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Iron.io Integration

Connect Iron.io and send data to Iron.io with Rudderstack.

Destination

Event Stream

Custom

Iron.io Integration

Connect Iron.io and send data to Iron.io with Rudderstack.

Destination

Event Stream

Custom

RudderStack enables you to seamlessly send your event data from a variety of event sources to Iron.io. All you need to do is configure Iron.io as a destination in RudderStack. Once enabled, events collected by RudderStack will automatically start flowing to Iron.io in real-time. You can then leverage this event data to scale your Docker-based jobs on the cloud.

By Integrating Iron.io with RudderStack, you can:

  • Track all your cross-platform event data without having to instrument the integration manually
  • Send the event data to Iron.io in real-time
  • Deploy Docker-based jobs on cloud public, private, or on-premises clouds
Available via webhook

Send event data to Iron.io by enabling webhooks in your RudderStack dashboard, then using our Transformations feature to shape the payload for the Iron.io API. Once enabled, RudderStack will forward events to Iron.io (note, this requires leveraging cloud API endpoints for Iron.io ).

Frequently Asked Questions

Iron.io is a serverless tools and messaging queue service that enables developers to more easily build features and manage event messaging in their tech stack.

Difficulty can vary based on the complexity of your tech stack and data. Many users choose to simplify implementation by sending data through secure serverless tools and messaging queue integration tools like RudderStack.

Pricing for Iron.io can vary depending on your use case and data volume. RudderStack offers transparent, volume-based event pricing. See RudderStack's pricing.

Iron.io is a serverless app platform that enables enterprises to reliably scale their Docker-based jobs on any cloud, public, private, or on-premises.

Iron.io provides scalable and efficient solutions for managing workloads in cloud applications, enabling businesses to save time and resources. By leveraging serverless tools such as IronWorker and IronMQ, companies can streamline job processing and communication between microservices, resulting in improved application performance and faster response times.

Iron.io's serverless architecture allows businesses to build and deploy applications without the need to manage infrastructure. This flexibility enables companies to scale their applications on-demand, only paying for the resources they consume. By utilizing IronWorker and IronMQ, organizations can reduce operational costs and focus on core business initiatives instead of infrastructure management.

IronWorker is a serverless task processing service ideal for time-consuming or intensive tasks. It offers advantages like concurrent processing, task scheduling, and Docker support, which allows you to package your task's code and dependencies for consistent performance across different environments.

IronMQ is a scalable message queue service that facilitates asynchronous processing in your applications. It allows applications to communicate and share data through messages, promoting real-time application response.

IronCache is a key-value store that enables sharing state between applications or caching expensive database queries. It helps to store and retrieve small amounts of data quickly, reducing the load on your database and making your application faster.

Iron.io's services offer scalability, flexibility, and ease of integration that often surpass traditional systems. With Iron.io, you can easily scale up or down based on your needs, and you don't have to manage any infrastructure.

About Iron.io

Iron.io is a collection of hosted serverless tools that help you build a robust, container-based infrastructure that can handle workloads of all scale and complexity. It consists of four major tools to handle your workloads – IronWorker, IronCache, IronFunctions, and IronMQ. Iron offers flexibility, scalability, speed, and strong performance – the core values you need to build a modern infrastructure.