Beware, this is my brain dump as I attempt to figure out Segment integrations. It might seem disconnected at first but I’ll make every effort to loop things back around. First a few pieces of context, or more simply my goals for this blog entry:
1. My goal here is to implement a server side integration with Segment that allows for data, which flows through their system, to end up in another system.
2. The term, it appears, for the software one would build and deploy to their system for them to feed data into another system is called an integration. There is a long list of the integrations that they have available today. It’s so long, that Segment actually has a search feature and all of the integrations divided into sub groups of integrations by advertising, analytics, marketing, sales, support, developer, and user testing.
Even though I left Webtrends well over 6 months ago, I still regularly talk to a number of my cohorts there. I also still talk to a number of customers who I became friends with over my years with the company. I was contacted recently by a couple of those contacts asking if the posts I made or the SDK I helped put together were still available. I went to searching and I found the following blog entries that I had put together while at Webtrends. In addition I did find a link to the Webtrends DX .NET SDK. I however would check with someone at Webtrends as to if it is supported or has been kept up to date. Either way, it provides a great resource for a starting point in accessing the Webtrends DX RESTful APIs.
Webtrends DX .NET SDK
Hope these links provide a good kick start for using the Webtrends DX API. 🙂