Integrating third-party application with NetSuite can involve a large number of development resources, it is important to set realistic expectations and goals at the outset if you are to achieve a viable, robust integration. In addition, a number of technical and business considerations need to be taken into account when choosing a technology stack most appropriate for this type of integration.

RabbitMQ is the most widely deployed open source message broker. RabbitMQ runs on many operating systems and cloud environments and provides a wide range of developer tools for most popular languages.

  • RabbitMQ Features Asynchronous Messaging
    Distributed Deployment
    Enterprise & Cloud Ready
    Tools & Plugins
    Management & Monitoring
  • NetSuite FeaturesSuiteScript 2.0
    Token based authorization
    Scheduler to sync the data
    Exception Handling for bulk data
    Flexible and Extensible
  • Other HighlightsReliability
    Flexible Routing
    Clustering
    Tracing
    Many Clients

We recently integrated Klinify with NetSuite using RabbitMQ. Whenever any patient gets registered at NetSuite automatically synchronized with Klinify. All the appointment, events and call will be synchronized after that and off-course using RabbitMQ.

Here the important part is as a product owner, you don’t need to develop multiple APIs for different applications, using RabbitMQ anyone can integrate (PHP, JAVA, .NET, Jason, Java-Script, Python etc) the application. You don’t bother about the hosting and maintenance of your API, instead, focus on your business only.

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