A service represents a specific area of functionality, such as BlackBerry integration. Each service is enabled through a corresponding extension on the Blue Cedar Platform. Thus, extensions provide the Platform with access to tools, people, and services. You can't use that functionality in a Blue Cedar workflow until the corresponding extension has been both enabled and configured on the Blue Cedar Platform.
Some extensions provide integration with third-party tools and services that require separate subscriptions through the third party. For example, if you plan to distribute through the BlackBerry UEM, you need to set up your BlackBerry UEM first, and then supply the correct values and authentication credentials when configuring the BlackBerry UEM extension on the Blue Cedar Platform.
Extensions are enabled and configured at the organization level; this configuration typically includes links and authentication credentials for the external service, or other organization-specific assets that are needed for the service. The extension configuration is then available for anyone in the organization to use in a workflow. There may also be app-specific options to configure in the workflow builder when adding steps that correspond to the extension.
To enable an extension, log into the Blue Cedar Platform. On the main menu, select the extension category under Extensions, and click Add Extension on the desired extension card. Once the extension has been added, you can click a gear icon to configure the extension.
These extensions are currently available, although your organization's subscriptions may vary. Each page describes the purpose of the extension and how to enable and configure it, plus links to the corresponding page in the Step catalog for details about using the extension in a workflow.