SnapLogic Harnesses AI to Automatically Build End-to-End Integrations in Minutes

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According to a new press release, “SnapLogic, provider of the #1 Intelligent Integration Platform, today introduced a new breakthrough AI capability to help citizen and expert integrators complete integrations faster and more easily, boosting user productivity and enabling IT and development teams to focus on more strategic, high value tasks. The new industry-first feature, called Pipeline Synthesis, leverages SnapLogic’s machine learning-based engine, Iris AI, to infer user intent and organizational insight to instantly build and suggest new, complete, end-to-end integration pipelines to quickly solve an integration task at hand. In addition to the new Pipeline Synthesis feature, the November 2019 release of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform also includes additional Iris AI enhancements, new Kubernetes support, and enhanced connectivity with Salesforce, Coupa, and Delta Lake by Databricks.”

The release continues, “In 2017, Iris AI was first to employ machine learning to suggest the next step in building a data pipeline. Earlier this year, Iris began suggesting already completed pipelines residing within the user’s organization and vetted pipeline patterns from the SnapLogic Patterns Catalog for the user’s consideration. Now, with the new Pipeline Synthesis feature, the user only needs to identify the endpoints they’d like to connect, and optionally any other Snaps they might want to use, and Iris AI will automatically build from scratch a complete, end-to-end pipeline — from original source to desired target, including all Snaps in between. Like solving a puzzle, the user simply provides some of the known pieces and SnapLogic’s machine learning algorithms will find and suggest possible solutions to complete the puzzle. With this AI-assisted head start, integrators can then refine and configure the pipeline as needed to ensure it is enterprise-grade and production-ready.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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