SnapLogic this week said it has found a new way to accelerate cloud adoption by aggregating and analyzing information through pre-built integration patterns.

Dubbed Snap Patterns, these cloud-based patterns tie together business processes that span cloud and on-premises systems. Partners can build custom patterns and share them within an organization.

"As companies invest in an increasing number of SaaS applications, it can become a challenge to manage data and ensure the applications are actually well adopted and delivering business value," SnapLogic Marketing Vice President Darren Cunningham told Talkin' Cloud.

While Snap Patterns rely on connectors (or Snaps), they go beyond connectivity to capture repeatable business processes.

"Snap Patterns are configurable with the simple wizard user interface so a channel partner who has expertise with CRM in a specific industry could have a set of patterns for specific use cases that they see over and and over," he said.

SnapLogic partner Cervello uses Snap Patterns to get a jump on Amazon Redshift implementations, "ultimately improving the time to value for our customers," Bill Madigan, vice president of sales and marketing, at Cervello said in an email statement.

"By delivering pre-built integration patterns, Snap Patterns greatly speed and simplify the ability to aggregate and analyze information, thereby increasing the ROI on SaaS applications," Cunningham said.

SnapLogic is now offering a 30-day trial of Snap Patterns for Amazon Redshift, the first available in the series. The free trial "makes it easier for analytics and data management partners to take advantage of Amazon's petabyte-scale data warehouse," he added.

Specific Snap Patterns planned for SaaS applications include Salesforce (CRM) (order to cash with SAP and Oracle EBS), Workday (employee onboarding) and ServiceNow (trouble ticket resolution).

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