Business Intelligence SIG: Enhancing SaaS applications through data integration with SnapLogic
Founder and Chief Community Officer
Mike started SnapLogic with Gaurav Dhillon with the goal of simplifying data integration through a fundamentally new approach.
Mike has worked in the data analysis and data integration space for the past 12 years. He built his first financial data mart in 1996, and later worked on pool selection analysis for the asset-backed securitization industry. Mike joined Informatica in 1997, where he worked on product advocacy and developed the support infrastructure for the Global Support Organization, which used a mixture of commercial and Open Source software to enable collaboration and resource sharing across five distributed support centers. Before Informatica, Mike worked in the high performance computer industry, optimizing Fortran and C programs for massively parallel computers. Mike graduated from the Sligo Institute of Technology in 1983.
Presentation: Enhancing SaaS applications through data integration with SnapLogicSnapLogic is an open source integration framework, designed from the ground up
to apply the principles of the web to solving the data integration problem.
SnapLogic can be used for traditional integration between applications, as well as SaaS
integration. Its Web architecture is uniquely suited for solving 'Cloud to Ground'
integration problems, while its component architecture and open source implementation
make it very flexible and extensible.
The talk will begin with an introduction to the SnapLogic architecture and the
capabilities available, including extending the system. We will then review some simple
transformation pipelines that access a basic orders system. Finally, we will look at an
application that uses these pipelines to implement a collaborative account management
system on top of SugarCRM combining data from multiple applications to improve account
Building D, Southern Cross Room
3410 Hillview Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94304
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. - Networking
7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Presentation and Discussion
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members
No charge for SDForum members
No registration required
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