Snaplex Thresholds and Pipeline Queuing

As the integration market continues to mature, there is a constant demand to support and process more complex data and process flows. When applications process large data, they often run out of resources and become unresponsive, leaving users confused and unhappy. Gauging resources and alerting users with appropriate messages are some of the most important factors of ideal software. In the Winter 2016 release of the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform, we introduced the concept of pipeline queuing, which allows users to define thresholds for their Snaplexes, and when thresholds are reached, any further requests to it are queued until the next resources are available. Continue reading “Snaplex Thresholds and Pipeline Queuing”

Collaborations in Building Hybrid Cloud Computing and Data Integrations

Post first published by Ravi Dharnikota on LinkedIn.

It’s one thing to create application and data integrations; it’s an even bigger challenge to collaborate with other teams in the enterprise to reuse and repurpose and standardize on what has already been built.

The need for seamless content collaboration is a key ingredient for overall success in app and data integrations, just as it is in app development and delivery. A platform that allows for easy sharing of information between employees is the different between a platform’s adoption throughout the enterprise or becoming shelf-ware. Continue reading “Collaborations in Building Hybrid Cloud Computing and Data Integrations”

Thought Leadership Webinar: Are You Battling an Illogical Data Warehouse?

G+_PostIcon_1200x627 (1)Big data is evolving as a practice and we are quickly approaching a point at which data will be treated as a single source, which will require a different type of architecture. According to John Myers of Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), this architecture will need to be one that is focused beyond a single platform, where operational and analytical workloads work together. This architecture is called a Hybrid Data Ecosystem.

Join us on Wednesday, April 29th for a live webinar with John, Managing Research Director for EMA’s Business Intelligence practice. This webinar will review the drivers associated with big data implementations, evolving technical requirements for big data environments, and how a robust information management layer is important to big data projects.

During the webinar, we’ll also review how recent EMA research describes the following:

  • Use cases that drive big data and the importance of Internet of Things and streaming applications in big data
  • The impact of cloud implementation avenues for big data projects
  • How the EMA Hybrid Data Ecosystem Information Management Layer coordinates integration between disparate platforms and data types

Register now and join John Myers and the SnapLogic team for this exciting webinar to learn about what constitutes the Hybrid Data Ecosystem – and why it’s a necessity for modern data integration.