Who Uses This Software?

Both line of business and IT organizations for midsize and enterprises benefit from our simple, fast, and intelligent integration platform.


Average Ratings

1 Review

  • 4 / 5
    Overall

  • 3 / 5
    Ease of Use

  • 3 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Starting Price
    $24,000.00/year
  • Pricing Details
    Pricing starts at $24k for midmarket companies and $125k for enterprise
  • Free Version
    Yes
  • Free Trial
    Yes
  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
  • Training
    Documentation
    Webinars
    Live Online
    In Person
  • Support
    Online
    Business Hours
    24/7 (Live Rep)

Vendor Details

  • SnapLogic
  • www.snaplogic.com
  • Founded 2013
  • United States

About SnapLogic

SnapLogic is the leader in self-service integration. The companys 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 Wendys rely on SnapLogic to automate business processes, accelerate analytics, and drive digital transformation.


SnapLogic Features

  • Dashboard
  • ETL - Extract / Transfer / Load
  • Metadata Management
  • Multiple Data Sources
  • Web Services

SnapLogic Reviews


Makes for a centralized ETL solution

Jan 06, 2017
4/5
Overall

3 / 5
Ease of Use

3 / 5
Features & Functionality

3 / 5
Customer Support

4 / 5
Value for Money
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Pros: Allows for easy tracking of feeds into a system.

Easier firewall rules allow for more robust integrations.

Lots of built-in integrations.

Cons: The learning curve is not difficult per se as it is quite graphical but until you get used to it it can be a little daunting.

Overall: We use snap logic as part of our ETL process for feeding data into our CMDB from disparate sources. This allows for an easy to track source for data loads.

Recommendations to other buyers: If you have a lot of integrations, this can be a benefit for you. However it also provides a single point of failure if the snaplogic feed goes down, so does every integration.