The SnapLogic Integration Cloud instantly streams data between multiple SaaS applications such as ServiceNow, Salesforce and Workday, as well as on-premises systems like SAP and Oracle. It also provides powerful data integration for business analytics solutions such as Amazon Redshift and Tableau.

SnapLogic Integration Cloud consists of a "true" multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) Designer, Manager and Dashboard that runs in the public cloud and eliminates the need for software, hardware and versioning. The solution also includes an elastic execution network, called Snaplex, that can run in the cloud and behind the firewall. There are also over 160 pre-built connectors, called Snaps, that are available on the SnapStore, an SDK for custom development of Snaps, and a RESTful API to embed Snaps.

SnapLogic built the Designer, Manager and Dashboard for the "citizen developer"; they're HTML5-based for native mobile access and monitoring. Designer users can easily choose from a library of pre-built Snaps and quickly create and manage designs in a drag-and-drop user interface.

What SnapLogic calls the industry's first self-upgrading execution network?

Data is streamed between applications, databases, files, social and big data sources via the Snaplex, what SnapLogic calls the industry's first self-upgrading execution network. Snaplex elastically manages integration capacity planning and is built to handle data and process-centric integration requirements. Businesses can scale out in the cloud when using Salesforce, NetSuite and Concur, run behind a firewall for hybrid deployments, and scale up and down based on the volume of data being processed.