“SnapLogic Summer 2014 is our most significant upgrade to date, introducing cloud
platform, end-user and developer innovat...
2
Today’s Agenda
Darren Cunningham
VP Marketing
Craig Stewart
Sr. Director,
Product Management
Tim Lui
Product Manager
 S...
3
Two Critical Questions for Enterprise IT
CRM
HRMS ITSM
ERP
SCM
Analytics
“Cloudification”
Which Apps to Move to the
Clou...
4
SnapLogic Elastic Integration
A single platform to connect data, apps and APIs
Data Applications APIs
“SnapLogic advance...
5
Key Components of the SnapLogic Platform
“Control Plane”
Designer, Manager, Dashboards
(Multi-tenant cloud service)
1
“C...
6
What’s New in Summer 2014
 Single sign on (SSO)
 New data mapper
 New expression editor
 Monitoring dashboards
 Ope...
7
SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review
 Monitoring for administrators
– Revamped monitoring and management dashboards
– New Insig...
8
SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review
 Adding more API management and monitoring
– Inbound and Outbound Metering,
Monitoring, an...
9
SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review
 Data mapping for advanced and “citizen integrators”
– Other enhancements for data integra...
10
SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review
 SAML 2.0 Single sign on (SSO) for integration designers
– Interoperate with OpenAM Ident...
11
SnapReduce 2.0
 Visit snaplogic.com/snapreduce for early access
Snaplex YARN Application
MapReduce Generation
MapReduc...
12
Download the iOS App Now!
Integration is made even easier with the ability to
manage and monitor existing pipelines fro...
13
New Developer Site Now Live!
 A new Snap building community for Java developers
– Developer.SnapLogic.com
– Major inve...
14
Current Priorities for the Fall Release
Modern, Elastic Platform
• 6 week sprints for updates
• Current priorities
• Me...
15
Reminder: July Release Update Timeline
 UAT is available for customers today
– Contact Tim if you don’t already have a...
16
Discussion
@SnapLogic
Facebook/SnapLogic
www.SnapLogic.com/Resources
Linkedin.com/SnapLogic
…and subscribe to the Blog:...
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Webinar: Introducing the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform Summer 2014 Release

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In this webinar, we talk about our Summer 2014 release and how our single integration platform as a service (iPaaS) allows you to connect your big data sources, cloud and legacy applications and enterprise APIs. We also discuss our newest features including new and updated Snaps, a Snap-building community for Java developers and SAML 2.0 single sign on user authentication.

To learn more, visit: http://www.snaplogic.com/summer2014

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  • Orchestrations, schedules, connections and security details are managed by the cloud-based Designer, Manager and Monitoring Dashboard. The Snaplex streams data between applications and data sources, and can run in the cloud or behind the firewall.

    We like to say that the SnapLogic Integration Cloud “respects data gravity.” If most of your apps that are being integrated in the cloud, why would you want your integration to run behind the firewall?
    On the other hand, if you’re primarily integrating SaaS apps with on-premises databases and applications like SAP and Oracle, you’ll mostly likely want to run the Snaplex as close to the data as possible.

    The Snaplex is a self-upgrading execution grid that streams data between applications, databases, files, social and big data sources. When running in the cloud, the Snaplex is able to scale up and down elastically based on the volume of data being processed or the latency requirements of the integration flow. The Snaplex can also be configured to run behind the firewall for hybrid deployments involving on-premise enterprise applications. The Snaplex allows data and process flows to be triggered based on events or scheduled jobs, called via REST APIs, or invoked programmatically via the SnAPI.

