Likelihood to Recommend
If you'll be working with 3 or more integration services you might need to use Mule.
Cloud Elements shines when you want to offer multiple options to the user on a type of system, such as supporting integration to CRM and wanting to offer Dynamics, Salesforce, and HubSpot on equal footing. If you only have a single integration with a single system, using Cloud Elements adds an unnecessary layer of abstraction.
- Supports wide range of systems for the integrations
- Support API development and web service implementations to integrate homegrown systems too.
- Cloud deployment and monitoring make it easy to handle post production
- Pricing is a plus point while comparing it to others in market
- Allows us to explore building integrations for a ton of different technologies - they have a huge catalog of softwares they integrate with.
- Helps us troubleshoot issues with integrations. Their team even hosted us on their site to talk with some of their engineers and solutions architects to troubleshoot and strategize the first integration we brought to market.
- They provide go-to-market assistance and will try to help you learn from other companies they've engaged with to help bring integrations and products to market with intelligence they already have.
Manager in MarketingComputer Software Company, 51-200 employees
- The UI can be a bit difficult to navigate for beginners, who are not used to Anypoint platform
- Support for node.js that a leading market competitor Google cloud's Apigee has
- The trial is only for 30 days, which should be extended to atleast 60 days which i feel personally is good for developers to learn the product
- We did have to do some custom work to create a better user experience when interfacing with CE's Document Cloud. The Document Cloud service doesn't come equipped with a file browser out-of-the-box, and their recommended plugin was pretty rough. We had to do quite a bit of work to get it up to par with our user experience standards.
It enables customers to expose their APIs in a very simple and fast way. It can be used by non-expert developers. It is compliant with all major connection and data representation world standard.
At the time we found Cloud Elements we found no other option that had a Unified API for cloud storage providers.
Engineer in Information TechnologyComputer Software Company, 11-50 employees
Return on Investment
- Replacement of legacy middleware like TIBCO and Webmethods
- Start of new API first approach
- Great option for SaaS integrations after the acquisition by Salesforce
Premium Consulting/Integration Services—
Entry-level set up fee?
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