Getting Started with Cloud Studio¶
Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio is Jitterbit's web-based project design application. To get started using Cloud Studio, refer to this introductory material:
Cloud Studio Quick Start Guide
The basics for new users of Cloud Studio, including creating a new project from scratch and an overview of project design concepts.
Cloud Studio FAQ
Frequently asked questions about Cloud Studio.
Cloud Studio Overview for Design Studio Users
A document for existing Design Studio users to transition to Cloud Studio, including a comparison of major features.
Cloud Studio Terminology A reference for commonly used terms and concepts in Cloud Studio.
Cloud Studio Permissions, Collaboration, and Saving
Basic information about working with Cloud Studio, including what access is granted by various permissions, how collaboration works when editing projects simultaneously with other users, and how saving works.
You may also want to review the basics of the Cloud Studio user interface, best practices, and training courses:
Cloud Studio User Interface
When you access Cloud Studio, you arrive at the project index, which contains a repository of all your projects. After opening a project, you design it using the tools provided in the project designer, including the project toolbar, project pane, design canvas, and component palette, as well as the configuration screens for each component.
Jitterbit Harmony Best Practices
A general guide and best practice guidance for common integration scenarios and recommendations using Cloud Studio.
Introduction to Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio
An introductory comprehensive training course that includes lecture, hands-on modules, and quizzes.