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SnapLogic Announces General Availability of SnapLogic eXtreme to Accelerate Cloud Data Lake Initiatives


Industry-first solution eliminates cost, resource, talent barriers to
cloud-based big data

SnapLogic, the leader in self-service application and data integration,
today announced the general availability of SnapLogic
to reduce the time, resources, and expertise required to
build and operate big data architectures in the cloud. SnapLogic eXtreme
extends the company's flagship Enterprise
Integration Cloud
platform to eliminate technical barriers
associated with creating cloud-based data lakes, equipping businesses
with extensive compute power, cost efficiencies, and faster

As companies reach the power limits of on-premise systems and look to
the cloud for greater scale, they face cost-prohibitive obstacles to
modernizing their data architectures. The majority of cloud data lake
projects are delayed or over-budget, and on average, enterprises are
using only half
the data they collect or generate. To help enterprises harness data as a
strategic asset, SnapLogic eXtreme allows big data engineers and
technical business users alike to process large volumes of data without
complex code.

"Data-driven insights top every business leader's priority list, but
most data lake projects fail to progress beyond the pilot phase due to
technical complexity, high costs, and shortage of talent," said Vaikom
Krishnan, Senior Vice President of Engineering at SnapLogic. "With
SnapLogic eXtreme, we are eliminating the technical and cost barriers to
big data services just as we democratized application and data
integration with the Enterprise Integration Cloud and Iris AI."

Following its beta launch in May, SnapLogic eXtreme has demonstrated
success with rapidly and cost-effectively bringing data transformation
to enterprise customers. Using eXtreme, leading digital systems
integrator Agilisium
has piloted a project with a large pharmaceutical brand where operating
expense savings are estimated at as much as 35 percent and Apache Spark
pipeline development time is reduced from weeks to hours.

"Effective big data processing and management has long represented a
prohibitively expensive pipe dream for our customers. The introduction
of SnapLogic eXtreme means we can now help them achieve their
data-driven goals, with far fewer resources and at a fraction of the
cost," said Raj Babu, CEO at Agilisium. "Our early adopter customers are
all set to realize potential cost savings, accelerated time to insights,
and sustainable competitive advantage."

SnapLogic eXtreme provides a serverless, cloud-based runtime environment
for complex, high-volume data transformations. Key benefits include:

  • Managed data architecture in the cloud: Automated, fully
    managed cloud-based big data runtime environment includes integration
    (iPaaS), processing (BDaaS), and data storage. SnapLogic eXtreme is
    elastic and easy to manage.
  • Self-service: A drag-and-drop interface empowers technical
    business users, or citizen integrators, to save time and eliminate the
    IT bottleneck.
  • Scale: The SnapLogic platform populates the data lake in the
    cloud by leveraging 450+ pre-built, intelligent connectors (Snaps)
    for Hadoop, Kafka, Cassandra, MongoDB, AWS Redshift, and other
    applications and data stores.
  • Accelerated time-to-value: Move big data to the cloud quickly
    to generate business value faster.
  • Compatibility: Easily connect managed Hadoop services like Amazon
    Elastic MapReduce
    (EMR), Microsoft
    Azure HDInsight
    , and more.

All SnapLogic customers can access eXtreme from their existing
Enterprise Integration Cloud platform today. To read more about eXtreme,
read the latest
post on the SnapLogic blog
or visit the eXtreme
solution page on the SnapLogic website

About SnapLogic

SnapLogic is the leader in self-service integration. The company's
Enterprise Integration Cloud makes it fast and easy to connect
applications, data, APIs, and things. Hundreds of Global 2000 customers
— including Adobe, AstraZeneca, Box, GameStop, Verizon, and Wendy's —
rely on SnapLogic to automate business processes, accelerate analytics,
and drive digital transformation. SnapLogic was founded by data industry
veteran Gaurav Dhillon and is backed by blue-chip investors including
Andreessen Horowitz, Capital One, Ignition Partners, Microsoft, Triangle
Peak Partners, and Vitruvian Partners. Learn more at

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