by Angela Guess
A recent press release reports, “SnapLogic, the unified data and application integration platform as a service (iPaaS), and Snowflake Computing, the data warehouse built for the cloud, today announced a new partnership to simplify and accelerate data integration and analytics in the cloud. The partnership includes technology integration and joint go-to-market activities to help organizations harness all data for new insights, better decisions and better business outcomes. Available immediately, SnapLogic has introduced a series of new pre-built intelligent connectors – called Snaps – which provide fast, self-service data ingestion and transformation from virtually any application or data source to the Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse. Timely, relevant data can then be quickly and easily analyzed using a variety of analytic tools.”
The release goes on, “The demands of the digital era have fundamentally changed the requirements for effective data integration and warehousing. Organizations need fast and easy access to all data – no matter the source, format or location. The combination of SnapLogic and Snowflake delivers a solution designed from the ground-up to be cloud-first, self-service, fully scalable and capable of handling all data. Customers using Snowflake and Snaplogic enjoy dramatic acceleration in time-to-value at a fraction of the cost by eliminating manual configuration, coding and tuning while bringing together diverse data and taking full advantage of the flexibility and scalability of the cloud. ‘Speed, agility, ease-of-use, future-proof – this is what customers want from their software infrastructure and is a product vision shared by both SnapLogic and Snowflake,’ said Craig Stewart, vice president of product management at SnapLogic. ‘Our cloud-native solutions, now fully integrated, remove any technical hurdles around data ingestion, preparation and delivery so our customers can instead focus on data analysis and business outcomes’.”
Read more at Snowflake.net.
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