Quick Freeze can provide a bridge between your main database and a server application, saving you from spending time managing a local database or writing a direct integration.
Do you need somewhere to store data while migrating it from one application to another? Quick Freeze can provide the temporary storage you need.
Using Quick Freeze to recieve data from webhooks is a quick and easy option. Once you’re ready, you can GET the data with a simple API call.
A lot of platforms have API limits. Quick Freeze can help you batch transactions by temporarily holding your data until there is a sufficiently sized batch.
Quick Freeze can increase failover and help deployments by storing unfinished jobs in a queueing application.
Create a tray. To create a tray you’ll need to give it a name and optionally customize the endpoint. You’ll also select the Freeze option, which defines what happens when your data is read.
- Quick Freeze: Once data is read from a tray, it is automatically deleted
- Deep Freeze: Data can be read from a tray as many times as needed