August Overview of Cloud Integration in the Elastic Enterprise
“A unified approach to connecting growing data volumes, types and sources as well as new and legacy business applications and proliferating APIs is essential to becoming a truly elastic enterprise.” – Gaurav Dhillon, SnapLogic CEO
Creating a unified platform for connecting data, applications and APIs – this is what we’re focused on here at SnapLogic and we’ve had a busy few weeks with the announcement of our Summer 2014 Release. Check out some of the highlights below, and take a look at our recent webinars to learn more about the specific topics that are most relevant to you and your cloud integration and big data integration challenges, questions and needs.
- Integration Developers News addresses how SnapLogic helps iPaaS “cross the chasm” with visibility, security and pre-built integrations for apps, data, APIs and Hadoop.
- Jason Bloomberg’s article, Because Bulldozers and Buses Don’t Fly, covers traditional ETL and ESB strategies, as well as the elasticity required for today’s cloud integration initiatives. Jason described SnapLogic as being “at the heart of cloud-centric architecture” and says that “it’s the SnapLogic Designer toll that is downright sexy.”
- 451 Research impact report reviews SnapLogic’s growth, readying for ‘big data’ and the summer release. Check out Carl Lehmann’s outlook on cloud integration, at right.
- Gaurav talks SaaS at Enterprise Founders Upfront, speaking about his career and experiences in integration and what he sees happening in the industry.
- SnapLogic was named an AlwaysOn Global 250 Winner, recognized as an elastic integration leader for creating technology innovations for the global silicon valley. As Tony Perkins, founder and editor of AlwaysOn says, “As the expansion of the mobile and cloud markets continue, the companies on this year’s AlwaysOn Global 250 are racing to provide business and consumer users with the best products and services. The new generation of hardware and software solutions is making it possible for businesses to become even more efficient and profitable.”
Additionally, a few internal highlights from the past few months have been:
- The SnapLogic Developer Community: a new site for developers by developers
- Hadoop for Humans: introducing SnapReduce 2.0 and featuring a webinar with a live demo
- Introducing the SnapLogic Mobile app: available for Elastic Integration Platform users on the App Store
- Certification on Cloudera 5: allowing SnapReduce 2.0 to bring iPaaS to Hadoop and power big data analytics
You can also find more information on our newest Snaps for cloud integration, and watch the Summer 2014 recorded webinar for more details on all of the new and improved features of last month’s release.