WORKFLOW NOTIFICATIONS AND ARCHIVAL OF YOUR EVENT DATA

Workflow Notification and Event Archival
You have setup an integration workflow. It is working fine for you and is making your work easier. Now due to a change in the data provided by your trigger caused by some changes upstream in the source system, your integration is not working anymore.It is a bad situation to be in. An even worse situation to be in is, all of this happens, and you are not even aware of it.

With the Raphael S2 release, RoboMQ has added workflow notifications in Connect iPaaS. You can now set up notifications for your individual workflows either through SMS or on email. You can add user level settings, so that you do not have to add the settings repeatedly for each workflow. In addition to it, you can choose to get all notifications for your workflow or just the errors.
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Fig 1. Workflow Notification Settings on Connect IPaaS.
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Fig 1. Workflow Notification Settings on Connect IPaaS.

Connect iPaaS now also provides Archival for all your event data in a MySQL database or in your S3 bucket. You can select custom time intervals for archival and can turn on archival selectively for any of your workflows. You can use the archived data for analytics of any of the applications that you have integrated or for audits in future. We are adding many more databases where you can archive your data in the future releases.

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Fig 2. Event Data Archival Settings on Connect IPaaS.
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Fig 2. Event Data Archival Settings on Connect IPaaS.
You can set up all of it while designing integration in a matter of minutes. Ease of designing a workflow has always been a core focus of Connect and we are true to it in Notification and Archival also.

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Bramh Gupta

Bramh Gupta

Bramh Gupta is the founder and CEO of RoboMQ. He has a background in large scale real-time manufacturing systems, telecommunications and design and architecture of highly scalable and resilient enterprise systems. He is passionate about real-time integration and the value that it brings to business operations and critical decision making.

Bramh holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Business and Industrial Engineering degree from the National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur. Bramh combines his business insights and architectural skills to design and create highly scalable, integration platforms and tools that are needed to power the API economy.

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