In this series of posts, I’ve been sharing excerpts from a recent discussion between SnapLogic founder and CEO Gaurav Dhillon and John Gallant, chief content officer of IDG US Media. In the first post, Gaurav discussed the looming integration issues that people should focus on. In the second post, Gaurav reviewed the specific challenges SnapLogic addresses. In this post, Gaurav describes the core components and principles of the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform. Continue reading “Gaurav Dhillon Q&A: SnapLogic Elastic Integration Overview”
SnapLogic founder and CEO Gaurav Dhillon recently sat down with John Gallant, chief content officer of IDG US Media, to discuss modern integration technology requirements in the enterprise: SnapLogic covers app integration in the cloud. In the first post in this series, I shared Gaurav’s answer to the question: What are the looming integration issues here that people should focus on more? In this post, Gaurav reviews the specific challenges SnapLogic addresses. Continue reading “Gaurav Dhillon Q&A: SnapLogic Use Cases”
Last week InfoWorld featured an in-depth interview with SnapLogic founder and CEO Gaurav Dhillon: Q&A: SnapLogic Tackles App Integration in the Cloud Era. He was asked a number of questions by John Gallant, chief content officer of IDG US Media, including:
- Why was SnapLogic founded and what has been the path to date?
- What are the specific challenges that you’re trying to address?
- What are the looming integration issues here that people should focus on more?
There is also a great discussion about the state of enterprise software and the vital role that integration technology plays in the era of cloud computing, big data analytics, and the Internet of Things. In this series of posts I’ll feature some of Gaurav’s responses. Here he is asked about integration in the modern, composite enterprise. I encourage you to read the full discussion here. Continue reading “Integration is Like Oxygen: You Don’t Miss it Until it’s Gone”
It’s great to see more and more discussion about the need to re-think your enterprise integration strategy. This week, I participated in an InfoQ Virtual Panel: The Current State of Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). The key takeaways were:
- “iPaaS is no longer just about integration occurring in the cloud. iPaaS takes advantage of inherent cloud platform capabilities such as dynamic scale, containers, resource management and self-service.
- SaaS connectors are still relevant and a preferred approach over direct API calls for productivity, simplicity, abstraction and security reasons.
SOAP, once largely entrenched in ESBs and Integration Brokers, has given way to REST and JSON in iPaaS.
- The future of iPaaS is connecting and enabling other high value business outcomes related to analytics, machine learning and big data.
- Digital transformation is a driver for organizations to move from traditional on-premises middleware to iPaaS in order to drive down costs and increase velocity.”
You can read the entire discussion here. Thanks to Kent Weare and InfoQ for the opportunity to participate. Continue reading “8 Reasons Why Your Legacy Data Integration Plan Must Change”
Today we announced that SnapLogic has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The Bay Area News Group. What’s particularly significant about this award is that, “it is based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by Workplace Dynamics, LLC, a leading research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement.” The survey measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.
According to their website, the 100 Top Workplaces, “are not only better places to work but are more likely to be successful than peer organizations.” Here’s what SnapLogic’s founder and CEO Gaurav Dhillon had to say about the news:
Check out our website for more information about Life at SnapLogic and our open positions. You can see more of our recent awards and recognition here and read industry analyst reviews about the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform here.
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”
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.