SnapLogic, a provider of transformative integration solutions, introduced SnapGPT earlier this year, which was seen as a revolutionary generative integration tool that leverages the prowess of open-source and proprietary artificial intelligence.
With its innovative approach, SnapGPT allows customers to expedite the development of integration pipelines using natural language prompts. This tool also goes beyond conventional functionalities by enabling users to instantaneously document new and existing pipelines, generate sample data and create SQL queries, expressions, mappings and more.
What sets SnapGPT apart is its integration with Anthropic's LLM, Claude 2, facilitated through Amazon Bedrock. This fully managed service serves as a bridge, making foundation models from AI companies, like Anthropic, easily accessible via an API, thereby empowering users to build and scale generative AI applications effortlessly.
Through Anthropic, SnapLogic offers its customers the latest LLMs available on the market. And, through Amazon Bedrock, users can seamlessly incorporate Claude 2 into their workflows, unlocking a new realm of possibilities for transformative integration.
That set the building blocks for SnapLogic’s collaboration with Amazon. In more recent news, SnapLogic signed a Strategic Collaboration Agreement, or SCA, with AWS, with plans to drive generative integration adoption globally.
“By deepening our collaboration with AWS, we’re taking another major step in giving organizations the ability to choose generative integration solutions that harness the scale and security AWS inherently provides,” said Jason Wakeam, Vice President of Partner Sales and OEM at SnapLogic.
The investment is expected to help expand SnapLogic's low-code platform which allows companies to connect any data source and application in a short time span with less technical users.
For example, Cooperative Benefits Group, or CBG, is a startup that offers pharmacy benefit management and clinical pharmacy services. CBG used SnapLogic’s low-code platform to quickly establish its IT infrastructure. They built over 100 integrations and 30 interfaces with third-party services while maintaining core data transfer functions with a single engineer, minimizing costs.
SnapLogic’s low-code platform allowed CBG to achieve what would typically take a much larger team 18 months to accomplish in three months, helping them meet deadlines and launch successfully.
“This agreement will empower our customers to seamlessly connect, transform and integrate their data, further enhancing the value of cloud,” said Mona Chadha, Director, Infrastructure Partnerships at AWS. “Together, we aim to deliver innovative, cloud-native generative integration solutions that drive business agility and help organizations thrive in an increasingly data-driven world.”
SnapLogic is also available in AWS Marketplace to help simplify customers’ onboarding processes for Amazon Redshift, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service and Amazon Relational Database Service.
Edited by Alex Passett