Spring 2017 Release: Self-driving integration, field cryptography, MS Dynamics 365 CRM and more

Today the Spring 2017 release is available and featuring artificial intelligence (AI) technology that promises to dramatically reduce the time and cost of cloud, analytics, and digital transformation initiatives. The first AI-powered feature is SnapLogic Integration Assistant, a recommendation engine that delivers expert step-by-step guidance to improve the speed and quality of building a data pipeline — with up to 90% accuracy. Integration Assistant is available to all of our customers starting today at no charge.

SnapLogic’s Spring 2017 release also introduces new and enhanced software that helps our customers jumpstart their CRM, HR, and cloud data warehousing projects. Finally, the release has added platform-wide features designed to save time and increase productivity.

New or enhanced capabilities in the Spring 2017 release include:

  • SnapLogic Integration Assistant: The SnapLogic Integration Assistant is a recommendation engine that uses machine learning to predict the next step in building a data pipeline for the cloud, analytics, and digital initiatives – with up to 90% accuracy. It is part of SnapLogic’s “Iris” technology – an industry first in applying artificial intelligence for enterprise integration. See how it works in this video.
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM integration: A new Snap Pack is available to help users create, read, and update records in the cloud and on-premises versions of Microsoft Dynamics. Also, users can delete a record based on account ID and also search with various filter options.
  • Workday integration: The Workday Read Snap now supports page number and page size and shows great performance improvements. The Workday Write Snap now supports bulk operations for many objects and has improved performance from hours and minutes to just seconds.
  • Confluent integration: The updated Confluent Acknowledge Snap greatly reduces potential data losses, eliminates duplicates, and externally acknowledges each message.
  • Enhanced Snaps for Amazon Redshift, Anaplan, Tableau, Apache Hive + Kerberos.
  • Field encryption and decryption: The Transform Snap Pack now includes new Snaps to encrypt and decrypt field values for sensitive data, or entire documents, providing a greater level of data security.
  • Platform enhancements: These updates save time and enhance productivity, including Snaplex restart; enhanced Asset Search with Snap labels; network statistics display to aid troubleshooting and performance optimization; and parameterizable accounts that make it easier to automate or dynamically assign environments in a development lifecycle.

SnapLogic is committed to continuous innovation and the features in the Spring 2017 release for the SnapLogic Enterprise Integration Cloud are examples of how we continue to make integrating data warehouses, applications, IoT, and big data streams faster, easier. and more powerful. To learn more, go to www.snaplogic.com/spring2017.

Fall is Here, and So is Our Fall 2016 Release!

Fall is the time to move your clocks back, get a pumpkin latte and slow down with the approaching cold weather. But not for SnapLogic! We continue to deliver system integration solutions with full force. After our Summer 201fall-2016-graphic6 release, which was feature-packed, the Fall 2016 release takes the SnapLogic platform to a whole new level by extending support for Teradata, introducing new Snap Packs for Snowflake and Azure Data Lake Store, adding more capabilities to Spark mode, and delivering several enhancements for security, performance and governance. As our VP of engineering, Vaikom Krishnan, aptly said, “We continue to make it easier and faster for organizations to connect any and all data sources – whether on premises, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments.”

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SnapLogic Introduces Intelligent Connectors for Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store

SnapLogic announced the availability of new pre-built intelligent connectors – called Snaps – for Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store. The new Snaps provide fast, self-service data ingestion and transformation from virtually any source – whether on-premises, in the cloud or in hybrid environments – to Microsoft’s highly-scalable, cloud-based repository for big data analytics workloads. This latest integration between SnapLogic and Microsoft Azure helps enterprise customers gain new insights and unlock business value from their cloud-based big data initiatives.

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Executing Spark Pipelines on HDInsight

Microsoft Azure HDInsight is an Apache Hadoop distribution powered by the cloud. Internally HDInsight leverages the Hortonworks data platform. HDInsight supports a large set of Apache big data projects like Spark, Hive, HBase, Storm, Tez, Sqoop, Oozie and many more. The suite of HDInsight projects can be administered via Apache Ambari.

SnapLogic-for-MicrosoftThis post lists out the steps involved in spinning up an HDInsight cluster, setting up SnapLogic’s Hadooplex on HDInsight, and building and executing a Spark data flow pipeline on HDInsight. We start with spinning up a HDInsight cluster from the MS Azure Portal. Continue reading “Executing Spark Pipelines on HDInsight”

Video: SnapLogic for Microsoft Solutions

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.

New With the Spring 2016 Release: Data Ingest-Prep-Deliver for Microsoft HDInsight

SnapLogic continues to build on its momentum in cloud-based data management with new support for HDInsight, Microsoft’s big-data-as-a-service on Azure. This follows our other recent announcements regarding support for the Microsoft Azure and Cortana ecosystem including availability in the Azure Marketplace. Continue reading “New With the Spring 2016 Release: Data Ingest-Prep-Deliver for Microsoft HDInsight”