If there’s a data source, Tray can connect to it
Whether your systems are in the cloud or on-premise, it’s highly likely you can connect to them using Tray. Security teams can rest assured connections are managed securely and access is well governed.
Point, click, and connect
Connecting to your mission critical systems is as simple as dragging one of our hundreds of out of the box “service connectors” into your workflow and adding an authentication. Each service connector offers a variety of capabilities that help you to pull data from or push data to that system.
No connector? No problem
With Tray, there’s always a way to get the connection you need. Even if your system is not listed in our connector library, we offer many other ways to easily connect.
DIY Service connectors
We even offer you the ability to make your own point and click service connectors that work just like the ones we offer out of the box.
Easy to use low-code connector builder
Create advanced custom connectors using SDK
With a variety of methods to work around firewalls, SSO providers, and other on-premise security protocols - connecting to your 1st party or 3rd party on-premise systems is possible with Tray.
AWS Transit Gateway
Shared Static IPs
Unsure about compatibility?
We’re here to help you determine if Tray is the right fit for your specific systems.
Securely manage authentications
Tray makes collecting and storing sensitive authentications a snap. All data is encrypted at rest and authentications can be easily partitioned into secure workspaces where role-based access control helps to further restrict access. We support a variety of authentication protocols and make it easy for you to set up yourself or remotely from your clients or co-workers.