3 Trends that are Changing the World of Data – Business Intelligence Article

In my last post, I wrote about the new data integration requirements. In this post I wanted to share a few points made recently in a TDWI institute interview with SnapLogic founder and CEO Gaurav Dhillon when he was asked: What are some of the most interesting trends you’re seeing in the BI, analytics, and data warehousing space? There are three trends that I believe are fundamentally changing the world of data. The first is the shift to the cloud.…

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The New Data Integration Requirements – Business Intelligence Article

This week SnapLogic posted a presentation of the 10 Modern Data Integration Platform Requirements on the company’s blog. They are: Application integration is done primarily through REST & SOAP services Large-volume data integration is available to Hadoop-based data lakes or cloud-based data warehouses Integration has to support the continuum of data velocities starting from batch all the way to continuous streams Integration is event-based rather than clock-driven Integration is primarily document- centric Integration is hybrid and spans cloud-cloud and cloud-ground scenarios…

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It’s Time to Rethink Integration – Business Intelligence Article

Last week SnapLogic posted the company’s mission on their blog, which is focused on accelerating how enterprise integration technology is delivered in the enterprise. The company is growing rapidly and hiring. Here is the their mission statement: It’s time to rethink integration.Integrating data and applications with legacy products is slowing down your business.What you’re running now is no longer running fast enough for today’s business needs.But what if you could eliminate the pain of integration and get to its promise?To…

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Addressing the Last Mile – Middleware in Focus – Business Intelligence Article

Addressing the Last Mile – Middleware in Focus Published 2015/08/16 cloud integration , ipaas , snaplogic Tags: Cloud integration, iPaas, middleware history Check out this post by Glenn Donovan: The History of Middleware. From the enterprise service bus (ESB) to the integration competency center (ICC), he has a lot to say about the good, bad and ugly of legacy enterprise application integration (EAI) and extract, transform and load (ETL) technologies. The central theme – it’s about the need for simplicity and speed,…

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