    No data is stored or cached in the SnapLogic Integration Cloud. It streams data. It is 100% standards based and elastically scales out to meet your capacity requirements.
  • Webinar: Introducing the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform Summer 2014 Release

    1. 1. “SnapLogic Summer 2014 is our most significant upgrade to date, introducing cloud platform, end-user and developer innovations that will enable our customers to get more value from all of their data, regardless of where it resides.” Gaurav Dhillon, co-founder and CEO of SnapLogic The Elastic Integration Platform
    2. 2. 2 Today’s Agenda Darren Cunningham VP Marketing Craig Stewart Sr. Director, Product Management Tim Lui Product Manager  SnapLogic Introduction  What’s New in the Summer 2014 Release  Demonstration  Discussion and Next Steps
    3. 3. 3 Two Critical Questions for Enterprise IT CRM HRMS ITSM ERP SCM Analytics “Cloudification” Which Apps to Move to the Cloud and When? “Data Gravity” Will Data Reside Behind the Firewall or in the Cloud?
    4. 4. 4 SnapLogic Elastic Integration A single platform to connect data, apps and APIs Data Applications APIs “SnapLogic advanced architecture, consisting of custom-extensible endpoint adapters (Snaps) and on-cloud and on-premises execution, delivers an easy-to-use integration platform, productive enough for LOB integration projects and powerful enough for IT integration specialists using programmatic APIs and SDKs.”
    5. 5. 5 Key Components of the SnapLogic Platform “Control Plane” Designer, Manager, Dashboards (Multi-tenant cloud service) 1 “Cloudplex” “Groundplex” “Hadooplex” “Data Plane” Snaplex (Elastic execution) 2 New! Snaps (Buy or Build) 3
    6. 6. 6 What’s New in Summer 2014  Single sign on (SSO)  New data mapper  New expression editor  Monitoring dashboards  Operational insights  SnapReduce 2.0 for data analysts and big data practitioners  20+ new and updated Snaps for all customers  A new developer community  …many UX and operational updates throughout the service
    7. 7. 7 SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review  Monitoring for administrators – Revamped monitoring and management dashboards – New Insights dashboard provides operational stats on usage SnapLogic.com/Summer2014
    8. 8. 8 SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review  Adding more API management and monitoring – Inbound and Outbound Metering, Monitoring, and Management – Swagger Snap SnapLogic.com/Summer2014
    9. 9. 9 SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review  Data mapping for advanced and “citizen integrators” – Other enhancements for data integration use cases: schema copy for all standard databases, new expression editor SnapLogic.com/Summer2014
    10. 10. 10 SnapLogic Summer 2014 Review  SAML 2.0 Single sign on (SSO) for integration designers – Interoperate with OpenAM Identity Provider (IdP) implementations SnapLogic.com/Summer2014
    11. 11. 11 SnapReduce 2.0  Visit snaplogic.com/snapreduce for early access Snaplex YARN Application MapReduce Generation MapReduce Snaplogic iPaaS + Hadoop YARN YARN MapReduce MapReduce MapReduce MapReduce MapReduce MapReduce MapReduce= Snaplex Container
    12. 12. 12 Download the iOS App Now! Integration is made even easier with the ability to manage and monitor existing pipelines from your phone or iPad. With the SnapLogic mobile app, you can:  Kick off any pipeline you have access to  Modify pipeline parameters if needed  Monitor the status of your pipelines  Email error reports to SnapLogic Support
    13. 13. 13 New Developer Site Now Live!  A new Snap building community for Java developers – Developer.SnapLogic.com – Major investment in Snap Developer Kit (SDK) SnapLogic.com/Summer2014
    14. 14. 14 Current Priorities for the Fall Release Modern, Elastic Platform • 6 week sprints for updates • Current priorities • Metadata (self-learning, i.e. SmartLink) • Monitoring (on-going) • Scale out (on-going) Faster Time to Value • Designer productivity and ease of use • Current priorities: • Pipeline versioning • Patterns Enterprise-Ready • Performance, Security, Reliance, Documentation • Current priorities: • Trust site • Security password policies • Pipeline documentation / print Multi-Point • 3 week sprints for Snaps • Priorities: Workday, SAP, SnapReduce • Coming soon: • Reltio • Canvas • IBM Netezza • Postgres • SAP certification(s)
    15. 15. 15 Reminder: July Release Update Timeline  UAT is available for customers today – Contact Tim if you don’t already have access (tlui@snaplogic.com)  Developer.SnapLogic.com is live today! – UAT credentials required  All customers will be updated July 29th
    16. 16. 16 Discussion @SnapLogic Facebook/SnapLogic www.SnapLogic.com/Resources Linkedin.com/SnapLogic …and subscribe to the Blog: SnapLogic.com/blog

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