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Jitterbit announced the latest release of its enterprise iPaaS solution, Harmony Spring ‘19.
Enhancements to the award-winning platform focus on simplifying and enhancing integration for the full spectrum of personas, from business users to technically advanced specialists.
The latest release includes more than 120 new features, ranging from a new Cloud Studio and a No-Code Connector Builder – enabling non-technical users to quickly integrate popular applications and systems – to a powerful connector SDK and developer toolkit that gives integration specialists and technology partners advanced API and integration capabilities.
“There are 150,000 SaaS apps and 5,000 AI solutions today, and enterprises need an efficient way to connect these best-of-breed solutions to harness the value of this exploding number of new technologies,” said Jitterbit Chief Strategy Officer and CMO Simon Peel. “Jitterbit Harmony Spring ‘19 enables organizations to keep up with the rising demand for connectivity by giving users from across the enterprise the tools they need to handle different integration scenarios.”
Jitterbit’s latest release empowers non-technical business users to collaborate with integration specialists on a single platform. Jitterbit has raised the bar with new functionality such as:
- Next-Generation Cloud Studio: The all-new Cloud Studio provides the industry’s fastest low-code solution for designing integrations in a collaborative environment. The completely reimagined experience sets a new standard for rapid integration, allowing users to create, design, and manage projects faster than ever before. For example, the inherent re-use built into Cloud Studio allows users to instantly share connectivity on-the-fly with others on the Harmony platform.
- No-Code Connector Builder: This release introduces a no-code way to build connectors that empower non-technical users to build reusable connectors to thousands of SaaS apps in a matter of minutes rather than the days or weeks that manually coded integrations require.
- New Connector SDK: The Connector SDK gives integration specialists a toolkit to create deep, sophisticated connectivity using Java code. The self-service developer portal enables partners and developers to create and publish purpose-built connectors that provide highly tailored integrations to new endpoints.
- Hundreds of New Features Including Container Support and Sandbox Access: Jitterbit has added a total of more than 120 new features since the last major release of Harmony to keep pace with new use cases and customer needs. To support the growing use of containers, Harmony Spring ‘19 provides Docker support for private and non-private agents along with access to sandboxes to spin up and spin down test runs. This release adds over 35 new API Manager capabilities to give users advanced visibility and control over public and private API gateways.
Jitterbit Harmony Spring ‘19 release is now available to the general public, and all current customers have access to the latest platform.