SnapLogic Features List


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4.0/5 (1 review)

SnapLogic Feature Summary

  • Integrate any source (Web, SaaS, on-premise)
  • Infinitely extensible Snap Component API
  • Ability to build Snaps and re-sell on the SnapStore
  • Deploy on-premise or in the cloud
  • Browser-based Designer drag-and-drop GUI
  • Enterprise ETL functionality
  • Robust library of Snap components-Downloadable and reusable
  • Scheduler
  • Multiple user support
  • Java & Python components
  • Social Media Integration
  • Big Data

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SnapLogic Feature Reviews

1 reviewers had the following to say about SnapLogic's features:

Greg Sacrey

Makes for a centralized ETL solution


We use snap logic as part of our ETL process for feeding data into our CMDB from disparate sources.


Easier firewall rules allow for more robust integrations. Lots of built-in integrations.


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.

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Time used: 2+ years

Frequency of use: Weekly

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Recommendations to others considering SnapLogic

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.

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