Find out what new products and features are being added to the Cloud Elements API Integration Platform. This channel will contain video and blogs to help developers get up and running with new products.
PREVIOUS UPDATE: March 2020 Release Recap
Like so many these days, we’re trying something new. First though, our thoughts go out to everyone affected by this virus and a heartfelt thanks to all our frontline medical...
Cloud Adoption Is Accelerating: Check Out Our Google BigQuery and Azure Blob Elements
The Migration Accelerates Cloud migration continues to accelerate, with AWS claiming one million business customers back in 2015 and likely closer to 2-3 million today. The other major...
How to Request a New Element
Cloud Elements has a catalog of over 160 turn-key integrations, known as Elements. If you don't see an integration in our catalog, here is the step-by-step guide to requesting a new Element.
Creating Productized SAP C4C Integrations with Virtual Data Resources
SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer (C4C) is a cloud hosted customer relationship management system that meets international security standards, scales up or down easily, is used in a wide...
Combining Various Object Data in to a Virtual Data Resource (VDR)
High speed data connections have allowed us to progress in the world with significantly large amounts of information about any number of resources. For every customer or lead you have,...
Cloud Elements' Data Privacy White Paper
Download the whitepaper to learn about Data Privacy, what it means, and how Cloud Elements is ensuring our product suite is ISO 27001and GDPR compliant.
Anatomy of an Element
Out-of-the-box, prebuilt integration connector to a cloud or on-prem service. Each Element includes Normalized APIs & Error Handling; Authentication; Discovery APIs; Search & Pagination; Eventing.
GET /compliance & Why You Should Care
I’ve heard the phrase “compliance is hard” thrown around here lately at Cloud Elements and yes, it is hard - I think that we can all agree on that. In fact, that exact phrase was used...
We have finished updating the Cloud Elements platform to the TLSv1.2 security protocol. We now require all connections to our application and web servers, including...
How Our CEQL Compares to SQL Queries
Our Elements are the root of what we do, but don’t call them Connectors, it doesn’t do them justice. Their job is to provide a standard way to connect to endpoints, regardless of the...
Dev Discuss | Why we built our new UI in React, from the ground up
Dev discussion with Aaron Fullerton, Cloud Elements' senior software engineer and occasional coffee enthusaist met with me, Chase Doelling, Cloud Elements' product marketer, to chat...
New Cloud Elements Security Features
Since our big release of Cloud Elements 2.0 in August, the team has been keeping up the pace on new product development - and we’re super happy to announce a raft of new security...
Eventing and Bulk with Cloud Elements
Integrations are all about enabling communication between your disconnected APIs. So, when building a new integration, one of your top priorities should be to create frameworks for data...
The Basics of Creating and Mapping a Common Resource
Our Customer Enablement Manager, Clayton Shaver, recently demoed a deep dive on creating common resources in our newly released Cloud Elements 2.0. Here’s a step-by-step guide on what a...
Cloud Elements Weaves Patchwork Pattern For Cloud API Control
In an age when even your grandparents know what an ‘app’ is, software is running the world to an extent that we may have not clearly imagined possible prior to the turn of the millennium. Now in this
Cloud Elements 2.0 Introduction | Webinar Recording
We will cover what’s new in Cloud Elements 2.0, how you can migrate your existing integrations over from v1, and get a sneak peek at upcoming features.
Cloud Elements 2.0: How To Integrate & Authenticate | Webinar Recording
Join our Customer Enablement Manager, Clayton Shaver, for a deep dive session on how to integrate and authenticate in Cloud Elements 2.0.
Cloud Elements 2.0: How to Create A Common Resource | Webinar Recording
au·then·ti·ca·tion: How-to Use Cloud Elements Authentication APIs
The first milestone in building an integration is authorizing your endpoints to connect and share data, fondly called authentication. The standards for authentication often vary, and...
Cloud Elements places data at the center of your application integration effort
This morning, Cloud Elements, a five-year old startup, announced the latest release of its API integration platform, which has been designed to put data at the center of its integration strategy.