Integration is at the heart of every successful Social, Mobile, Analytics (Big Data), Cloud and the Internet of Things (SMACT) initiative. A modern integration platform as a service (iPaaS) must be fast to deploy and easy to use. It must be able to handle a variety of patterns, styles and endpoints. It must be able to connect to cloud and on-premises applications and data sources. And a modern cloud integration platform must be elastic in order to scale out as more capacity is needed. The SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform eliminates the need to choose between multiple tools and teams for application, process and data integration, allowing you to instantly access and stream data, regardless of its location, size, and type.
The SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform is designed for “Citizen Integrators” who need to access and integrate data, APIs and apps in real time. Whether you’re building mobile apps powered by a modern integration platform as a service or designing, developing or monitoring your integrations on a tablet or smartphone, SnapLogic is mobile ready.
As more and more of your business intelligence and data warehousing infrastructure moves to the cloud, the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform can handle real-time and batch data integration requirements to power modern analytics and big data initiatives. Snaps are available for Amazon Redsfhift, HBase, and HDFS, and big data processing runs natively on Hadoop and Spark.
The SnapLogic iPaaS is powered by an elastic execution network called a Snaplex that can run in the cloud and behind the firewall, respecting your data gravity. If your applications, APIs and social sources are primarily in the cloud, then your integrations will also run as a cloud service. If you’re synchronizing and connecting to on-premises systems like SAP and Oracle then integrations will run behind the firewall in your data center.
The concept of a world filled with connected devices and other objects conjures up countless use cases and new business opportunities. McKinsey predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) will have an economic impact of up to $6.2 trillion annually by 2025. Last generation’s integration technology was built before the SMACT era. SnapLogic’s streaming data architecture, Ultra Pipelines and MQTT Snaps are ideal for IoT use cases.