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What does Pandium require from developers?
Developers can use Pandium's Integration Development Kit to quickly code the configurations for an integration.
The Pandium Platform handles everything else, like authentication, logging, hosting, alerting, versioning, runtime environment, and sync triggers. If you’re short on developer headcount, our Integration Team can do this work for you.
How does Pandium fit into existing development processes?
Developers can code the business logic for an integration using any language or text editor of their choice with the support of Pandium's Integration Development Kit. Pandium connects to different repositories like Github, Gitlab, Azure DevOps, and Bitbucket to surface the configuration and sync options you create into Pandium’s UI.
Once configuration and sync options are pushed to Pandium’s UI, Pandium Admins (technical or non-technical) can select what flows or integration versions to deploy to users, add tenants, view sync history, change configurations, and run manual syncs.
Connectors, versions, and configurations in Pandium can be reused to launch future integrations faster. Basically, build once and reuse. Updates can be easily made via your coding environment and pushed directly to Pandium.
How does the integration script code get into Pandium?
Pandium will integrate with your source code repository and ingest your script when your script is pushed to your repository. A new release will be created in Pandium that you can apply to your tenants as soon as you are ready.
How many tenants can I have on a single integration?
We allow an unlimited number of tenants to run on a single integration.
Why does using Pandium require a developer?
This is an intentional decision. Every company’s integration needs are unique. We could force you into rigid pre-built flows like other tools do. But in our experience, platforms that try to be one-size-fits-all end up not fitting anyone quite right.
Pandium lets your devs quickly program all the business logic and custom configurations you need to create integrations that perfectly fit you and your users. Then, you can reuse those frameworks to launch future integrations faster.
If your product or API needs change, no problem. We give you the flexibility to update or change integration configurations anytime.
With other tools, you have to wait for a third party to make updates for you or program complex workarounds yourself. This slows you down and means your developers end up getting involved anyway.
If you want to build with Pandium but don’t have in-house developers to help, consider partnering with our Integration Team.
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