Exploring Axway API Connectors

We are spending time looking through Axway API connectors in their marketplace, getting a feel for the top ways in which their customers are looking to deploy APIs from existing systems and services. If there is a connector for it in their marketplace, there is a good chance that someone has been asking it as a solution to a problem, which means there is a demand for exposing APIs on these existing services. It also means that there are also likely to be companies out there who would like to stream and deploy event-driven architecture on top of these existing services.

After looking through the Axway marketplace, we found these 35 separate connectors:

Amazon S3 Connector for Axway SecureTransport – S3 Transfer Site for Axway SecureTransport, allowing file exchange with S3 Storage Endpoints
Amazon S3 Connector – Connects API Builder to Amazon S3
ArrowDB Connector – This is an API Builder connector for ArrowDB. Instructions for installation from CLI provided in the Product Website’s readme. Start creating…
Aurora DB Connector – Connects API Builder to Aurora DB
CompositeJS Connector – This is a composite connector for Axway API Builder. It lets you composite together models from other connectors in to a single model.
Concur Connector – Connects API Builder to Concur
Eloqua Connector – Connects API Builder to Eloqua
Facebook Connector – Connects API Builder to Facebook
Google Drive Connector – Connects API Builder to Google Drive
Hadoop Connector for Axway SecureTransport – Connector to enable communication between SecureTransport and Hadoop clustersExploring Axway API Connectors
Hubspot CRM Connector – Connects API Builder to Hubspot CRM
Hubspot Marketing Connector – Connects API Builder to Hubspot Marketing
Mailchimp Connector – Connects API Builder to Mailchimp
Marketo Connector – Connects API Builder to Marketo
Microsoft Azure Connector – This is an Axway API Builder connector for Azure.
Microsoft Dynamics Connector – Connects API Builder to Microsoft Dynamics
MongoDB Connector – This is an Axway API Builder connector to MongoDB.
Netsuite Connector – Connects API Builder to Netsuite
OneDrive Connector – Connects API Builder to OneDrive
Pardot Connector – Connects API Builder to Pardot
Salesforce Service Cloud Connector – Connects API Builder to Salesforce Service Cloud
Service Now Connector – Connects API Builder to Service Now
SharePoint Native Connector – Connects API Builder to SharePoint Native
SMB Connector for Axway SecureTransport – SMB Connector allows SecureTransport to exchange files with SMB shares over SMBv2 protocol
SugarCRM Connector – Connects API Builder to SugarCRM
Syncplicity AD Sync Tool – The AD Sync Tool is an application for synchronizing the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) with Syncplicity in order to provision.
Syncplicity Connector for Axway SecureTransport – The Syncplicity Connector enables SecureTransport (ST) to exchange files using server-initiated transfers with the Syncplicity
Syncplicity DLP Connector – To enforce security policies for sensitive and confidential content, Syncplicity integrates with leading DLP (data loss prevention) solutions
Syncplicity Extension for Chrome Browser – Syncplicity Extension for Chrome Browser provides the ability to add files to Syncplicity using an additional context menu item.
Syncplicity for Confluence – Embed Syncplicity public shared links and attach Syncplicity files in your Confluence pages.
Syncplicity for Jira – Embed Syncplicity public shared links and attach Syncplicity files in your Jira tickets
Syncplicity for OneNote 365 – Syncplicity for OneNote 365 add-in provides the ability to embed shared links to your OneNote 365 pages.
Twitter Connector – Connects API Builder to Twitter
Zendesk Connector – Connects API Builder Tools (v3.0) to Zendesk Zendesk’s family of products represent a unified suite of products focused…
Zoho Connector – Connects API Builder to Zoho

You see a lot of common backend systems companies, organizations, institutions, and government agencies are deploying like Sharepoint, but you also see a number of cloud, SaaS, and popular APIs like Facebook and Twitter. This list of of service represents a pretty healthy cross-section of services that you will find in operation within your average organization, so it makes sense that people will want to connect, and deploy an API from them. Which gets us thinking about what an event-driven architectural layer would look like, and will push us to better understand what type of data people are storing across these services.

We have already been profiling some of these platforms, but there are a couple listed here we haven’t targeted for adding to the Streamdata.io API Gallery. We are looking to profile and benchmark these services and better understand the potential for streaming data from these data sources, and what types of webhooks, or event-driven approaches are available by default from these providers.

**Original source: streamdata.io blog

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