SnapLogic Releases Enhanced Platform with New AI Features

SnapLogic is releasing the August 2019 version of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform, delivering several new innovations that drive better productivity, deeper insights, and higher performance for customers.

With this release, SnapLogic makes enterprise integration even faster and easier with new AI capabilities that recommend completed pipelines – from within the user’s organization or from the SnapLogic Patterns Catalog – improving productivity and time-to-value for both citizen and expert integrators alike.

The August 2019 platform release also adds a new API developer portal to expose API endpoints to outside developers, as well as new big data processing support for customers building data lakes on Microsoft Azure.

“With our latest platform release, we continue to push the boundaries around how AI can be applied to make integration even faster and easier for our customers,” said Vaikom Krishnan, SVP of Engineering at SnapLogic. “Our new AI-powered pipeline recommendations and improved search capabilities will dramatically simplify and accelerate complex integration projects so our customers can focus on strategic pursuits that drive their business forward. But we didn’t stop there – a new API developer portal and expanded cloud big data support are among the many innovations that make this platform release a standout.”

Significant new capabilities in the August 2019 release include:

  • Iris AI - Pipeline Recommendations
  • Iris AI - Improved Search
  • API Developer Portal
  • SnapLogic eXtreme - Azure Databricks Support

Additional new and enhanced capabilities include:

  • Data Lineageo
  • SSO AuthN Support
  • Disk Space Alerts
  • Amazon Redshift Snaps for eXtreme: Users can now read from and write to Redshift databases in SnapLogic eXtreme pipelines.
  • Enhanced Snaps: Updates were made to commonly used Snaps, including Salesforce, Adobe Cloud Platform, Confluent Kafka, Snowflake, Microsoft SQL Server, PySpark, and more.

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