Do you need to write your own?
The Resilient platform is built on the REST API. It provides comprehensive access to platform capabilities: to read and write incident data, and also to perform a wide range of administrative functions. The REST API gives you access to all the incident data, including tasks, data tables, notes, milestones, artifacts and file attachments, and is supported by documentation, client libraries and example code for Python, .NET and Java.
There are various types of extensions, and the ones you use depend on your use case and your specific security systems.
Learn about supported use cases
If using Python, the Resilient Circuits framework helps you write the Python code that performs the integration logic for functions or custom actions by generating a Python package with a boilerplate implementation. If developing functions or Python-based custom actions, you also need the Resilient integration server.
Learn more about extensions
Download the Integration Server Guide Guide
Before starting, check our apps on GitHub. The site is designed for developers to customize and share code, so it contains library modules, community-provided extensions (and source code), example scripts, and developer documentation. You may be able to get a jump-start on your own integration.
Go to the IBM Community Apps on GitHub