Exalate is a synchronization tool that helps you automatically sync data between two different task management systems. It helps you set up an integration between multiple desired instances and make your team's collaborations as efficient as possible.
To configure sync, you need to set up a connection between the task management systems. Exalate supports multiple instances and more of those are coming.
Currently, you can set up an integration between any of the supported platforms:
- Jira Cloud
- Jira on-premise/ Datacenter
- Azure DevOps
- HP QC/ALM*
*EOL NOTE: we are moving Exalate for HP QC/ALM into basic maintenance mode and it will remain so until June 2024, after which support will be halted completely. For more information, please see https://exalate.com/blog/end-of-support-hp/.
Exalate also allows you to set up same-instance integrations. For example, a Salesforce to Salesforce integration, Jira to Jira integration, etc.
Exalate lets you specify exactly what data gets copied to and from each side.
- Scripting engine and various configuration types
If you feel confident with the scripting, you can configure the sync rules by modifying them in Script mode. If you don’t feel like coding, you can choose Visual mode and define the set of rules using a no-code graphical user interface.
- Decentralized integration
The incoming and outgoing information can be easily adjusted on every side. Decisions on what information is shared and how to use the incoming data are up to every side of the connection.
Exalate allows you to synchronize information between multiple task management systems in a secure and controllable way. Check out our Security and Architecture White Paper to get explicit information on how the data is being transferred and handled by Exalate.
How to Get Started with Exalate?
To set up an Exalate integration, you have to install the Exalate app on both task management systems that you want to connect. This means you will need a valid Exalate license on your instance and the destination instance on the other side.
Note: Exalate supports decentralized integration. So you can control the outgoing and incoming information independently within Source and Destination. Learn more about this feature.
Step 1: Install Exalate on Source
Step 2: Install Exalate on Destination
Step 3: Choose a Connection Type & Configuration Mode
Step 4: Set up a connection
Step 5: Configure and Start Synchronizing
Remember, it doesn't matter which side you start from, your integration journey will remain the same
Start your Exalate journey here.