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In this issue: New and enhanced Cloud Studio Connectors, Process Templates and Integration Recipes, and an opportunity to win $100! Read on to get all the details.
Cloud Studio Connectors
See below for a list of new or enhanced connectors.
- Workday Prism: A new ‘Get’ activity is available to query tables and buckets. Tables can be filtered on a table name
- Shopify: Now supports the Shopify 2020-07 API version
- NetSuite: Now supports the WSDL version 2020.2
- Salesforce: API version 50 is now supported
- Gzip: Gzip is now available to use with agents version 10.1 or later, with Decompress and Compress activities available
Cloud Studio Process Templates
Our process templates provide pre-built projects tailored for specific use cases and help accelerate deployment time by 50-80%. All templates include Jitterbit best practices as well as a predefined set of mappings to get you started. Our most recent offerings include:
- NetSuite-Magento Invoice-to-Fulfillment
- NetSuite-BigCommerce Order-to-Fulfillment
- NetSuite-Shopify Order-to-Fulfillment
- Epicor-Magento Invoice-to-Fulfillment
- Epicor-BigCommerce Order-to-Fulfillment
- Epicor-Shopify Order-to-Fulfillment
- Workday-Coupa Employee Expense
Cloud Studio Integration Recipes
We have added over 20 new integration recipes covering a variety of use cases for endpoints such as Autodesk Fusion and Marketo. Contact your CSM or your Partner Account Manager to learn how you can use these recipes to jumpstart your integrations with these applications.
Audax Investment in Jitterbit
We are excited to announce that Audax Private Equity has made an investment in Jitterbit to support the continued growth initiatives of the company as a leading enterprise iPaaS provider. Read the full press release.
Win $100 (or donate to a charity of your choice)
Create a Design Studio project that leverages a Cloud Studio Connector. The connector in Cloud Studio is to be built with Connector Builder to an app with REST APIs (Basic auth).
Hint: Build an integration in Cloud Studio first, then expose it as an API that Design Studio calls.
The Connector can be built against any REST APIs for the challenge; the list below offers a few alternative options if needed:
Submit your responses (CS Export + DS Jitterpak + overview) to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 15, 2021. Jitterbit will randomly pick one of the correct submissions to receive a $100 Amazon gift card, with the option to send the balance to charity.
The solution to the challenge will be provided in the next newsletter.
Answer to the previous Harmony Challenge:
Challenge: Show us how you would design your project(s) to ensure proper credentials are used across different environments (development, test, or production) without storing these credentials into your project(s) and keeping the solution secured.
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Jitterbit would like to remind our US-based customers about Customer Success Architect (CSA) office hours every Wednesday where you can get your questions answered. Our customers in Europe can stay connected via a virtual meetup held every 2 weeks. Reach out to your CSM to get Zoom meeting info.