|By Maureen O'Gara||
|September 22, 2012 09:00 AM EDT||
SnapLogic, the enterprise cloud integration outfit that's supposed to bestride cloud computing and Big Data, has gotten a $20 million C round led by Ignition, a new investor, as well as Triangle Peak Partners and existing backer Andreessen Horowitz.
That makes $32.5 million altogether.
SnapLogic claims to be a "standard for Global 2000 companies" in helping them integrate the cloud while ensuring interoperability across a complex range of on-premise legacy apps. It also caters to federal agencies.
According to Ignition general partner Frank Artale "No enterprise can fully harness Big Data without a scalable integration platform that combines data from both its cloud and on-premise applications." SnapLogic containerizes all kinds of data through connectors it calls Snaps.