Constellation Research Shortlists SnapLogic for iPaaS
I’m excited to share that Constellation Research has once again named SnapLogic to the “Constellation ShortList™ Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS). Constellation Research is a well known independent technology analyst firm that evaluates business critical technologies and counsels their clients on best practices and implementation strategies. Every year they release a shortlist of iPaaS vendors that meet their benchmark of client inquiries, partner conversations, customer references, vendor selection projects, market share and internal research, and for the fifth consecutive year SnapLogic is among the top vendors.
Constellation benchmarks iPaaS vendors across five different criteria areas, and while SnapLogic excels in all of them I feel we’ve retained our consistent placement for three main reasons this year:
- Extension of APIM: This past February we announced support for 3rd party APIM. Customers have long been able to create and manage APIs within the SnapLogic environment, but customers will now be able to extend support for 3rd party APIs.
- Excellent Data Integration: SnapLogic has a reputation for being incredibly scalable and customizable for cloud data warehouses, and Constellation Research recently published their report evaluating and recommending Snaplogic’s solution for AWS, particularly for Amazon Redshift and Amazon S3.
- Ease of Use: This past year we introduced the Flows user interface, allowing IT to safely and securely extend the power of creating integrations to colleagues who have no experience developing pipelines. Instead, Flows allows users to create integration pipelines from a drop-down menu and allows them to create IT-approved integrations that move their business faster.
There are many reasons why SnapLogic has consistently been one of top iPaaS vendors but the ones I listed above stand out to me as significant innovations we have brought to the market just this past year. Of course we encourage everyone to try SnapLogic themselves and I encourage you to try it yourself for free.