Enhanced Email Connector

Nexla's Email source connector can now ingest emails in real-time from Gmail, making emails a first-class data source for your business processes. Leveraging our new Google Pub/Sub integration we are now able to treat incoming emails as streaming/real-time data. Check out the connector in Nexla.

Google Pub/Sub Connector

Our new Google Pub/Sub connector enables building data flows for any streaming or event-driven system easily at scale. Google Pub/Sub now becomes both a source and a destination for Nexla flows, similar to our integration with Kafka. Learn more about Google Pub/Sub

Speed up your Data Flows by 2X, 4X, 8X

Need faster data flows? Now you can make your individual data flows 2X, 4X, and 8X faster at the click of a button if you are on an enterprise plan. Contact your Nexla contact to discuss enterprise plan pricing to enable throughput scaling.

Improve Data Flow organization with Projects!

Now you can add any data flow in Nexla to a "Project" to improve organization of your data flows. You can share projects with all included data flows with others. We have also added ability to clone Data Flows to quickly create new Data Flows. Click on the three dots and explore this latest feature! 


New Connector: ON24

A new connectors for ON24 means it's easier than ever to integrate these as sources or destinations. As with all Nexla connectors, these are bidirectional and universal. Start using them right away!

Note: If you need a connector that is not yet available, simply email us your needs and we will notify you as soon as it is available. 

New Connector: Zuora


A new connector for Zuora means it's easier than ever to integrate these as sources or destinations. As with all Nexla connectors, these are bidirectional and universal. Start using them right away!

Note: If you need a connector that is not yet available, simply email us your needs and we will notify you as soon as it is available. 

Nexset Documentation

You can now add more information about Nexset in the Overview section. For example, you can add description, business context, where the data comes from, comments on data freshness, common applications, etc. This provides better context to data users who are trying to determine if they should use the Nexset.


SAML based SSO

Nexla now supports SAML based single sign-on (SSO). It already supported OpenID Connect based SSO. Organizations that want seamless identity and access management will find this particularly useful.

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