Cloud Elements is a cloud API integration platform that enables developers to publish, integrate, aggregate and manage all of their APIs through a unified platform. Using Cloud Elements, developers can quickly connect entire categories of cloud services (e.g., CRM, Documents, Finance) using uniform APIs or simply synchronize data between multiple cloud services (e.g. Salesforce, Zendesk and Quickbooks) using it’s innovative integration toolkit.

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  • 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 common resource is and how to create and map transformations within our platform.
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  • Data-Centric Enterprise Integration
    Transformation is the watchword amongst CIOs and IT leadership - but what does this really mean? And what steps should you take? Forward-thinking businesses must embrace the convergence of application and data integration - ensuring consistency and governance across hybrid environments. If businesses want the right kind of data to underpin advanced business processes or to create mult...
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  • WEBINAR RECAP: HOW TO BUILD PLATFORMs, NOT PRODUCTS
    Yesterday we hosted a webinar all about building platforms, not just products featuring Eric Prugh, Co-founder and COO of  PactSafe - the leading contract execution platform -  and Ross Garrett, Head of Marketing here at Cloud Elements. The speakers discuss why simply having an open API is not enough - SaaS and technology providers need to make integration easier  by shifting the burde...
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  • FinTech Continues to Disrupt the Digital API Economy. What’s Next?
    The emerging sector of financial services technology, FinTech, signifies a major shift in the API economy. APIs are fundamental, not only to technology strategy, but overall business strategy. As we monitor how APIs continue to play an important role in the financial institutions digital strategies, we can examine a few key reasons as to why these firms need to quickly execute before t...
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  • 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 with Cloud Elements 2.0 we can support nearly all types of authentication and, furthermore, expose those APIs as simple, REST endpoints. Our Customer Enablement Manager, Clayton Shaver, recently demoed the...
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  • how to gain a competitive edge with psd2
    As a leader in API integration, we’re constantly being asked about our vision for a comprehensive PSD2 (Directive on Payment Services) strategy. Banks are constantly making headlines for new, albeit vague, digital products and it’s often difficult for massive organizations to pinpoint where to start on this digital transformation journey.  Thus, we’ve put together a few high level vari...
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  • DevSecOps for your APIs
    Applications are changing. A web app in days gone by was a single application running on a server in a datacenter somewhere. Today, that same web app may look the same to the user, but under the hood it’s completely transformed. The UI is now written in JavaScript that runs the browser. The server-side has morphed into a set of REST APIs. And the code runs in containers like Docker, an...
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  • Claude has finished brewing our new UI
    INTRODUCING CLOUD ELEMENTS 2.0 // NOW AVAILABLE FOR GA! Come check out Cloud Elements 2.0 with a new look, new features and same login! The next gen of the Cloud Elements API Integration Platform is packed full of all new features our community has been asking for, starting the experience with a data-centric approach to building your integrations.
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  • Cloud Elements Connects Quickbooks Data to Verenia CPQ [CUSTOMER STORY]
    Verenia provides organizations with cloud CPQ (configure price quote) & Guided Selling software. Their cloud software products are built with power and scalability to support the growth of all businesses.  Through continuous innovation of omnichannel CPQ solutions, Verenia is dedicated to helping customers provide the best eCommerce experience in the industry. Furthermore, core to Vere...
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  • GraphQL benefits in a REST API, but how?
    GraphQL is an open sourced API specification from Facebook that is touted as the next evolution from RESTful APIs.  The primary benefits at a high level is a reduction in how many times an endpoint (or multiple endpoints) are called to get only the information that is requested.  In doing so, solves the problem of over and under fetching in the JSON payload.  Hold the pickles, thank yo...
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  • Meet Our New Board Member, Katrina Garnett
    Today we are excited to announce that a visionary in the world of integration, Katrina Garnett, joins Cloud Elements’ Board of Directors as the second independent board director. Garnett comes to us after pioneering the modern integration industry, and founding the first company to automate business process integration and replace custom point-to-point, CrossWorlds Software Inc. CrossW...
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  • Use the Cloud Elements CRM Hub to integrate the Sage CRM API
    Building API integrations sucks. Now, integrating the Sage CRM API can suck less by using Cloud Elements! Our Sage CRM Element is now included in our CRM Hub. Integrating with our CRM Hub API gives you full access to the Sage CRM cloud platform as well as a bunch of other popular CRM cloud services.
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  • webinar recap: evaluate your enterprise's digital maturity
    This week we hosted a webinar featuring an all star line up of API experts including Isabelle Mauny, Founder and CTO of 42Crunch; Lars Markull, API Evangelist at Figo; Mark Boyd, API analyst and writer at Platformable; and our very own Head of Product Marketing, Ross Garrett. The panel dove into what "digital transformation" looks like for today's enterprises and provided mapping tools...
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  • A State of API Integration Update: Insight from The API Evangelist
    Each year we release a report on the State of API Integration, including the latest API trends, insights on the ease of integration, data on where the industry is strongest, and where we think it is going next. While our latest release was only a few months ago in March, API Evangelist and SoAI contributor, Kin Lane, revealed additional insights we couldn't help but add to our report. ...
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  • Building an Integrated Communications Platform
    Today when customers make a support or sales call to a service provider (retailers, insurance companies, banks, etc) agents have to take notes about customer preferences and call activity and then manually add that information to their customer relationship management system after the fact - assuming they remember the details!
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  • Monolith to Microservices: The Cloud Elements Experience
    When growing an enterprise-scale system, at some point teams will look to consider transitioning to a microservices architecture. Microservices can bring increased agility, productivity and confidence to teams that need to scale a system as usage grows.  There are also some fallacies to consider.  
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  • Cloud Elements Has a New Logo
    Cloud Elements has a new logo and it's totally out of this world. Today, we're proud to show off all of the hard work our team has put into not only a new logo, but a new identity. Rebranding is a fickle business. There are many opinions and ideas that literally bounce off the walls. And countless hours are spent in creative workshops (which you should read as really long meetings stoc...
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  • 4 WAYS TO INTEGRATE WITH MAILCHIMP
    MailChimp is one of the leading email marketing services on the web. They have a powerful API that you can use to manage campaigns and subscribers. With the right integrations, you can multiply the effectiveness of MailChimp and reach even more customers. 
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  • Webhooks v.s. Polling | You're Better Than This
    The ultimate goal of any API integration is the efficient sharing of data between apps to provide greater value to your users. In order to facilitate this, an integration must provide a method to detect changes, events, that occur in the endpoint application. Currently, two of the most popular event management tools are polling and webhooks.
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  • The Cloud Elements vision of API distribution
    In a recent interview with Cloud Elements CEO, Mark Geene, we sat down to discuss his vision of API distribution and how Cloud Elements is innovating in this exciting new space. We take a look at the current landscape of API proliferation, publication, and consumption as well as why this is the right time for Cloud Elements to support this shift towards API distribution in the market.
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  • Caution: What’s at Risk if You Don’t Have an API Experience Layer
    Companies deal with many challenges when attempting to integrate legacy software with cloud solutions. Replacing some legacy apps isn’t an option, but they can’t exist in isolation. What’s the solution?  The answer lies in the API integration definition: a software-to-software interface. What is API integration? A mediated, API experience layer provides a bridge between the two pieces ...
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  • The Evolution of Enterprise Integration
    Integration is all about making different apps and systems work together. Allowing them to share data, orchestrating business workflows, and by coordinating how employees work across growing number of apps. Initially, that meant connecting one on-premise software to another. From 1999-2001 a number of integration companies like TIBCO, BEA Software, and WebMethods went public, validatin...

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