Dell Boomi has added the following improvements to the August 2017 release of Dell Boomi AtomSphere.
AtomSphere-Boomi Flow integration
A new Flow Service component is added to define the actions in a Boomi Flow (formerly ManyWho) service. The Flow Service component is independently deployable through the Deploy > Flow Services screen.
Once the component is deployed, a Flow Services Server operation can be used to listen for a Boomi Flow service to call an AtomSphere process.
The AtomSphere API and AtomSphere Partner API support a new operation called changeListenerStatus. You can use changeListenerStatus to programmatically pause, resume, or restart a single listener or all listeners.
Connector browse operations can now run in forked executions in private Atom Clouds for which forked execution is enabled. This enhancement allows browse operations to use user-installed JAR files, effectively expanding the breadth of supported database connection types.
Google Cloud Storage connector
With the new Google Cloud Storage connector, you can quickly and easily build integrations with Google’s Cloud Storage service — for example, to host and serve website content, store data for archival and disaster recovery, and distribute large data objects to users through direct download.
Web Services SOAP Client connector
An HTTP authentication is implemented in the Web Services SOAP Client connection for application of authentication schemes in the following order:
- SPNEGO (Kerberos and NTLM)
- HTTP Digest
- HTTP Basic
To enable the authentication for a connection, set Security Type to HTTP Authentication in the Connection tab.
For more information, find all the details on the August Release Notes in the AtomSphere Reference Guide.