From InfoWeek’s blogpost by John Foley -
Open source software company SnapLogic has introduced a version of its data integration framework that’s tuned for Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN).com’s Elastic Compute Cloud, or EC2, Web service. It gives developers and IT departments the option of doing their data integration work in Amazon’s cloud rather than on their own servers.
Two-year-old SnapLogic’s framework consists of a design tool, metadata repository, server, and connector modules for Apache, Oracle (NSDQ: ORCL), Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), and other data sources. In May, the company released SnapLogic 2.0 as a VMware appliance. The framework is available free under the General Public License (v2) or via two subscription license options with various levels of support. InformationWeek profiled SnapLogic as our Startup Of The Week on May 31.