We will be updating the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform on October 4th, 2014 for the Fall 2014 Release. The update will occur at 10 AM PST and an email will be sent out to customers with details beforehand.
As previewed in this week’s release webinar a few days ago, below are some highlights in this release. In addition to a recording of the webinar, we have also provided some resources in this post containing additional information about these latest features and enhancements.
The Mapper Snap, formerly known as the Data Snap, has been enhanced to support structural mapping, drag and drop mapping, highlighted mapping path, data preview of input and output data and the mapping root option for arrays.
In addition, SmartLink has been enhanced to support historical matching beyond the initial string matching of field names.
Pipeline versions lets you easily replace an existing pipeline with a newer one or to rollback to a previous version.
You can now force user passwords to expire either immediately or at the end of a specified time period.
SnapReduce is SnapLogic’s support for big data integrations using Hadoop’s framework to process large amounts of data across large clusters. With this feature, pipelines can be built to run on Hadoop. Be sure to join the pre-release program here and talk to your SnapLogic account manager for more details.
Additional UI Enhancements
In this release, you can also find performance enhancements, importing and exporting projects (Beta), visibility of child pipelines in Dashboard. See the release notes for more information.
Enhancements were made to several of our Snaps in this release, including ServiceNow, JMS, Oracle Stored Procedure, XML Formatter and the Table List Snaps. This post provides a useful overview of SnapLogic Snaps.
Take a look at the resources below for additional details of this release and let us know in the comments section if you have any questions: