Kloudless Blog

Tutorials, case studies and how-tos from our experts

We Want to Send You to GlueCon 2019!

We are so excited to announce our sponsorship of the annual GlueCon conference, which takes place from May 22nd to 23rd in Broomfield, Colorado. GlueCon is a one-stop shop for exploring the future of technology, learning about the latest developments in various fields, and mingling with a community of experts. Our amazing Head of Content, … Continue Reading

New UI Tool featuring Kloudless Calendar API

We are excited to announce the launch of a UI Tool that features the Kloudless Calendar API.  Our Calendar API has been the most popular API since its release. Creating this open source solution benefits all developers who wish to integrate with calendar services. Check out the Meeting Scheduler on Github! Meeting Scheduler Our Meeting … Continue Reading

Best Practices to Safeguard Data from Breach

Trust is one of the most important values that an individual places in a company when using any product, and it’s no different when it comes to software. The Google+ API breach and Facebook’s recent exposure reminds us of how data breaches not only bring about multi-billion dollar fines, but also severely jeopardize trust between … Continue Reading

Securing enterprise data across cloud services

We’re right around the corner from this year’s RSA Conference, held in San Francisco from April 16-20! As the conference approaches, it’s the perfect time for enterprises to evaluate their security priorities for the coming year. What’s new in cyber security? Interest in cyber security solutions has risen dramatically this decade. We know that the … Continue Reading

Kloudless raises $6M to ease the software integration process

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve raised $6M in Series A funding in a round led by Aspect Ventures, with participation by Bow Capital, Alibaba Taiwan Entrepreneur Fund, Heavybit, and Ajay Shah of Silver Lake Capital! With its one-to-many approach, Kloudless Unified APIs free developers and product teams from building tedious and expensive one-off integrations. … Continue Reading

Introducing the Kloudless Query Language and new CRM connectors

Kloudless initially launched the unified CRM API with support for Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics, enabling developers to connect apps with two large open SaaS CRM platforms. The initial release provided core features such as CRUD operations for all objects, near real-time activity monitoring, and making batch requests. We often think of Salesforce, Microsoft, and SAP … Continue Reading

Kloudless Treehouse Adventure

Eight weeks previous, the Kloudless HQ team found themselves in a literal treehouse in Guerneville, California, for their annual retreat. The following is a vivified recount of the trip’s exciting festivities—and, for all of our readers, a fascinating peek behind the scenes into Kloud culture. Day 1 Upon entering the treehouse, VP Engineering Tim, Kloudless’s … Continue Reading

Metrics and Monitoring at Kloudless

This post was written by our engineering intern, Matthew Soh. Metrics and monitoring are important for any service. They provide critical information needed to detect and respond to incidents and issues. Kloudless deals with millions of requests, and keeping track of everything can be difficult. Kloudless has recently integrated a new metrics system to tackle … Continue Reading

Calendar API: Availability Endpoint now… available!

This post was written by our software engineer, Ryan Connor. Finding an appropriate meeting time can take a lot of effort, even with just a few participants who have only a single calendar. Finding a meeting time that is sure to work for many participants with multiple calendars managed by several cloud services? Good luck! … Continue Reading

Calendar API: Activity Stream

This post is by our engineering intern, Ellen Luo. Receive real-time updates for Google and Outlook Calendar with the new Events endpoint for the Calendar API! The Events endpoint allows your application to easily keep track of calendar items that have been added, modified or deleted in your primary calendar. This Events endpoint is part … Continue Reading