SnapLogic was front-and-center at AWS re:Invent last week in Las Vegas, with our team busier than ever meeting with customers and prospects, showcasing our solutions at the booth, and networking into the evening with event-goers interested in all things Cloud, AWS integration and SnapLogic.
Ravi Dharnikota, SnapLogic’s Head of Enterprise Architecture and Big Data Practice, took time out to stop by and visit with John Furrier, co-founder of the live video interview show theCUBE. Ravi was joined by Matt Glickman, VP of Products with our partner Snowflake Computing, for a wide-ranging discussion on the changing customer requirements for effective data integration, SaaS integration, warehousing and analytics in the cloud.
The roundtable all agreed — organizations need fast and easy access to all data, no matter the source, format or location — and legacy solutions built for a bygone era simply aren’t cutting it. Enter SnapLogic and Snowflake, each with a modern solution designed from the ground-up to be cloud-first, self-service, fully scalable and capable of handling all data. Customers using these solutions together — like Kraft Group, owners of the New England Patriots and Gillette Stadium — enjoy dramatic acceleration in time-to-value at a fraction of the cost by eliminating manual configuration, coding and tuning while bringing together diverse data and taking full advantage of the flexibility and scalability of the cloud.
To make it even easier for customers, SnapLogic and Snowflake recently announced tighter technology integration and joint go-to-market programs to help organizations harness all data for new insights, smarter decisions and better business outcomes.
To watch the full video interview on theCUBE, click here.
Gone are the days when enterprises had all of their apps and data sources on-premises. Today is the era of big data, cloud and hybrid deployments. More and more enterprises are rapidly adopting different SaaS applications and hosting their solutions in public clouds including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. But soon enterprises realize that their SaaS applications and on-premises data sources are not integrated with their public cloud footprint and the integration itself becomes an expensive and time consuming undertaking.
Continue reading “Don’t Let Cloud Be Another Silo: Accelerate Your AWS data integration”
Planview, the leading provider of Work and Resource Management (WRM) solutions, has announced that it has standardized on the SnapLogic platform to help their global customers integrate Planview’s WRM solutions with any other application in their ecosystems, whether in the cloud or on-premises.
Continue reading “Planview Selects SnapLogic Platform As Global Integration Standard”
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.
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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”
In the midst of some big announcements recently – our new Partner Connect program, kicking off a July data warehouse roadshow and yesterday’s Top Places to work award – we’d like to take time during this week’s SnapLogic Live to review our definition of the term ”citizen integrator,” and how to enable someone in that position to facilitate the various integration demands within their company.
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With the recent publication of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), the awareness of a new approach for connecting data, applications, APIs and the Internet of Things is on the rise. A good example is the recent feature in NetworkWorld on the category: iPaaS: What this cloud technology is and why it’s important, which includes an overview of SnapLogic customer GameStop.
The right iPaaS solution should be built to connect the 3 A’s of enterprise integration: Anything (data, apps, APIs, things), Anytime (real-time, batch, streaming), Anywhere (cloud, on prem, hybrid). I’m often asked what are some of the most common iPaaS use cases today.
Here are four:
Continue reading “4 iPaaS Use Cases: Accelerating Hybrid Cloud and Big Data Integration”