SnapGPT generative AI integration solution released by SnapLogic

SnapLogic's new SnapGPT AI product will allow enterprises to integrate applications and data sources with natural language

As generative AI remains highly demanded by businesses looking to optimise productivity, enterprise customers will be able to access open source and proprietary large language models (LLMs), in order to accelerate development of new business processes.

SnapGPT has been released as a part of the SnapLogic Intelligent Integration Platform.

The newly launched tool from integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) provider SnapLogic is able to understand, interpret, and generate code based on existing infrastructure — reducing strain on IT staff.

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Users of SnapGPT will become more capable of bolstering connection and automation of disparate systems and data sources, to cut time spent on aligning with evolving business goals.

Employees with any job title or discipline can create workflows and data pipelines, through natural language prompts in almost 100 different languages, using the solution.

The tool will also help to minimise IT backlogs, which prove a key cost management challenge for developers and engineers.

“The speed of deployment and security is top of mind for every business technology leader. SnapGPT will help any team deliver technology products and services faster, resulting in a competitive edge,” said SnapLogic CTO Jeremiah Stone.

“SnapLogic is dedicated to making valuable projects and complex systems easy to integrate and ship to market. We started this AI journey seven years ago, and are accelerating it with generative integration to spread integration from IT to all parts of the business.

“Our passion is to make the integration process intuitive and easy to remove complexity and technical debt, working faster, smarter, and more efficiently.”

Introducing generative integration

While previously established solutions like open source AutoGPT — powered by GPT-4 — can automate coding, generative integration is an emerging data science approach that helps achieve this in a secure and flexible environment.

With the release of SnapGPT, which brings a whole library of LLMs to businesses, SnapLogic is demonstrating intention to lead this area of AI.

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“We are starting to see the initial benefits of generative integration. It’s early days, but we can already see its potential to increase team efficiency,” said Nancy Mustachio, director of enterprise applications at Barnard College in New York City — an early trialist of the SnapGPT solution.

“Our team of developers has used SnapGPT to create and test integration workflows in under an hour, compared to days. I foresee SnapGPT will continue to advance and be able to handle more complex integrations. We’re excited to be at the forefront.”

SnapGPT is available free of charge to new and existing SnapLogic customers, and those interested can apply for a free trial, here.


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Aaron Hurst

Aaron Hurst is Information Age's senior reporter, providing news and features around the hottest trends across the tech industry.