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How to use Integration Packs in Dell Boomi

Anthony Dinh

There are some instances where you may wish to package a set of processes that ready for installation by managed accounts. Dell Boomi offers a solution to this problem with the use of Integration packs. Integrations packs allow you to offer a pre-packaged solution to your end users.

There are however a few things to consider before using integration packs:

  1. You can only have a maximum of 100 processes in a single integration pack.
  2. There are several components that cannot be added to an integration pack. Those elements included
    • Process Route Components
    • Processes that contain Process Route Components
    • API Components
    • Certificate Components
  3. Processes must first be published to a process library before being added to an integration pack. For more information about how to use process libraries in Dell Boomi, see this link

Integration pack management and multi-install integration packs are optional Dell Boomi AtomSphere features that must first be enabled before using.

Creating an Integration Pack

Navigate to the Integration Pack Page

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Click on the + button to create an Integration Pack

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Create a name for the Integration pack along with a description.

You can also select the Integration Pack Type:

  • Single Attachment – Single instance of integration pack can be installed per account
  • Multiple Attachment – Multiple instances of the integration pack can be installed per account

Please note that once an integration pack has been created, it is not possible to change the type of the integration pack.

 

You can add processes to the integration pack by clicking on the plus button and selecting the process.

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When releasing updates to integration packs, you have the option of releasing the integration pack immediately or at a certain date. You can navigate to this window by clicking on the gear.

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In order for your end users to install and use your integrations packs, they must first be made available to your users. To do so, first navigate to the account setup page.27

Navigate to Account Groups

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Choose the account group that you wish to make the integration pack available to.

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Navigate to the resources tab.

 

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Click the + button to add an integration pack to the account group

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Select the integration pack that you wish to add.

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Before Integration Packs can be used by managed accounts, they must first be installed.

You can do so by navigating to the deploy page and clicking on Integration Packs.

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Click on the + button the view and install Integration Packs that are available

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The Integration Pack is now available to deploy.37

 

Dell Boomi AtomSphere

 The Dell Boomi AtomSphere integration platform is a shared-everything, multi-tenant platform that supports cloud-to-cloud, SaaS-to-SaaS, cloud-to-on-premises, on-premises-to-on-premises and B2B integration. Boomi AtomSphere supports real-time integration and elastically scales to meet high-volume needs in mobile, batch (ETL) and EDI environments. Easily accessed via a browser, it delivers an impressive range of integration, master data management (MDM) and platform extension capabilities.

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Thanks a lot for step by step instructions on deploying integration packs across accounts

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