Scribe has been committed to making our iPaaS solution platform even more scalable and easy to use each day, whether it’s improving our drag and drop “no code” features, or rolling out extended services like the Google Doc documentation tool, which you can find on our DEV portal and automatically generates documentation for integrations. When it comes to the Microsoft Dynamics 365 community, we have created our first application for the Microsoft AppSource called Scribe Works for Dynamics 365. Scribe Works for Dynamics 365 (Figure 1) is a free application for Scribe Online customers that lets you monitor the status of all your Scribe integration solutions – without ever leaving your Dynamics 365 environment.
Figure 1: A Native Monitoring Tool for Scribe Online Integrations
Many organizations have digital transformation initiatives underway which rely on their ability to integrate various applications, data stores, and things. With an iPaaS solution like Scribe that is so easy to use, we are now seeing more business analysts, as an alternative to IT, taking ownership of the integration process.
Now business analysts can have a greater level of productivity by not having to leave their Dynamics 365 environment to check on the status of business-critical integrations. At a glance from the Scribe Works monitoring tool, shown in Figure 2, you can see the status or health of each solution. The insight provided by Scribe Works for Dynamics 365 allows you to assess the areas where your attention is needed across your entire portfolio of integration solutions, including solutions for one-time data migrations, ongoing data replication to databases and data warehouses, and real-time synchronizations between Dynamics 365 applications and other applications.
Figure 2: Scribe Works for Dynamics 365 monitoring screen detail
Scribe Works is a native Dynamics 365 app. With Scribe Works for Dynamics 365, you can extend your productivity with Scribe Online by now getting visibility into the status of all your Scribe integrations from directly within their Dynamics 365 environment. This is important for organizations driving efficiencies and enabling people outside their core IT group, including business analysts and even “citizen integrators” to be more productive by not having to open tickets with IT or changing applications to see the status or health their integrations.
Figure 3: Scribe Works for Dynamics 365 is available in the AppSource.
Take advantage of this free application plug in for Dynamics 365 by going to the Microsoft AppSource (see Figure 3) to install the Scribe Works monitoring tool for Dynamics 365.