Buffering within Synatic
Buffers are principally a region of physical memory storage used to temporarily store data while moving from one place to another.
The use of buffers in Synatic can be likened to a region of physical memory storage used to store or hold data while moving between processes temporarily. Typically, the data is stored in a buffer as it is retrieved from a source (i.e., a database or another web service) or just before it is sent to another flow or device.
In Synatic, you can use the API Builder to design and create your own API definition to build a set of dedicated Routes and EndPoints.
Every API definition will include the OpenAPI (Swagger) specification that the Synatic definition is based on and defines the overall structure of the API.
Monitor the events occurring in your Synatic organization
Monitor all changes that are made to your Synatic organization
The Flow Triggers option in the menu bar displays all the trigger events that have occurred, enabling you to manage the Triggers more effectively.
Relaying on-premise data to Synatic
Relays act as agents to relay data between on-premise systems and Synatic.
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