Office 365 PowerShell queries via REST: Maximizing the Kloudless Pass-through API

In our previous post, we announced the availability of the Kloudless Pass-through API. The Pass-through API enables your application to make API requests directly to third-party services, while still using Kloudless’s unified APIs. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to access the Office 365 PowerShell via the Kloudless REST API to perform administrative tasks … Continue reading Office 365 PowerShell queries via REST: Maximizing the Kloudless Pass-through API

Announcing the Kloudless Pass-through API

We are excited to announce the general availability of the new Kloudless Pass-through API endpoint. The Pass-through API enables your application to access the full functionality of the third-party software service by performing API requests directly to the service. Kloudless continues to ensure any relevant authentication information like refreshed access tokens are included in the … Continue reading Announcing the Kloudless Pass-through API

An Eventful Update

Kloudless developers can now manage their events even more efficiently using the new Events Endpoint updates. Check out what our engineers have been tinkering with below! Kloudless Enterprise Events Connect your Admin account and get access to organization-wide events. Enterprise Events can obtained through the normal events endpoint. The user responsible for the event is specified where applicable.  Events Endpoint Pagination … Continue reading An Eventful Update

How to connect with 1.2 billion Microsoft users

Last week at the Connect(); conference in New York, Microsoft publicly unveiled the Microsoft Graph, a unified API that enables developers to tap into Microsoft's 1.2 billion users around the world. There is a lot going on in the Microsoft Graph, but we will look closely at the file storage services: OneDrive (OD), OneDrive for Business (ODB), … Continue reading How to connect with 1.2 billion Microsoft users

Level Up: A Guide to Kloudless Enterprise Clustering (III of III)

This blog post was authored by David Thorman, who leads Ops at Kloudless. In our last post we covered the different options for deploying Kloudless Enterprise. When deploying Kloudless Enterprise, you would start off with a single server. However, when running any application, there is a limit to how much work a single server can handle. … Continue reading Level Up: A Guide to Kloudless Enterprise Clustering (III of III)

Level Up: You Call the Shots (Part II of III)

In our last post, we introduced Kloudless Enterprise, a version of our software that you can host in your own private infrastructure. There are actually several options for deploying Kloudless: Cloud, Cloud Private Install, On-premises, and a couple more that we can't talk about yet. But, we get it. Too many choices, too little time. … Continue reading Level Up: You Call the Shots (Part II of III)

Level Up: A Developer’s Intro to Kloudless Enterprise (Part I of III)

Get all the benefits of Kloudless without using Kloudless servers. That’s right. Now, you choose where your data goes. Introducing, the latest version of Kloudless: Kloudless Enterprise. Kloudless Enterprise is a virtual appliance that is installed to private infrastructure. This means that you can host Kloudless in your own private cloud or on-premises data center. Unlike … Continue reading Level Up: A Developer’s Intro to Kloudless Enterprise (Part I of III)