No one wants to pull devs off core product work to deploy integrations or debug customer issues. Prismatic's low-code integration designer enables technical non-developers to build and maintain integrations. And your customer-facing teams get the tools they need to deploy, troubleshoot, and support your customers' integrations.

The built-in testing environment and logs make it easy for devs and non-devs alike to dig in when problems occur.

Screenshot of Native Logging in Prismatic
Screenshot of unit testing a custom connector in VS Code for Prismatic

Fit your existing dev ecosystem

Prismatic fits right in with the tools and services your dev and DevOps teams already use. Store custom connectors in source control with the rest of your code base, and unit test and deploy them from your existing CI/CD pipeline.

Stream integration logs and metrics to your existing log service like DataDog or New Relic. Notify your teams of problems using your favorite incident response system like Slack or PagerDuty.

Automate everything

Prefer coding to clicking? Prismatic's powerful API and CLI let you interact with the platform however you prefer.

Devs can write scripts in any language that wrap Prismatic's API to do things like manage customers, deploy integrations, monitor instances, and more.

Screenshot of Prismatic docs on the GraphQL API

A few more things devs love about Prismatic

Enable good design patterns

Integration logic tends to get overly intertwined with core applications. Prismatic makes it easy to use good design patterns and keep your integration logic nicely encapsulated.

Auth is handled for you

Authenticating against third-party systems can get really complex. Prismatic handles auth for you, even complex flows like OAuth 2.0, and gives you the tools to handle non-standard auth patterns.

Test and iterate quickly

Prismatic's testing framework is easy to use, identical to production, and captures detailed logs. Test while you build, make them quickly, and get to production fast.

Manage versioning cleanly

Prismatic integrations and connectors are versioned (similar to package managers like Python's pip or NodeJS's npm). Devs can pin versions to control exactly what code is running within each instance.

Easily deploy instances

Integrations are reusable and can be deployed to one or more customers using instances. Instances operate on a per-customer basis to handle configuration, auth, and more.

Reduce reactive fire drills

Integrations are only as stable as the platform they run on. Prismatic's cloud-native, horizontally scalable environment is stable and secure, eliminating many of the pitfalls that cause issues and downtime.