Release Notes: This is a major release that includes a revamped graphical UI with a new workflow process designer and integration server enhancements such as pipeline insertions and scripting, synchronous/asynchronous operations, and parallel processing with data chunking. Enterprise-focused upgrades to the server allow organizations to significantly increase scalability and performance by intelligently and dynamically maximizing hardware utilization.
Release Notes: This is a major release that significantly improves the overall architecture for enterprise companies and the overall user experience. Highlights include significant productivity gains and easier maintenance, new multi-threading and data chunking schemes for handling larger volumes of data, native connectivity to LDAP/Active Directory as a source and target system, a new formula builder syntax that makes handling complex integrations and data transformations easier than ever before, and increased flexibility and scalability for large transactions including HTTP upload and XML streaming.
Release Notes: Plug-ins allow users to customize their solutions by easily adding new functionality to Jitterbit to meet their individual needs, such as a specific type of security encryption, alternative data cleansing mechanisms, or event-based triggers to launch other in-house applications. The formula builder has been upgraded to include new functions, an auto-completion feature, and other powerful additions to increase productivity. This release can create text document structures from template files, convert database structures to text structures, and more.
Release Notes: This beta release includes a number of significant feature additions including email support, plug-in support, global variables, and an improved Formula Builder. Upgrading of production versions is not recommended. Jitterpaks created in this version are not backwards compatible.
Release Notes: This major release with powerful new functionality includes support for LDAP that makes it possible to integrate enterprise systems with corporate directory services. Hosted Web Services allow Web services to be exposed securely to the outside world. Cookie support was added for storing session information. Over 50 bugs were closed.
Release Notes: The major addition to this version is the inclusion of pre-defined integrations, called Jitterpaks. Jitterpaks are XML documents that encapsulate all the parts of an integration operation, including the source, target, document definitions, and data transformations. Users can develop and publish Jitterpaks or import previously created Jitterpaks to get a jump start in connecting a variety of applications, databases, and other data points. Jitterpaks can be shared with the community on Jitterbit's forums.
Release Notes: This release includes a revamped installer that makes it much quicker and easier to get the integration server up and running with Apache and PostgreSQL. It includes important bugfixes, better stability, and additional support for XML schemas, Web services, and various databases.