StreamSets Extends DataOps to Snowflake

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A recent press release reports, “StreamSets®, provider of the industry’s first DataOps platform for modern data integration, announced today a technology partnership agreement with Snowflake, the data warehouse built for the cloud. In conjunction with the partnership, StreamSets also unveiled StreamSets for Snowflake. Now, StreamSets customers can easily create at-scale data pipelines for batch and streaming data from edge, on-premises and cloud systems directly into Snowflake, while automatically mitigating impact of data drift and ensuring data availability, quality and protection through continuous monitoring and Data SLAs. Snowflake’s enterprise data warehouse is designed to easily amass all data, enabling rapid analytics that quickly make data insights available to all users, consumers and systems that need them. Snowflake customers enjoy benefits such as instant elasticity, secure data sharing and per-second pricing across multiple clouds for data analytics.”

The release goes on, “StreamSets for Snowflake greatly simplifies development of any-to-any pipelines that include Snowflake while affording continuous visibility and control over pipeline performance to ensure data availability, integrity and protection. Enterprises can use StreamSets for Snowflake to continuously flow data in real-time from relational databases, data lakes, search stores, logs, APIs and numerous other sources into Snowflake for use cases such as bulk upload/database migration, change data capture (CDC) and streaming data ingest across a hybrid multi-cloud architecture. ‘As the only data warehouse built for the cloud, Snowflake brings a compelling combination of performance, scalability and simplicity to the enterprise. A data warehouse must integrate with enterprise data sources and other data platforms to form a cohesive architecture that best serves the business,’ said Jobi George, vice president of business development and strategic alliances at StreamSets. ‘StreamSets for Snowflake helps enterprises extend their architecture to Snowflake with efficiency, performance and resilience in the face of change. Through our new partnership we look forward to extending the benefits of DataOps to Snowflake customers’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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