Join us on Thursday, September 22nd during this live webinar to hear SnapLogic customer Alan Leung of Box talk about how he architected and implemented Box’s connected infrastructure of SaaS applications like Salesforce and Zuora and cloud data stores such as Amazon Web Services.
After a brief hiatus, we’re kicking off our Summer 2016 SnapLogic Live series next week with Hybrid Cloud Integration for Salesforce. As all SnapLogic Live webinars go, this session will feature a live demo of SnapLogic integration in action, this time with a focus on Salesforce.
This week the SnapLogic team will be in San Francisco for Anaplan Hub 2016, talking to partners and customers about how SnapLogic provides an integration solution for connecting Anaplan with other cloud and on-premises applications and data sources, allowing users to connect without chaos and better utilize Anaplan for operational planning and business performance across their IT organizations. Continue reading “SnapLogic Integration for Anaplan at #Hub16”
Every few weeks we bring you a live demo and Q&A session featuring a common SnapLogic integration use case. This week, SnapLogic Live featured Anaplan integration for the enterprise. If you are running Anaplan and struggling to find the right integration solution to connect the corporate performance management solution with other cloud and on-premises applications and data sources, you’ll enjoy this demonstration. Here is a screenshot of SnapLogic Analplan integration:
This post originally appeared on Data Informed.
As organizations look to increase their agility, IT and lines of business need to connect faster. Companies need to adopt cloud applications more quickly and they need to be able to access and analyze all their data, whether from a legacy data warehouse, a new SaaS application, or an unstructured data source such as social media. In short, a unified integration platform has become a critical requirement for most enterprises.
According to Gartner, “unnecessarily segregated application and data integration efforts lead to counterproductive practices and escalating deployment costs.”
Don’t let your organization get caught in that trap. Whether you are evaluating what you already have or shopping for something completely new, you should measure any platform by how well it address the “three A’s” of integration: Anything, Anytime, Anywhere. Continue reading “The 3 A’s of Enterprise Integration”
For the past few months, we’ve been hosting a series of bi-weekly live demo sessions with our team of integration experts at SnapLogic. Each week we focus on one particular type of integration and, via a live demo, shows how customers can solve different integration challenges using the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform. So far, we’ve covered everything from app integration to big data integration for customers using Hadoop.
In addition to the demo, we also take time to cover a Q&A session based on questions we receive from customers and attendees.
If you’re interested in ServiceNow integration, register here for next week’s SnapLogic Live session which will take place on Thursday, October 29th at 10:00am PST / 1:00pm EST. In the meantime, recordings of past sessions are available to view on our video site. One of our most popular SnapLogic Live demos, featuring Salesforce integration, can also be viewed below:
Is your company still relying on yesterday’s technologies to manage today’s data challenges?
The 1000 App Enterprise. The Internet of Things. Big Data. Social Media. Mobile Computing. Cloud Computing.
The modern enterprise is the impatient enterprise. At a time when IT organizations are struggling to deal with “Bring Your Own Cloud” and CIOs grossly underestimate how many cloud apps their employees use, integration technologies must be able to go beyond data loading.
- From the data forklift to data flows
- From storing data to streaming data
- From mapping data to snapping apps
Are structured data management approaches still relevant in the cloud, social, mobile and big data world?
We hope you can attend attend. Topics that will be discussed include:
- Key considerations of today’s CIOs
- Approaching the reality of the multi-cloud world
- New approaches for managing cloud and on-premise data
- The role of Elastic integration in taming the 1000 app enterprise
Who should attend?
CIOs, Information Architects, Integration Architects, Data Warehouse Practitioners, Cloud Application Owners, Systems Integrators
We hope to see you there!