Create new integration templates & publish in your app
What is the Orchestration Layer?
The Orchestration Layer is where you create the connections/instructions between your connector and those of third-party applications.
It adds the ability to manage data formatting between separate services, where requests and responses need to be split, merged or routed.
By adding this abstraction layer you provide your API with a level of intelligence for communication between services, while handling vital authentication tasks.
We provide a visual tool to help you rapidly orchestrate connector workflows without the need for code.
Map data from one app to another and easily move data between applications. Integrations can be as simple as A to B or as complex/multi-step as you can conceive.
Pause a workflow for a defined number of minutes, hours, days, or longer. Use data from previous steps to dynamically control the delay.
Pause a workflow until a fixed point in time, either hardcoded or dynamically defined based on data retrieved in a previous step.
Branch execution of your workflow based on data retrieved, using a full range of logical conditions: equals, not equals, greater than, less than, in, or contains.
Use our integration builder’s built in testing tools to watch data flow between applications. Access transaction logs to help understand issues.
Once you have have completed testing and documenting an integration, you can publish it natively from within your application where users will access it as a template.
Combine These Tools with Connectors to Create Integration Templates
Your templates can be simple point-to-point integrations or more complex workflows that combine multiple applications and logic tools.
These are quickly and easily created in your management console, allowing you to publish them directly into your application for your users to activate.
Your integration templates are catalogued and searchable, including the ability to tag each template for easier management and deployment.
Your integration templates can also be shared in your content marketing and be displayed on your website.
How you expose these template integrations to your users is up to you, but we have several options available, in what we call the Presentation Layer.