Take a look at our new video outlining SnapLogic’s various points of integration with Microsoft and the Azure and Cortana ecosystems. This is the latest in a series of announcements and go-to-market activities we’ve done over the last nine months regarding our work with Microsoft, including our initial partnership announcement.
Produced in conjunction with Microsoft, this brief video features SnapLogic’s VP of Product Management, Craig Stewart. In it, Craig discusses how SnapLogic’s hybrid architecture is a natural fit for consuming and moving large data sets between on premises sources and the cloud, making it the ideal integration solution for Microsoft Azure data stores, HDInsight and Cortana Intelligence solutions.
The video also explores SnapLogic’s many Snaps for Microsoft solutions including Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure SQL Database, Azure Active Directory, Azure SQL Bulk Load and Blob Storage, plus on-premises Microsoft SQL Server, Dynamics, Active Directory and more.
Stay tuned for more additions to our library of solutions for Microsoft Azure, HDInsight, and Cortana customers.
Today SnapLogic announced our new Partner Connect program to bring iPaaS to the enterprise. The program is intended to recruit, retain and enable a rich, global ecosystem of technology, services and reseller partners that help joint customers accelerate the adoption of big data technologies, software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications and cloud data management by accelerating integration and driving digital transformation in the enterprise.
Here is the press release: SnapLogic Partner Connect Program Unifies Ecosystem of Diverse Enterprise Solution Partners Helping to Drive Digital Transformation Continue reading “SnapLogic Partner Connect Program Accelerates Digital Transformation”
SnapLogic’s Vice President of Engineering Vaikom Krishnan recently outlined the 10 New Requirements for Modern Data Integration. Here is a presentation that summarizes these requirements.
Continue reading “10 Modern Data Integration Platform Requirements”
The world of data is constantly changing. New innovations and challenges are created every day, and industries must be able to keep up. But how do we do that? Data is predictive – only a certain handful of experts can rise up to the challenge to stay in the loop. How does one ensure their preparedness in an ever-changing world of data?
Join us on Wednesday June 29th at 9am PDT / 12pm EDT for an interactive webinar with 451 Research Director for Data Platforms and Analytics, Matt Aslett. Continue reading “Big Data Management: What’s New, What’s Different, and What You Need to Know”
This weekend is our July 2016 Snap release. We have added new Tableau 9 Snaps that support the 9.1 version of Tableau. New Snaps include: REST, Write, and TDE Formatter.
Below is a list of all of the updated Snaps in this release: Continue reading “July 2016 Snap Update”
Workday is the growing leader in cloud-based HCM and gaining momentum with Financials, leaving behind the legacy giants Oracle and SAP. SnapLogic is the #NewIntegrationLeader, recently recognized by Gartner in the Enterprise integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) Magic Quadrant report.
Here’s a scenario of how SnapLogic delivers powerful self-service integration for Workday:
A new hire joins a company and before their start date at the company, the organization would love to have everything ready such as the computer, network account, email, desk, telephone and some mandatory day-one applications for the new employee to start their work immediately. If this is done, there is no slack and wasted productivity for both the organization and the new employee. The user experience is so seamless that any organization would love to do this. Continue reading “Real-Time HR OnBoarding with Enterprise iPaaS”
Last week we hosted a webinar with industry analyst, thought leader and author David Linthicum that focused how the enterprise problem domains are changing and how data integration technology must change with it. The presentation boiled this down to 5 critical and lesser known data integration requirements, how to understand them, and how to pick the right approaches and technology to solve the problems.
According to David, the 5 most critical things to understand about modern data integration are:
- Workloads and data are likely to be distributed across traditional systems, private clouds, and public clouds.
- Data is growing quickly, with big data and data lakes common within most enterprises.
- Data must be delivered in real-time, on-demand, in support of most modern applications and business processes.
- Security is now systemic, it can no longer be an after thought.
- DevOps is the new standard for building and deploying applications and data store.
Continue reading “What You Need to Know About Modern Data Integration”