CloudRail Extends API with Box.com Integration and Node.js SDK

This article is a company-provided press release and ProgrammableWeb cannot vouch for the accuracy of the statements within. If you have questions regarding the information below, please contact the company that issued the press release.

Integration of on-premise and SaaS applications is the key to realising the true business value of the ‘connected enterprise’. While strides have been made over the past few years, application managers and solution architects are still burdened with heavy manual integrations. Today CloudRail continues to charge ahead in its quest to provide seamless interoperability between applications and cloud service ecosystems with the release of new features to its Universal API product.

First is the addition of Box.com integration to CloudRail’s cloud storage solution, allowing applications developers to integrate Box.com into an application with a few lines of code. All major cloud storage vendors are covered by CloudRail including Google Drive, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive.

Second is a broader platform coverage with the release of the CloudRail SDK for Node.js which has quickly become the platform of choice for many commercial applications. Developers can implement the CloudRail Node.js SDK in minutes, thus allowing them to stay focused on creating value added features for their customers.

Key benefits for developers include:

  • Universal interface that allows integrations to cloud storage via a single API
  • Accelerates development cycles and reduces costs
  • Automatic interface updates as provider APIs change
  • No middleware. Direct connect between application and provider API

“CloudRail has been working closely with our developer community to understand their needs and requirements. These new features come directly from those discussions.” said Felix Kollmar, co-founder of CloudRail. “In addition we look forward to expanding the CloudRail platform into other industries like Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 where interoperability will be a huge pain point for the developer community.”

The Box.com integration and Node.js SDK are available at http://www.cloudrail.com

ProgrammableWeb Staff If you have a press release that you would like to contribute to ProgrammableWeb, you are encouraged to send it to editor@programmableweb.com for consideration.
 

Comments