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Embedded and MSP Solutions


Customers participating in Jitterbit’s Partner Program can have Jitterbit components and functionality seamlessly integrated into their existing technology stack. Jitterbit’s Managed Service Provider (MSP) service allows partners to deploy and maintain integrations on behalf of their customers.

This page explores some of the ways of doing this, with a focus on the following Jitterbit technologies:


To learn more about embedding Harmony functionality into your own systems, contact Sales or your Customer Success Manager (CSM).

Predefined template libraries with Jitterbit’s Harmony Marketplace

With Harmony Marketplace, you can upload your private templates or recipes, creating a library of predefined templates that allow the rapid deployment of integrations, and accelerate the time to deploy integrations. Deployed projects are customizable using the full power of the Cloud Studio integration project designer. This allows any one-off changes to be quickly applied.

Whether your integration is a single workflow or an extensive collection of complex workflows, templates allow you to encapsulate the process into an easy-to-deploy container that lets less technical resources do the deployment of your processes or facilitate the automation of deployment via platform APIs.

Embedded Integration Deployment with Jitterbit’s Harmony platform APIs

Embedded Integration Deployment (EID) allows partners to drive the deployment and management of integrations using APIs.

Harmony platform APIs can automate everything from deployment of a template, monitoring platform status, updating credentials, and more, depending on the requirements of the partner. For more information on what specific APIs we have available, please contact your CSM.

Custom white-label applications with Jitterbit’s Vinyl

Vinyl, Jitterbit’s low-code application platform (LCAP), lets you build apps that slip neatly into your business workflow, augmenting or replacing in-house apps and processes.

You can configure the theme, style, and working metaphors of Vinyl apps to blend in with any existing workflow pattern or way of working. You can build adaptive, flexible, and mobile-ready front-end applications for data input and information gathering, for reporting and display, or for validating and routing in-flight data streams. Together with API Manager APIs and Cloud Studio projects, Vinyl apps create a tightly coupled and streamlined front-end system for any new or existing integrations.

Vinyl can also create custom administrative capabilities, allowing OEM and MSP/Embedded partners to enhance, manage, and monitor their Harmony integration deployment. Custom dashboards can be built to let internal teams (operations, services, support) or end customers configure integrations, view logs, and more. Applications can be built to include CRM or other internal platform data and details related to the Harmony deployment, giving your team everything you need for a 365-degree view of your integration offering.

Custom APIs with Jitterbit’s Harmony API Manager

Harmony API Manager lets you create versatile and reusable endpoints for delivering or consuming data from Cloud Studio or Design Studio projects.

API Manager APIs can be fully customized to match your existing API and endpoint inventories, leveraging the over 200 connectors available in Cloud Studio, or your own custom connectors for Cloud Studio. Security and user role profiles ensure the accessibility of your APIs is strictly controlled. A comprehensive set of API analytics and traffic logging tools help you know where to focus your performance improvement efforts.

Platform APIs allow you to interact with your Harmony deployment programmatically, either via integration with existing DevOps and logging tools or custom administration apps built with Vinyl. These APIs are continually enhanced to include additional features to automate various aspects of Harmony administration.

Custom connectors with Jitterbit’s Connector Builder and Connector SDK

Legacy or custom in-house endpoints don’t have to remain beyond the scope of your data automation and transformation plans just because there are no connectors available for them. Most applications can be integrated with via standards-based connectivity (HTTP, SOAP, FTP, etc.), but if your company finds it beneficial, they can encapsulate the connectivity in a connector.

You can create your own Cloud Studio connectors and customize them to fit into any platform, no matter how obscure or bespoke. Use Jitterbit’s Connector Builder to create a REST-based connector through a wizard-based UI within Cloud Studio, or Jitterbit’s Connector SDK to develop a connector from scratch using Jitterbit’s Java development kit.