The Go-to App for Decentralized Integration

Exalate is installed as a dedicated app on each system. Which fits your favorite tools like a glove.

Each tool-admin will be in complete control over what information they want to share with the other side, at all times.

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Autonomous Control With Exalate Means

No risk of synchronizing confidential information

No risk of another admin messing up the sync on your system

No worries about changes on the other tools affecting yours

Accessible to Both Business and Technical Users

No-Code Mode

Enjoy a seamless integration, no coding knowledge required.

  • Drag-n-drop interface for a seamless, no-code set up in minutes
  • Customize your synchronization rules from one side of the connection

Script mode

Enjoy limitless flexibility in configuring your integration. 

  • Groovy-based scripting engine for ultimate flexibility
  • Configure each side of the connection separately for complete, autonomous control

with the free plan

Easy Set Up In Minutes

01

install

Install the Exalate app on each tool you want to sync, so every admin has complete autonomy over their integration.

02

connect

Connect the instances you want to integrate. Choose no-code set up or scripting mode.

03

customize

Set your rules, to make sure the right data is shared. And set an automation to trigger your sync.

04

synchronize

Now your instances are connected and will automatically exchange information instantly. Happy syncing!

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Get the Exalate Security Whitepaper

Exalate is an advanced synchronization engine with various deployment models and information exchange paths. It allows you to synchronize information between multiple tools in a secure and controllable way.

To understand more, download the Exalate Security & Architecture Whitepaper

FAQ

Answers to the most frequently asked questions

You can start with basic synchronization scenario’s straight out of the box. But Exalate also provides a Groovy-based scripting engine to implement even the most complex use cases. You can check some examples of more complex use cases here.

Yes, the Exalate app does need to be installed on both sides. This means you will need a valid Exalate license/subscription on both your instance and the destination Instance on the other side.

Exalate has already been in use since 2014 at a large number of enterprise clients. Performance tests are continually implemented to assure there will be no noticeable load on both the app or the issue tracker.

For example, some of our customers continually processes, on average, 12.000 issues per month without experiencing any significant impact on the overall instance.

We keep your data private, safe and secure following the best-in-class security practices and procedures.

The data security and privacy statement can be found here

You decide what information gets shared with your partners and what information does not.

There is no need to share the access credentials, even if your instance requires authentication. Exalate generates the shared secret which is used to define a secure connection between both Instances.

Data transfer is secured with the help of the JWT token which authenticates every request so that the destination side can be sure they are getting data from the expected Instance.

To find out more, have a look at our extensive resource on Exalate Security and Architecture.

For example, some of our customers continually processes, on average, 12.000 issues per month without experiencing any significant impact on the overall instance.

Ready to try out Exalate?