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SnapLogic transforms data into Data services using a RESTful architecture and built in Python

SnapLogic addresses the challenges of data integration in a completely new way.
Like the Web itself, SnapLogic standardizes the access protocols, access methods and data structure for every interaction. These simple HTTP interactions (i.e. RESTful interactions) allow data to be exchanged between servers in an organized way that makes it easy for the data to be processed and interpreted. This creates a data services layer that provides transformation and integration services and allows networked data sources to interact directly with one another so that integration can occur within the network.
These techniques enable a building-block approach which supports interoperability and reuse of components to a level that would be unattainable with commercial or hand-coded integration alternatives.


Install guide online at; API documentation at



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Ted Teah

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14 June 2007

Leaders and contributors

SnapLogic Maintainer

Resources and communication

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Software prerequisites

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 14 January 2017.


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