SnapLogic CTO James Markarian recently joined cloud expert David Linthicum as a guest on the Doppler Cloud Podcast. The two discussed the mass movement to the cloud and how this is changing how companies approach both application and data integration.
In this 20-minute podcast, “Data Integration from Different Perspectives,” the pair discuss how to navigate the new realities of hybrid app integration, data and analytics moving to the cloud, user demand for self-service technologies, the emerging impact of AI and ML, and more.
You can listen to the full podcast here, and below:
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.
We are pleased to announce our new podcast series called SnapTalk. The series will feature short, 10-15 min. episodes on topics relevant to big data, data management and app and data integration. Our host for the series is Ravi Dharnikota, SnapLogic’s head of enterprise architecture. Each episode features a special guest in conversation with Ravi, such as SnapLogic’s chief scientist, Greg Benson.
This project grew out of the great conversations we have at Snappy Hour. Eating lunch as a group at least a couple of times a week and our weekly happy hour (called Snappy Hour) are big parts of the SnapLogic culture. And, invariably, the conversations at these gatherings range from the lightweight, such as the latest episode of Game of Thrones, to the complex, such as the future of Spark and what makes streaming data streaming. This podcast series is intended to capture the essence of those ad hoc discussions, get people thinking, and hopefully inspire additional discussions.
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”
“iPaaS is no longer just about integration occurring in the cloud. iPaaS takes advantage of inherent cloud platform capabilities such as dynamic scale, containers, resource management and self-service.
SaaS connectors are still relevant and a preferred approach over direct API calls for productivity, simplicity, abstraction and security reasons.
SOAP, once largely entrenched in ESBs and Integration Brokers, has given way to REST and JSON in iPaaS.
The future of iPaaS is connecting and enabling other high value business outcomes related to analytics, machine learning and big data.
Digital transformation is a driver for organizations to move from traditional on-premises middleware to iPaaS in order to drive down costs and increase velocity.”