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Web application to execute repetitive and analytical actions over the Boomi's metadata, using the Boomi Atomsphere API.

What is?

A productivity tool for every Boomi developer who wants to do repetitive and booring activities in a automated way. In addition for those who wants go further and analyze meta data about executions, processes status, quality of the integrations developed, etc.


To resolve quickly and automatically questions like:

  • What was deployed since Jan 2020?
  • Which are the processes built, deployed and/or scheduled for a customer or data provider?
  • Why is a process scheduled to run each minute if usually it takes 10 minutes to finish?
  • Who is deploying more processes?
  • Why do I have to do so many repetitive tasks when I have to offboard a customer.
  • Why does the molecule run so slow?
  • Why don't the schedules run on time?

What can you currently do?

  • Retrieve the atoms and environments available.
  • Retrieve the process list from the Build repository, using filters.
  • Retrieve the schedule information of each process, using filters.
  • Deactivate schedules for the processes found.
  • Detach processes from the selected molecule.

To Do

  • Extensions module.
  • Analytical module.
  • Quality code module.

Additional specs

  • Sharp and responsive design.
  • Validated forms, paginated and ordered tables.
  • Easy to deploy and maintain. It is built using Model View Template methodology.
  • Doesn’t have any additional cost, as Dell state here, there isn’t any charge for use their API.

Technological stack

  • Dell Boomi
  • Python
  • Django
  • SQLite (Coming soon)
  • Bootstrap


Python 3.6:

  • Django==2.1.3
  • django-tables2==2.2.1
  • django-widget-tweaks==1.4.3
  • certifi==2019.11.28
  • chardet==3.0.4
  • idna==2.8
  • pytz==2018.7
  • requests==2.22.0
  • urllib3==1.25.7

How to run it locally

You should install and create Python virtual environment

virtualenv venv

Activate the virtual environment

source venv/bin/activate

Then install the requirements file (included on the root folder) executing:

pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Finally, run the Django server

python3 runserver <ipaddress>:<port>


  • Christian Higa
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