SnapLogic

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SnapLogic
Private
Industry Software
Founded 2006
Founder Gaurav Dhillon
Headquarters San Mateo, California
Area served
Global
Products Elastic integration platform
Services Online software
Website www.snaplogic.com

SnapLogic is a commercial software company that provides Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) tools for connecting Cloud data sources, SaaS applications and on-premise business software applications. Headquartered in San Mateo, CA SnapLogic was founded in 2006. SnapLogic is headed by Ex-CEO and Co-Founder of Informatica, Gaurav Dhillon and is venture backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Ignition Partners, Floodgate Fund, Brian McClendon, and Naval Ravikant. The company has raised $60 million to date.[1]

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SnapLogic's Elastic Integration Platform consists of an Integration Cloud, prebuilt connectors called Snaps and a Snaplex for data processing in the cloud or behind the firewall. The company's products have been referred to as targeting the Internet of Things marketplace for connecting data, applications and devices.[2]

The Integration Cloud approaches big data integration through the following tools: How it works

  • Designer: An HTML5-based user interface for specifying and building integration workflows, called pipelines.
  • Manager: Controls and monitors the performance of SnapLogic orchestrations and administers the lifecycle of data and process flows.
  • Dashboards: Provides visibility into the health of integrations, including performance, reliability, and utilization.

The Snaplex, is a self-upgrading, elastic execution grid that streams data between applications, databases, files, social and big data sources. The Snaplex can run in the cloud, behind the firewall and on Hadoop.[3]

Snaps are modular collections of integration components built for a specific application or data source and are available for analytics and big data sources, identity management, social media, online storage, ERP, databases and technologies such as XML, JSON, Oauth, SOAP and REST. Snaps. Snap Patterns was introduced in March 2014 to help with connecting cloud services like Amazon Redshift, Salesforce.com, Workday and ServiceNow, both with each other and with on-premises applications, databases and files.[4] The company's Winter 2015 release focused on adding tighter security and added support for Hadoop and big data integration to its product line.[5]

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