But we have not rested on our laurels. Last week, we added a new template feature, and we are happy to announce that we’ve now rolled out seven new connectors.
So, let’s take a deep dive and get a closer look at the new connectivity and automation blocks.
- Data Warehouses: The system can trigger webhooks, bring the data into Qlik Application Automation for analytics, based on the data warehouse telling the system it’s ready to go through an API call.
- Snowflake- Get (or push) data from (or to) Snowflake data cloud for use in analytics or data integration processes.
- Amazon Redshift- Get (or push) data from (or to) Redshift warehouse for use in analytics or data integration processes.
- Google Big Query- Get (or push) data from (or to) Google Big Query warehouse for use in analytics or data integration processes.
- Dbt (data build tool) is a solution that enables data analysts and engineers to transform, test, and document data in their cloud data warehouses. Use the connector and blocks to control dbtCloud jobs as an action within Qlik Cloud.
- UI Path- Control UiPath automations from within Qlik Cloud. UiPath is Robotic Process Automation (RPA). RPA alternative automation for systems that do not support API-based integrations (screen-scrape instead). Read more about Qlik’s key partnership with UI Path.
- Splunk- Splunk is “enterprise log/event management.” Search Splunk instances or add events to Splunk (e.g., app reload completed).
Qlik Application Automation is part of our Active Intelligence vision which delivers in-the-moment awareness of every aspect of your business and helps to drive immediate actions. Read more about the value of Qlik Application Automation.
Review a YouTube video that will walk you through Qlik’s Application Automation, using SalesForce.