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Cloud Elements is a cloud API integration service that uses cooperative apps to connect an organization’s customers, partners and employees to the cloud services they use. The vendor says that by using their pre-built elements, their one-to-many approach connects applications with services, each through a single API. The organization’s app can instantly share data with other applications in the cloud, lifting the burden of integration off of businesses and users. Users can design, aggregate and publish their own APIs using the vendor’s Element Builder, which is their RESTful API Designer. This solution includes real-time monitoring, usage, reporting and notifications with enterprise-grade API management.
- Supported: “One-to-Many” APIs: Using our Hubs, one uniform API connects you to many cloud services, which we call Elements.
- Supported: RESTful APIs: Cloud Elements’ Hubs are built on straight-forward RESTful APIs with JSON payloads regardless of the endpoint.
- Supported: Platform Level APIs: Logging, monitoring, alerts and notifications through Elements Manager and Platform APIs.
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|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, Mac|
- If you want a really 'deep' integration with a third party software, and you want all the control over how it interacts with your software
- If you want a totally white-labeled solution, that is totally invisible to your customers.
- if you care more about a well thought out/useful API, rather than a pretty UI
- If you want a Zapier-esque hands-off integration for YOU.
- if you want your customers to do more of the work, pay for it/etc.
- if you're a really small business, it could be too expensive. But it depends on your individual contract with them.