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By registering below, you will gain access to all the features and capabilities you need to build your integration processes using Dell Boomi's award-winning integration platform.

You are initially creating a free 30-day trial for the Dell Boomi AtomSphere Platform. Your trial will expire on April 29, 2017. Once your trial period has expired you'll have the option to fully subscribe to Dell Boomi AtomSphere and deploy the integration processes you have built during your trial, subject to the same terms.

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What skills are needed?

Successful trial users have a data integration background or are SaaS administrators with a strong knowledge of the application data models.

Is my browser supported?

To take advantage of the newest Boomi AtomSphere features, you'll need to use one of the following fully supported browsers:

  • FireFox 10.0+
  • Google Chrome 11.0+
  • Internet Explorer 8.0+
  • Safari 4.0+

What technical support is available?

During your trial you’ll have access to the Dell Boomi Community (, where you can access the knowledge center, tutorials, and user guide, and post questions to the forums.

Will I need access to my SaaS applications for the Trial?

Yes. To fully exercise the trial, your SaaS application logins will be used to populate data fields in application-specific connectors.