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Snaplogic CEO on integration in the cloud (Q&A)

July 6, 2011 No Comments

The rapid rise of cloud computing and near-ubiquity of software-as-a-service (SaaS) has breathed new life into the integration space, or so says Gaurav Dhillon, chairman and CEO of SnapLogic.

SnapLogic is a cloud integration company making a name for itself with technology that can “containerize” data, making it easier to move in and around disparate cloud and on-premise applications and data sources.

I caught up with Dhillon–perhaps best known as CEO and co-founder of publicly traded data integration pioneer Informatica in the early 1990s–after his cameo at Structure 2011 in San Francisco last month. I wanted to get his take on how cloud computing and big data are impacting integration.

Click here to read more of Dave Rosenberg’s blog post

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