Exalate has an advanced transaction-based synchronization engine where every change is recorded and queued such that it is applied in the correct order.
Unlike other synchronization tools, Exalate picks up sync events immediately and starts to synchronize them. It tracks the synchronization events, ensuring that every event processes in the same order as the original issue event. This means that if a problem occurs with a change processing (i.e. when updates happen), it will be queued and applied in the same order as it was made on the original issue. Exalate ensures that all changes are applied as soon as the problem is fixed.
You can start synchronization in Exalate in the following four ways:
- Triggers operation (for automatic synchronization)
- Exalate operation (for manual synchronization)
- Connect operation (for connecting and syncing existing entities)
- Exalate Now Post function (Only for Jira Cloud and Jira on-premise)