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SnapLogic Claims Really Simple (Open Source) Integration

Apr 25, 2008, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Stamper)

"Integrating disparate data, applications and systems is a challenge that has made companies like Tibco and Informatica rich. There's good reason for that--it's a difficult task, not made any easier by the fact that the artifacts that you are trying to integrate are in constant flux as new versions of applications, systems and even standards are constantly changing.

"But open source firm SnapLogic, founded in 1996 by the former CEO of Informatica Gaurav Dhillon, says it can not only enable what it has trademarked as 'Really Simple Integration,' but also do it open source..."

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