5 August 2019
Planet Crust has announced the impending release of Corteza Corredor, its new backend technology for cross-application and federated workflow automation.
“The original philosophical intent behind Planet Crust was for the platform to be a seamless three way marriage between identity, communication and business logic” says Niall McCarthy, CEO of Planet Crust. “While Corteza’s flexible and scalable micro-service architecture helps make it the ideal private cloud technological alternative to Salesforce’s centralised public cloud, Corredor delivers on our philosophical intent”.
What is Corteza Corredor?
Automations Across Planet Crust’s CRM Suite and Corteza Low-Code Applications
Corteza Corredor will enable customers to build automations and CRM workflows across any Corteza low code-based component or namespace, reducing duplication of effort and maximising synergies between your Corteza’s applications.
Federated Automation Across Instances of the Corteza Platform
Via Corteza API’s it will be possible to generate automation actions across different instances of the Corteza low-code platform, opening up a world of opportunity for efficient third party collaboration. With Corteza Corredor, your organisation can share native Corteza data anonymously and securely, decouple critical records-based systems gradually and smoothly, or simply deploy multiple free-standing systems with tight data inter-relationships.
Version Control with Git Integration (Coming Soon!)
To help protect your organisation and deliver clear version control over your automations, HTTP support for Git-based repositories will be included with Corredor. The truly flexible enterprise needs to be able to examine, re-use, evolve and even roll back its business logic easily and safely. Combined with Corteza Low Code’s unlimited namespace feature, Corredor delivers the complete business logic automation solution.
In line with Planet Crust’s open source policy, all software code for Corteza Corredor will be contributed to the Corteza project at https://www.cortezaproject.org where it will be freely available to users on a permanent basis.
Corteza Corredor will be released in early September 2019.