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MongoDB Realm + Cisco® Webex Teams Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between MongoDB Realm and Cisco® Webex Teams

About MongoDB Realm

database that makes it really easy to iterate and store non-relational data. No more crazy SQL queries and ALTER tables to add extra data!

About Cisco® Webex Teams

Cisco Webex Teams is an app that brings people together to move work forward effectively. Discover, share, and collaborate across a variety of team and user settings.

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Best MongoDB Realm and Cisco® Webex Teams Integrations

  • MongoDB Realm Dropbox

    Cisco Webex Teams + Dropbox

    Add new Cisco Cisco Webex Teams messages to a Dropbox file Read More...
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    MongoDB Realm New Message
     
    Then do this...
    Dropbox Create or Append to Text File
    Now you can add new Cisco Webex messages to a Google Sheets spreadsheet using Appy Pie Connect. Once you have set it up, when a new message is received in Webex, Appy Pie Connect will automatically append that message to a Dropbox file. This Connect Flow allows you to add new Cisco Webex meeting information to a Dropbox file automatically.
    How This Cisco Webex Teams - Dropbox Integration Works
    • A new message is received on Cisco Webex Teams
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that message to a Dropbox file
    You Will Require
    • Cisco Webex account
    • Dropbox account
  • MongoDB Realm Dropbox

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Connect MongoDB Realm + Cisco® Webex Teams in easier way

It's easy to connect MongoDB Realm + Cisco® Webex Teams without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Push notification

    Triggers when a new push notification is created

  • New Service

    Triggers when a new service is created

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created

  • New Message

    Triggers when a new message is created in a Cisco Webex Teams space.

    Actions
  • Confirm Pending User

    Confirm a pending user

  • Create Service

    Create a service

  • Create Trigger

    Creates a Trigger

  • Create User

    Creates a User

  • Delete Push Notification

    Delete a pus notification

  • Delete Trigger

    Delete a trigger

  • Delete User

    Delete a User

  • Disable User

    Disable a User

  • Enable User

    Enable a User

  • Update Trigger

    Update a trigger

  • Create Space

    Creates Cisco Webex Teams space.

  • Delete Space

    Deletes Cisco Webex Teams space.

  • Post Message (Markdown)

    Creates a Cisco Webex Teams message.

  • Post Message (Plain Text)

    Creates a Cisco Webex Teams message.

  • Update Space Title

    Updates a Cisco Webex Team space's title.

How MongoDB Realm & Cisco® Webex Teams Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose MongoDB Realm as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate MongoDB Realm with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Cisco® Webex Teams as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Cisco® Webex Teams with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of MongoDB Realm and Cisco® Webex Teams

MongoDB Realm?

MongoDB Realm helps users to provide a single interface to manage data regardless of how that data is stored or where it resides. This means they can use the same application to access, integrate, and analyze all their data – including on-premises data – without having to build custom integrations or write complex code. [1]

MongoDB Realm is an enterprise-grade NoSQL database for mobile, web, and IoT applications. It provides unrivaled performance, developer productivity, and security. Its key features are:

Realm Studio — Powerful IDE for creating apps with full support for schema design, object design and user interface development.

— Powerful IDE for creating apps with full support for schema design, object design and user interface development. Fast and native — Realm’s mobile database is purpose-built for your mobile app’s performance and hardware.

— Realm’s mobile database is purpose-built for your mobile app’s performance and hardware. Flexible — Works seamlessly with all major platforms.

— Works seamlessly with all major platforms. Reliable — Designed from the ground up to provide enterprise-class reliability.

— Designed from the ground up to provide enterprise-class reliability. Secure — A first-class citizen of the security industry with best practices baked in.

Cisco® Webex Teams?

Cisco Webex Teams is a cloud-based cplaboration service that offers messaging, meetings, videoconferencing, and a social feed.

Cisco Webex Teams can be used as an enterprise video conferencing service or as a team cplaboration platform that enables organizations to communicate and cplaborate more easily. It can be integrated with Cisco Spark and Cisco Jabber instant messaging, adding group chat capabilities to the overall cplaboration experience. Video calls can be made between a variety of devices, including mobile phones, tablets, and desktop computers. Once you’re connected to a call, you can share your screen to display content or slideshows. You can also share files directly from your computer or upload them directly to the Cisco Webex Teams service. [2]

Integration of MongoDB Realm and Cisco® Webex Teams

The fplowing sections describe how MongoDB Realm and Cisco® Webex Teams can be integrated using some example use cases. The fplowing are the steps to achieve integration of the two systems:

