Constellation Research Report SnapLogic Simplifies Data & Analytics Integration on AWS

If you’re in need of low-code, drag-and-drop application integration, data integration, high-scale data engineering or streaming for AWS, the Snaplogic integration platform as a service (iPaaS) may be just what you’re looking for, suggests a new study. Constellation Research recently published their report evaluating Snaplogic’s solution for AWS, particularly for Amazon Redshift and Amazon S3.

The report states that while Snaplogic supports hybrid and multi cloud integration requirements, “it is particularly well suited to supporting data and analytics integration requirements on Amazon Web Services (AWS).” 

In this report by Constellation Research, you’ll  find that Snaplogic supports cloud data warehouse integration requirements with:

  • Fast loading via the Snaplogic Fast Data Loader that enables rapid loading from SaaS applications and cloud and on-prem databases. 
  • Rapid integration with more than a dozen prebuilt Snap connectors for Amazon Redshift that support bulk loading, upsert, and unload operations as well as CRUD functionality.
  • ETL support as Snaplogic can be used for ETL integration on multiple data platforms via prebuilt Snaps and the ability to select and integrate Snaplogic directly from the Amazon Redshift console. 
  • BI and analytic updates via a long list of Snaps for BI and analytics platforms such as Anaplan, Domo, Looker, Power BI and Amazon QuickSight.

And, learn from SnapLogic and AWS customers Arriva and Sailpoint customers as they discuss their experience and benefits using SnapLogic for data integration to Amazon Redshift. 

Download the report for Constellation’s complete analysis on Snaplogic including use cases, case stories and cost analysis. 

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