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7 Things You Should Know About the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform


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In this presentation, we highlight 7 features and functionalities of the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform, including its ability to handle both structured and unstructured data, going beyond point-to-point integration, functionality in hybrid integration use cases and the ability to scale out elastically.

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7 Things You Should Know About the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform

  1. 1. 7 Things You Should Know About SnapLogic’s Elastic Integration Platform
  2. 2. It Is Built to Handle Structured and Unstructured Data “Our support for documents allows our Snap endpoints to directly consume hierarchical data in native format and send it on to downstream Snaps in a Pipeline. This means that there is no requirement to flatten data into records or to turn a JSON document in a string or BLOB type.”
  3. 3. It Is Built to Handle Streaming and Batch App and Data Integration Requirements “Putting a JSON format on a traditional, XML- based ESB is like making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.”
  4. 4. It Goes Beyond Point-to-Point Integration
  5. 5. It Is Built for Hybrid Integration Use Cases HybridCloud to Ground Ground to GroundCloud to Cloud “As cloud computing gains greater acceptance in IT organizations, enterprises are taking advantage of more modern integration processes and tooling.”
  6. 6. It is a Multi-Tenant, Software- Defined Cloud Service “Elastic multitenancy is a distinct characteristic of cloud computing.”
  7. 7. It Is Built to Scale Out Elastically “SnapLogic has built-in smarts to automatically scale the Snaplex out and in to handle variable traffic loads.”
  8. 8. The UX is Designed for Citizen Integrators “It wasn’t enough to simply round the corners of an icon — we needed to rethink and rebuild the technology. ”
  9. 9. 9 Learn More @ @SnapLogic Facebook/SnapLogic