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”
You may have seen our recent announcement about the availability of a SnapLogic Snaplex for Azure in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This is the latest development in our growing partnership with Microsoft, and a huge step forward in our support for Microsoft customers adopting a cloud-centric or hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Why is SnapLogic a good fit for Microsoft cloud services? The SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform architecture is naturally well-suited for consuming and moving large data sets to and from the cloud and for cloud-to-ground data flows, so it’s the ideal data integration solution for Microsoft Azure data stores, HDInsight (Spark and Hadoop clusters in the cloud) and Cortana Intelligence solutions.
We also support Microsoft customers with Snaps – our pre-built intelligent connectors – for Azure SQL Data Warehouse, SQL Database and Blob Storage, plus on premises SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics, Active Directory and more. So we’re able to support Microsoft customers whether they are operating completely on premises, in the cloud, or a combination of the two.
As noted in the announcement, we are pleased to partner with Microsoft to help democratize business analytics with fast, self-service connectivity between data sources and Microsoft cloud solutions. The combination of SnapLogic, Microsoft Azure and the Cortana Intelligence Suite (formerly Cortana Analytics) delivers seamless ‘analytics-as-a-service’ for the enterprise.
Coming soon: more details about our support for Microsoft HDInsight. Stay tuned…
Are you currently using Amazon Web Services and struggling to find the right integration solution to connect the platform with other cloud and on-premises applications and data sources? Adopting AWS Redshift and looking for a modern data integration solution? If so, check out this demonstration of SnapLogic for AWS.
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:
Recently our head of engineering outlined the 10 new requirements for modern integration. Over the last couple of years, we’ve written about the importance of integration technology heritage to modern integration platform as a service (iPaaS) solution providers as well as the challenges of legacy extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) and enterprise application integration (EAI) technology in the new world of social, mobile, big data analytics, cloud and IoT (SMACT). We refer to this as the Integrator’s Dilemma. In fact, for many IT organizations and lines of business today:
As we see the category of integration technology being re-imagined in the enterprise, we felt that that it would be appropriate to summarize our point of view and what we believe at SnapLogic. Continue reading “Don’t Let Your Legacy Integration Solution Be Your Legacy”
In this video, Jim Teal from iRobot talks about how SnapLogic allows his organization to be more agile and operate as a real-time business supporting their global manufacturing operation.
“It’s the ease of use and flexibility of the platform that really is a huge accelerator in productivity.”
SnapLogic was recently reviewed by advisory firm MWD Advisors for our efforts to reinvent integration platform technology by creating one unified platform that can address many different kinds of application and data integration use cases.
A few highlights from the report:
- An in-depth look at our multi-tenant, AWS-hosted platform which includes the SnapLogic Designer, Manager and Dashboard
- The Snaplex execution environment; namely, the Cloudplex, Groundplex and Hadooplex
- 3 competitive differentiators – deployment flexibility, a unified approach across multiple integration scenario types and both scalability and adaptability
MWD Advisors is a specialist advisory firm providing practical industry insights to business leaders and technology professionals working to drive change with the help of digital technology.