API updates are released periodically to allow integration between custom applications and Signiant products. API updates are released on different schedules:
Signiant Jet API is now generally available, and includes new functionality for webhook and email notifications. For more information, see Working With Jet Event Webhooks and Working With Jet Email Notifications.
Signiant Jet API is now available for Early Access. For more information, see the getting started guide, or contact your Signiant sales representative.
The Signiant Media Shuttle Management API and System-to-Person API receive periodic updates, and are released throughout the year.
To learn more about Media Shuttle integration, see the getting started guide.
Management API: You can now list portal members using GET requests to the
Management API: You can now set and/or modify portal member expiry as an attribute when creating or modifying portal members using the
Management API: Added support for link authentication security settings when creating a portal using the
Management API: You can now use GET requests to the
/transfers endpoint to list the storage location associated with an active transfer. If your portal uses local file storage with multiple storage servers, the
/transfers endpoint will identify the server assigned to a specific transfer.
Management API: You can now set and/or modify portal member permissions as an attribute when creating or modifying portal members using the
System-to-Person API: The System-to-Person API allows you to use webhooks, or callback functions, to trigger post-transfer actions using a third-party service. For more information, see Working with System-to-Person Webhooks.
System-to-Person API: The System-to-Person API allows you to create upload and download links directly from MAMs, DAMs, and other applications, letting you accelerate file transfers through Media Shuttle. For more information, see the System to Person overview.
Request files via Media Shuttle (Beta Test): Beta program participants can now request files using the Media Shuttle administration API.
Flight Deck provides a REST API to allow integration with custom applications or clients. Signiant Manager software receives updated and improved REST API updates as part of its regular release schedule.
To learn more about using the Manager REST API, see the getting started guide.
Version 15.1 includes the ability to apply job labels via the REST API as well as documentation improvements.
Version 15.0 includes the ability to create Object Mover jobs using a Windows Agent.
Version 14.0 includes enhancements to Manager job scaling and reliability previously available as opt-in options as the default configuration. This includes overall capacity improvements for creating jobs using the REST API. For more information, see Environment Optimization.
Version 13.5 includes opt-in enhancements to Manager job scaling and reliability, including increased capacity for creating jobs using the REST API.
Prior to 13.5, jobs relied on custom integrations to manage loads, and jobs would occasionally fail due to lack of available resources in the REST interface.
As of this version, the REST API queue uses a Token Bucket algorithm to balance requests against a set number of resource tokens as an opt-in enhancement.
You can now execute over 100 concurrent REST requests with minimal impact to overall performance by enabling the new feature.
Version 13.4 includes support for AWS S3 object storage profiles, as well as the ability to manage storage profiles via REST API. For more information, see Object Storage Profiles on SwaggerHub.
Version 13.2 supports REST API calls for job management and scheduling. Client programs can create, edit, delete, and schedule operations to run, cancel, suspend, and resume. All SOAP API job management calls are now available via the REST API.
Version 13.1 includes support for REST REST calls for Jobs and Resource Controls. With this updated version of the REST API, your client programs can manage users, user groups, agent groups, job groups, jobs, channels, and resource controls.