Legal & finance platform today? Trending: Organizations buys more and more SaaS! The average organization are using/subscribing to more than 20 SaaS. This is becoming a problem of scale for many companies. Copyl Integration Platform helps you exchange data between the different systems and helps you define your Enterprise Architecture. Define dynamic workflow processes in the browser and control how data is moved between your systems. Why you should consider Copyl Integration Platform (CIP)? Event-driven Architecture! Copyl generates events in real-time to CIP. Other solutions usually ony have scheduled jobs that start up integrations. CIP gives you increased security and more reliable data. We also support scheduled integrations for apps that don’t support event-driven architecture.
We will help you the whole journey! We want our customers be able to grow together with Copyl. Start simple and add on the features you need, when you need them. All apps have a free version that you can start with. We have single entrepreneaurs using Copyl and huge governmental institutions. With our flexible technology we can serve everyone. Copyl integrates all of your other applications! We built an integration platform for businesses who need to integrate their different systems. That moves and changes data according the their business rules. See more info at contract management. Copyl saves you a lot of time, money and energy. You will feel more ease and earn more money when you don’t have to keep track of all commitments and deadlines.
All Contracts in one place! See current and past contracts from the overview page. Group by supplier, customer or status. Discuss and follow up on tasks: All contracts have their own forum were you and the counterparts can discuss the contract. The Task Management system in Copyl is also automatically connected to each contract. Integrated with Search and other pages: The contracts appears on the related contacts, search, projects and other pages were the contract is connected.
Copyl has a solution for the biggest challenges. How do microservices communicate with each other? The absolute most common communication between microservices are via REST API. It’s done over https and requires no or very little configuration on the network. We recommend to use the standard methods for your api requests; GET for fetching data, POST for saving new data, PUT for updating and DELETE for deletion. PATCH can also be used for updating, it’s a matter of taste. Discover extra information on https://www.copyl.com/.
Expect data to be inconsistent: There is no Foreign Keys connections between databases in different microservices. Presume the data is inconsistent between different systems and manage that. We cannot make isolated transactions over multiple microservices. Create local transactions if needed. Use Saga Management to orchestrate requests, enable error handling and enable rollbacks over multiple microservices. Database documentation in OpenAPI (e.g. Swagger): We recommend that the database model is defined together with the api and therefore also enjoy the automatic OpenAPI documentation.