Frequently Asked Questions

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What is iPaaS?

iPaaS is a platform for building, deploying and monitoring integrations in the cloud or on-premises.

How do I sign up?

Contact us or one of our partners for a 1-month free trial.

Do I need to enter my credit card info to sign up for a free trial?

No, but if you decide to continue after one month trial you will need to enter payment details.

How do I sign up?

Contact us or one of our partners for a 1-month free trial.

Can I cancel my account at any time?

Yes, if you decide that Netlang was not the best integration platform for your business, simply cancel your account under My Organization.

How will I be charged?

You are billed based on:
– Subscription fee – A monthly basic fee.
– Usage fee – You will be billed for the services you are using and optional transfer cost.

Where is my data stored?

Depending on which services you are using, data can be stored locally or in the cloud. You can choose to exclusively use on-premises services if you have local laws and regulations that demand applications and data to stay within your organization.


Can I import my existing code into Netlang?

Yes, if it Java you can upload jar files and use them.

What if Netlang lacks support for my system?

You can create your custom adapter in java and use it with our Low-Code tool.

How can I trigger my integrations?

There are several ways an integration could be triggered, either manual, by timer, by file creation, via REST Api or queue event.

Do I have to use the web based low-code tool?

No, Netlang has out of the box support for Eclipse. You can set up a link to your local Eclipse workspace and synchronize code changes into Netlang. There is also an Eclipse plugin available that allows you to use resources in Netlang.

How does Netlang communicate with my local resources?

In order to access local resources (files, databases, on-premises applications or servers) in Netlang a Gateway must be installed on a machine within the local network. The Gateway connects to Netlang and creates an encrypted tunnel where all communications is made.

What happens if there is an Internet outages?

Even if connectivity is broken with the outside world Integrations will still be run locally for minutes, hours, days and longer.

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