I've got some exciting news! I've been chatting with a friend of mine, David La Motta - Co-Founder of Emitrom Inc., regarding his cool new product Integra. David was nice enough to give me a demo of his new product and I thought, "This is so cool, I want to share it with my blog friends!". What is Integra you ask? From Emitrom's site, "Integra is an integration, orchestration and automation Platform as a Service, allowing you to make orthogonal components of your IT infrastructure work together for the better good of your business." With Integra you can create workflows, customize them for your customer needs and automate the workflows so you don't have to spend tons of time re-running steps by hand!
I invited David to be a guest blogger on Glick's Gray Matter to share his new product and luckily he accepted! Without further delay, I give you Emitrom’s Integra!
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Got PowerShell? Let Integra expose it via REST
- authentication (see the different types we support)
- an automatically generated REST API
- access via SDKs in 8 programming languages
- remote execution via Integra's CLI
- remote execution via Integra's mobile portal
- ...and more
- Time to market: the speed of adding new functionality to Integra is unparalleled via the PowerShell provider. If you have a PowerShell module, you can import it and start using it right away.
- PowerShell cmdlets normalized into Integra actions can now be piped, be executed sequentially or concurrently, use Integra variables, be scheduled or ran on demand, have validation in the UI, etc.
- An otherwise confined-to-Windows PowerShell module can have a new meaning in life and be accessed from anywhere via REST. This means that you can concentrate on providing the best PowerShell module you possibly can, and letting Integra handle the REST (pun intended :-).
- True cross-platform operations are now a reality. You may have an Integra workflow that executes a core Windows PowerShell action, whose output is fed to an action on Linux, whose output is fed to the Nimble array, and at the end everything is packed in an email and sent to you. The possibilities become endless.
- Integra provides SDKs in many different languages. REST is not your cup of tea? With Integra you can execute the same PowerShell cmdlets from Java, Python, Ruby or more by leveraging the Integra SDKs.