Connectors, or also known as adapters, from an integration standpoint are set of components within the iPaaS that opens a connection to external systems. They are used to authenticate, push and pull data from external systems.
Connectors in DBSync are categorized into two types:
- Standard Connectors
- Custom Connectors
Standard connector presents a published constant Interface (API) to users and other components on the upstream side of the connector. Applications can reference these upstream APIs and reach the components regardless of where they are connected. On the downstream side, the connectors are linked to application components through a process much like a directory function or a publish-and-subscribe application interface.
DBSync supports the below list of standard connectors that can connect, with external systems, irrespective of whether it is cloud, or on-premise, based applications. We are constantly evolving and are constantly trying to grow our connector list to facilitate data flow with external systems that will be easy to connect and work within the iPaaS platform.
- Amazon S3 Connector
- Database Connector
- Email Service Connector
- File Connector
- FTP Connector
- Google Sheets Connector
- JIRA Core Connector
- Jira Service Desk Connector
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Connector
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-Premise Connector
- Microsoft Dynamics GP Connector
- Microsoft Dynamics NAV Connector
- NetSuite Connector
- PocketAdvantage Connector
- QuickBooks Desktop Connector
- QuickBooks Online REST Connectors
- Sage 100 Connector
- Sage Intacct Connector
- SageOne Connector
- Salesforce Connector
- Salesforce Streaming Connector
- Shopify Connector
- SkuVault Connectors
- Salesforce Report API
DBSync provides SDK for building custom connectors. This will be discussed in latter articles.