New connectors have been added to Nexla! Check them out in the product now.
1. Github: Software Development
2. Pendo: Product Experience and Digital Adoption
3. TheTradeDesk: Media Buying Platform
4. hiBob: Human Resources
Connect your Oracle NetSuite instance data in and out of Nexla securely by setting up Token Based Authentication in your NetSuite credential. Learn more in the new guide available in the Nexla Help Center.
The newest update brings Snowflake Key-Pair authentication as an option when connecting to your Snowflake warehouse. Key-Pair authentication adds an enhanced layer of security rather than the basic authentication methods. Learn more in Snowflake documentation.
Connect with a new flavor of Postgres SQL with Google's new database product, AlloyDB. Learn more about AlloyDB and its benefits here, and stay tuned for our launch partnership announcement as a Day 1 provider to AlloyDB.
The code editor in Nexla is now faster and easier to use, with enriched function dropdowns. Check it out live in the product.
Connect with your Postgres SQL database using the Cloud Spanner product in Nexla. This connector offers another option for SQL databases from Google. Learn more about Cloud Spanner and its benefits here.
Nexla's CLI (Command Line Interface) for developers got a major overhaul with new features, capabilities, and quality of life fixes. Check it out on the Nexla Developer Center.
What is a CLI?
Nexla's CLI is a powerful tool for developers to work with Nexla data and flows, available as a Python library, in the terminal of your choice. For super-users or those that need to create their own batch automations, the CLI makes it easy.
Google BigQuery's batch loading limit is 150,000 records a day. However, one of our customers - a top national retail brand (see below) - started to surpass that.
Using Nexla's flexible template connectors, we were able to create a streaming connector to Google BigQuery with an uncapped limit, pushing records in real time!
Nexla's REST API connector gets an upgrade with new Template Macros for multi-step APIs. What does that mean? Even complicated, multi-step API sources can now be templatized, shared, and repeated easily in Nexla. Check it out in Nexla now.