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SnapLogic Offers Elastic Integration Platform in Azure Marketplace

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slby Angela Guess

A new article out of the company reports, “SnapLogic, the industry’s first unified data and application integration platform as a service (iPaaS), today announced that its hybrid execution framework – the Snaplex – is available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace as Azureplex. Using the SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform, customers of the Azure cloud computing platform and Cortana Analytics Suite can get to business insights faster with self-service data integration from virtually any source, whether on-premises, in the cloud or in hybrid environments.”

Jack Kudale, Senior Vice President of Field Operations at SnapLogic, commented, “Modern enterprises looking to maximize their application and analytics investments need a way to seamlessly share data across applications, no matter where they are located… We’re making our hybrid execution framework available via the Azure Marketplace so customers of the Azure cloud computing platform and of the Cortana Suite can more quickly gain the scalability benefits of cloud computing and the speed of self-service data integration to support their analytics initiatives.”

The article adds, “With the Azureplex on the Azure Marketplace, customers of both companies have an easier path to advanced data storage and big data analytics in the cloud with self-service data ingestion, preparation and delivery. ‘The Cortana Analytics Suite provides a powerful platform for analytics and machine learning in the cloud,’ said Lance Olson, Partner Director of Program Management for Cortana Analytics at Microsoft. ‘SnapLogic delivers a way for customers of both companies to connect all their data sources to the cloud so they get faster time to value and a more comprehensive way to transform data into intelligent action.’”

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