The Summer 2015 release of the SnapLogic platform improves support for self-service integration for the agile enterprise with:

The Summer 2015 release of the SnapLogic platform improves support for self-service integration for the agile enterprise with:

  • Effective impact analysis and modeling so expert and self-service users can anticipate impact prior to change
  • Enhanced governance features so administrators can provision and monitor self-service users
  • New additions to Snap library and improvements to the SnapLogic big data solution

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Simplified Component Reuse

The Summer 2015 release provides usability and impact analysis capabilities to help both expert and non-expert integrators create and share pipelines. These enhancements include:

  • Subpipeline preview: The new preview feature gives self-service users the confidence to reuse subpipelines provided by others in the organization with clear visibility into their composition.
  • Lifecycle management: This enhanced feature helps expert users easily create, compare and test pipelines before moving into production or sharing with others.
  • Schedule task view: A calendar view of scheduled integration tasks helps all users to better coordinate integration tasks with other members of the organization.

Enhanced Governance and User Management for Administrators

The Summer 2015 release of the SnapLogic platform provides new and enhanced features to help Administrators provision and track users and their activities.

  • Snap Statistics: A new impact analysis report helps Administrators determine which data pipelines make use of a particular Snap.
  • Activity Log: This enhancement helps administrators more easily track changes to user accounts and activities providing greater traceability and auditability.
  • Read-Only Access: Enhanced access permissions now provide read-only permissions to projects for certain users.
Continued Improvements in Big Data and Cloud Analytics

Continued Improvements in Big Data and Cloud Analytics

With the Summer 2015 release, the elastic execution grid for Hadoop, called a Hadooplex, is now more robust. It now supports improved availability with Hadoop Namenode failover, is easier to optimize and debug, and features better auto-update support to minimize manual installation. This release also brings new big data and cloud analytics Snaps including:

  • Amazon DynamoDB noSQL database
  • Apache Avro data serialization system
  • Apache HBase distributed database
  • Google Spreadsheet
Updated Snaps

Updated Snaps

SnapLogic continues to strengthen its catalog of reusable enterprise Snaps. The Summer 2015 release brings improvements to the following Snaps:

  • Applications: Anaplan, ServiceNow
  • Databases and Analytics: AWS Redshift, Oracle RDBMS, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL
  • Transforms: Sort, XML Formatter, JSON Splitter, Excel Parser
  • Technologies: JMS, JDBC, SOAP, REST
  • Core Snaps: Flow, Email
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