why exalete

Why businesses choose Exalate

Maarten Cautreels

Product Owner, DPG Media
If you keep it simple and use the defaults, it's only 5% of what you can do. Take your time to dive into what's possible. There's so much under the hood that you could do.

Ultimate Flexibility

Exalate allows basic synchronization scenarios straight out of the box. But you can experience the flexibility of your sync, just as if you would be building a custom integration.

Our intuitive scripting engine allows for the most complex integration cases.

As you or your partners synchronization requirements change, it will be easy to adapt Exalate to evolve to the way you work and collaborate.

Autonomy due to a distributed architecture

Exalate is built on a distributed architecture and design.

A system administrator will gain full autonomy of how external systems are interacting with their environment. As well as keep control over what information is shared and in what way.

You will safely be able change the application configuration without affecting synchronization with your partners.

To learn more, have a look under the hood by downloading the Exalate Security & Architecture Whitepaper.


Reliability at all times

Exalate has an advanced, reliable transactional synchronization engine. Which queues all the changes that need to be applied. And breaks it down into atomic steps that can be retried in case of a failure.

Whenever integrating multiple systems, errors and failures will happen.

Reliability is crucial to ensure any changes happening on one side of the connection, will be applied on the other side at all times. This, even when a system is being upgraded to a new version and/or a firewall is being reconfigured.

Exalate is the technology allowing you to connect your company to the 21st century. And its design and architecture is optimized for any cross-company issue tracking use case.

Carrie Lin

Business Systems Manager, AMD
The scripting-based engine is robust & extensible and the performance is great. Exalate also has a great customer-centric support which really adds value to the product.

Gert-Jan van de Streek

Founder, Avisi
Exalate saves duplicate work and, therefore, lots of time.

Ben De Pauw

Product Manager, Sofico
Exalate allows us to align project aspects between different focus-oriented teams, while each team only needs to focus on their own essential information.

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.