Purpose-built platform prevents issues
Performance and scalability
Integrations are only as stable as the platform they run on. Prismatic's cloud-native, horizontally scalable environment ensures you won't run into performance or scaling issues.
Prismatic was built from the ground up to properly handle the security ramifications that come with connecting to numerous external systems in numerous ways.
Maintenance is handled
Prismatic handles maintenance like security patches, upgrades, and backups, and keeps pace with changing standards and technology.
Easier testing leads to better testing
Test as you build
A testing framework is built right into Prismatic's integration designer so you can test your integrations as you build them. Inspect logs and outputs for each step to ensure everything is working as expected.
Test customer-specific configuration
Testing is also built into the integration deployment environment, so you can easily test with a customer's exact configuration and credentials before their integration goes live.
Expert handling of integration complexities
Authentication and authorization are a common source of integration issues. Prismatic provides expert out-of-the-box handling for auth flows, including OAuth 2.0.
Your product changes, systems you integrate with change, customer needs change. Built-in versioning throughout the platform removes the complexity of deploying multiple versions of your integrations - and everything they depend on.
Built-in best practices for retry
Realities like flaky third-party APIs can cause integration failures that interrupt your customers and your team.
Prismatic's integration builder makes it easy to implement best practices for retry. Specify whether - and how - your integration should retry upon failure. Proper retry cancellation ensures newer data won't get overwritten by older data if a new payload has come in. Or, choose to manually retry when needed.
Shift from reactive to proactive
When something goes wrong with an integration in production, your customer shouldn't be the first one to notice.