Connect Magento and Scale

24.5.2016 - 5 minutes read

Magento connector XML IPAASAfter returning from Magento Imagine recently, I think all been victims of the hype over the last couple years about Magento 2.0 Version and that’s part of the reason we’re really excited to share with you try to explain why it’s been worth the wait. So first on our agenda is to partially answer why the upgrade. Beyond the fact Magento 2.0 is definitely shiny and new, we will walk you through a few easy business justifications. At DSYNC we try to ensure that today’s content is of interest to all our audience both programmers and non-programmers alike. So I’m sure some of you are asking who is DSYNC and what do they know about Magento 2.0 release.


DSYNC have developed a Magento Connector for Salesforce, Netsuite, Pipedrive, Vend, Mailchimp, Shipstation, Shipwire, POS systems, Accounting Systems, Unleashed, Shopify and more via our SDK. The management team here at DSYNC have loved and worked with Magento for a number of years. DSYNC is a high volume IPAAS provider we connect fragmented systems together. We provide an application to join and systems together seamlessly. We’ve adapted to the continual disruptive model that really drives technology. The tech graveyard is littered with companies that were once market leaders but they were subsequently overrun by competitors who push forward with innovation both marketing and technology.

The DSYNC Magento asset helps developers to map product, customer and order data between systems including:

Map customer data: The Magento connector is perfect for developers who would like to update and map: ids, email, first_name, last_name,usernames, password, last_order_date, orders_count, total_spend,avatar_url, billing_address, company, address_1, address_2, city, state,postcode,phone,country, Add your own customer fields and customize.

Map order data: With the DSYNC connector developers can map order attributes including: id, order_number, created_at, updated_at, status, currency, total, subtotal, total_line_items_quantity, total_tax, total_shipping, cart_tax, total_discount, subtotal, payment_details, method_title,paid,transaction_id, shipping_address, note, customer_id, view_order_url, line_items, price, quantity, meta, label, value, variations, shipping_lines, tax_lines, coupon_lines, code, amounts and many more custom data attributes that require mapping.

Map product data: Magento extension is perfect to map attributes including: id, title, name, created_at, updated_at, type, status, downloadable, virtual, regular_price, sale_price, sale_price_dates_from, sales_price_dates_to, price_html, taxable, managing_stock, backorders, sold_individually, purchasable, featured, visible, catalog_visibility, on_sale, weight, dimensions, length, width, height, unit, shipping_required, shipping_class, description enable_html_description, short_description, enable_html_short_description,reviews_allowed and many more product data attributes.

DSYNC magento connect to pipedrive SAP Netsuite and SalesforceMagento was now with the precipice, the commerce platform segment has gone through tremendously redefinition since Magento was the primary disruption company. Today’s marketplace demands improved performance and scale; it must address the onslaught of commerce mobile. It must provide a total flexible architecture. It is these and other issues that Magento 1 cannot satisfy but through Magento 2  will again redefine the market. It will do so through database improvements with Magento it’s single point of failure has always been the database, you can scale a front-end web server, you can deliver all your content through a CDN and you can use load balancing to handle it all. But at the end of the day Magento’s Achilles heel has always been its MySQL database.

But really no more with Magento 2.0 version you can have stand-alone databases for (OMS) order management; for the catalog and customer databases and for checkout. Total independence and you’re no longer trapped with MySQL. Magento 2.0 also works with other alternatives like Oracle. So this gives you really total freedom to handle lots of traffic and control it. Too much front-end traffic slowing down those in the checkout, it’s not an issue because now you have a dedicated database, making it faster and easier for people to check out. And because the database improvements, you can have over 25 concurrent admins updating the catalog while you have another 50 users in the admin back-end processing orders.

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