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Dell Boomi focuses on blockchain integrations with new update

Dell Boomi focuses on blockchain integrations with new update

Dell Boomi has added new blockchain integrations and professional certifications to its latest Fall 2018 release.

The new blockchain integration supports Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric blockchain platforms, allowing customers to add blockchain smart contracts to their workflow.

As the industry evolves, blockchain integration is vital for organizations to remain competitive in the marketplace, according to a statement from Dell Boomi to SD Times. In addition, the update would also improve integration with Google, Salesforce and Workday.

Security enhancements include the addition of two-step verification, tighter controls for simultaneous sessions, automatic virus scanning of file uploads, and the Flow-multi-region feature, which can exclude specific regions from access.

Dell Boomi: For example, if a user wants their runtime data to be in France and the business apps built with Flow to be accessible only in Singapore, they can be configured in minutes.

Boomi Flow

The company also announces that it has added new dashboard filters, visualisations and a Boomi Flow data export to improve speed and productivity. For example, low code users of Boomi Flow would get a 360-degree view of their workflows and their runtime status.

Technology is changing and Boomi is evolving to ensure that our customers have the best possible solutions to meet their business needs. With our new capabilities, we continue to re-examine the iPaaS industry and live up to our vision of The Connected Business, said Steve Wood, chief product officer at Dell Boomi.

Professional training

In the field of free on-demand and professional certification, Dell Boomi adds a number of new courses, including Professional API Design and Management Certification, Professional Linux Operational Administrator Certification and Boomi Flow Associate Certification.

Related: Dell Boomi: iPaaS needs to be reinvented

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