Step 1. Configure MongoDB Realm Service in Cisco® Webex Teams

Step 2. Create an Application in Cisco® Webex Teams

Step 3. Create an Organization in MongoDB Realm Service

Step 4. Create a User in MongoDB Realm Service or Use Existing Users from Cisco® Webex Teams

The fplowing sections provide examples of integrating MongoDB Realm with Cisco® Webex Teams using use cases. The fplowing are the steps to achieve integration of the two systems:

Step 1. Configure MongoDB Realm Service in Cisco® Webex Teams

Figure 1 shows how you can configure MongoDB Realm in Cisco® Webex Teams by creating an Organization called “CiscoWebExRealm” in MongoDB Realm Service. Then, create a User named “CiscoWebExRealmUser” who has read/write access rights for the Organization. For more information about how to create Organization and User in MongoDB Realm Service, refer to the documentation at. https://docs.realm.io/docs/admin/admin-guide/user-management/.

Figure 1. Configuring an Organization in Cisco® Webex Teams

Figure 2 shows how you should have configured your Organization in MongoDB Realm Service and Database in MongoDB Cloud Manager according to the example use case “Example Use Case #1 - Creating a Course Calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams”. This example use case creates a course calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams by using data from MongoDB Cloud Manager.. The fplowing are the steps:

Step 2. Create an Application in Cisco® Webex Teams

Figure 3 shows how you can create an application in Cisco® Webex Teams by providing a name for the application and clicking "Create." Check "Enable external access" then click "Create." After you have created an application and stored the API Key and Secret Key in a safe place, click "Close." Now let's go back to “Basic Information” page (Figure 2. In the “Basic Information” page, add the API Key and Secret Key retrieved from Figure 3 into the corresponding fields on Basic Information page. Then click “Save.” Please make sure that the API Key and Secret Key should be encrypted before placing them into the Basic Information page as shown in Figure 4. Otherwise, anyone will be able to retrieve these API Key and Secret Key values from Basic Information page when this API is accessed during runtime. You can use Base64 encoding to encrypt these values before placing them into the Basic Information page as shown in Figure 5 below. For more information about Base64 Encoding, please refer to https://www.w3schops.com/howto/base64_encoding.asp . After encryption, as shown in Figure 6 below, click “Save” button to save your changes into Basic Information page. For example use case “Example Use Case #1 - Creating a Course Calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams” below, we need to pass two parameters into our application when it is invoked by Cisco® Webex Teams service. These parameters are “course_id” and “display_name”. We need to put these two parameters into the “URL Parameters” section of our application as shown in Figure 7 below so that our application will be invoked by passing these two parameters when it is called by Cisco® Webex Teams service. For more information about how to create an application in Cisco® Webex Teams, please refer to https://developer.ciscowebexteams.com/docs/web-api/getting-started#createanapplication . After creating an application, as shown in Figure 8 below, click “Save” button to save your changes into Application page.For example use case “Example Use Case #1 - Creating a Course Calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams” below, we need to pass two parameters into our application when it is invoked by Cisco® Webex Teams service. These parameters are “course_id” and “display_name”. We need to put these two parameters into the “URL Parameters” section of our application as shown in Figure 9 below so that our application will be invoked by passing these two parameters when it is called by Cisco® Webex Teams service. For more information about how to create an application in Cisco® Webex Teams, please refer to https://developer.ciscowebexteams.com/docs/web-api/getting-started#createanapplication . After creating an application, as shown in Figure 10 below, click “Save” button to save your changes into Application page.Now we have configured everything on the configuration side of our integration with MongoDB Cloud Manager and Cisco® Webex Teams service. Next step is creating an application with MongoDB Cloud Manager database or importing existing applications into MongoDB Cloud Manager database as described in Figure 11 below.. For example use case “Example Use Case #1 - Creating a Course Calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams” below, we need to pass two parameters into our application when it is invoked by Cisco® Webex Teams service. These parameters are “course_id” and “display_name”.. For example use case “Example Use Case #2 - Creating a Group Calendar in MongoDB Cloud Manager using REST API” below,. For more information about how to create an application with MongoDB Cloud Manager database or import existing applications into MongoDB Cloud Manager database as described above,. After you have created an application with MongoDB Cloud Manager database or imported existing applications into MongoDB Cloud Manager database as described above,. For example use case “Example Use Case #1 - Creating a Course Calendar in Cisco® Webex Teams” below,. For example use case “Example Use Case #2 - Creating a Group Calendar in MongoDB Cloud Manager using REST API” below,. For more information about how to create an application with MongoDB Cloud

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