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To resolve some of the most common doubts, here are answers to some frequently asked questions

Absolutely. We are your data highway for cloud traffic. Accordingly it is core to our product to provide you with easy-to-use tools and visibility to understand your API traffic — both the connectors themselves and the APIs you are integrating.

That’s dependent on each API’s response time (i.e. – the API provider and that specific API). We keep tabs on the average response time and display it on the API details page for you to reference.

We currently only support HTTPS.

All traffic to Aloi’s servers — and within our network — is https encrypted in flight. Encryption outside of Aloi’s network is dependent on the API provider’s setup.

No! At Aloi, we are strong believers in the power of a query language to orchestrate efficient data fetching across SaaS apps. We also stand loyal with the modern standards of REST. To use Aloi, simply define your RESTful API endpoints and we’ll do the work to provide you with a GraphQL interface to connect and explore data across all of your APIs.

We are currently working exclusively with organizations to fulfill their integrations and cloud connectivity needs. Our goal is democratize software connectivity for developers and businesses alike. At our core, Aloi is a community of innovators and developers working to simplify the big ugly challenges of integration SaaS apps.

If you’re a developer, sign up here to stay in loop on the launch of our free developer platform. If you are working in an organization that is feeling the pain of integration your SaaS apps, contact us so we can connect further.

Yes! Your GraphQL query tells us which APIs to call, so you can call as many as you need. In fact, your endpoint options are endless.

Absolutely! Aloi takes care of running the entire integration from end-to-end so you don’t have to. Build, test, deploy, and manage all of your integrations on Aloi.

Think of a connector as a small application that integrates your desired apps from end-to-end. A typical connector includes at least 1 defined API endpoint and a GraphQL query.