February 2019 (4.16) Release: Connect and innovate in one intelligent platform

We are excited to announce the general availability of the February 2019, 4.16 release of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform (IIP). This release includes enhancements to our SnapLogic API Management, SnapLogic eXtreme, and SnapLogic Data Science offerings, a new platform capability called Resumable Pipelines, and updates to popular Snaps such as the Salesforce, NetSuite, and Snowflake Snaps.

In the February 2019 release, we have improved the SnapLogic API Management interface and further enhanced our API management capabilities. SnapLogic API Management empowers organizations to build a digital ecosystem by securing, exposing, managing, and monitoring APIs for internal or external consumers while abstracting backend systems.

Since the launch of SnapLogic eXtreme in August 2018, we have seen a spike in the number of customers implementing big data initiatives using SnapLogic. We continue to build new capabilities to support SnapLogic eXtreme – our big data offering in the cloud – to further help our customers gain insights rapidly and speed up their data-driven project implementations.

Building machine learning models from beginning to end with SnapLogic Data Science is now within reach for citizen data scientists. With SnapLogic’s new AutoML capabilities, customers with little-to-no technical background can collect and prepare data from multiple systems and applications, use the data to test algorithms, and train machine learning models. We are committed to continuously enhancing our offerings with self-service so that data and insights are democratized.

We continue to enhance the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform every quarter to provide our customers with high performance for their data and application integrations. We launched a core platform capability called Resumable Pipelines to provide an alternate method to pipeline resiliency and allow data processing in an exactly-once guaranteed delivery mechanism for a low volume of data.

We have also upgraded many Snap Packs by introducing the new Salesforce Subscriber and Publisher Snaps, added Azure Blob storage support to the Snowflake Snap Pack, and enhanced the custom fields support in the NetSuite Snap Pack. Finally, we have added retry capabilities to ensure connectivity in Salesforce Read, Salesforce SOQL, Amazon Redshift, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Postgres, and JDBC Snaps.

For more details on the February 2019, 4.16 release, please read the detailed blog post or register for the customer webcast on February 21, 2019.

Diby Malakar

Diby is the VP of Product Management at SnapLogic.


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