The JumpBox Open collection continues to grow. Today we add the JumpBox for the SnapLogic Data Integration.

SnapLogic allows you to access and transform data from disparate sources and create data “pipelines” that can be chained together to perform useful tasks. Splice data from a spreadsheet on your desktop with records stored in a networked MySQL database and mash it all up with supplementary info via a public webservice on the Internet. Snaplogic is the “digital duct tape” that helps you quickly tackle integration projects.

Similar to the “Yahoo Pipes” system, SnapLogic gives you a visual environment for knitting together data feeds and manipulating data without writing code. Because pipelines are composed of modular components, new data sources can easily be “snapped in” to leverage existing logic. JumpBox for SnapLogic is a part of our JumpBox Open program and is available for download to JumpBox Open subscribers or can be trialed online using our Rapid Trial feature. To learn more about the SnapLogic software and community please visit snaplogic.com.

SnapLogic Ramp Up Video

To make it even easier to get started with SnapLogic we’ve put together a screencast tutorial that demonstrates the process of solving a data integration problem using SnapLogic. We’ll start with a fresh instance and walk through all the steps necessary to deliver a working application. In the exercise we show off some useful development techniques unique to virtualized environments and JumpBoxes and in the process create a solution to a problem that companies pay thousands of dollars per year to address. The challenge involves fighting crime and frozen bank accounts. Curious what it is? Watch the video to find out.

Updated JumpBoxes

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**The Application** **What's Changed**
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/wordpress.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/wordpress)
**[Wordpress 1.1.10](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/wordpress)** Wordpress is one of the worlds most popular blog publishing applications. Create a blog and communicate directly with your audience online. Publish commentary, receive comments, share video and more with this blog publishing system. Wordpress has been updated to Wordpress version 2.7.1\. Notable changes: Filters refactored to avoid XSS attacks Revisions now respect timezone offset Comment feeds are now valid RSS [View release notes](http://core.trac.wordpress.org/query?status=closed&milestone=2.7.1&resolution=fixed&order=priority)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/trac.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/trac)
**[Trac 1.1.8](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/trac)** Trac is an advanced tool for tracking software development projects. It provides a simple wiki, issue tracking system and tight integration with the Subversion revision control system. Trac has been updated to the 0.11.3 release. Notable changes: Highlighting of search results is more robust Unicode related fixes Fixed Trac link rendering in ReST [View release notes](http://trac.edgewall.org/browser/tags/trac-0.11.3/RELEASE)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/cacti.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/cacti)
**[Cacti 1.1.4](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/cacti)** Cacti is a complete network graphing solution designed to harness the power of RRDTool's data storage and graphing functionality. Cacti provides a fast poller, advanced graph templating, multiple data acquisition methods, and user management features out of the box. All of this is wrapped in an intuitive, easy to use interface that makes sense for LAN-sized installations up to complex networks with hundreds of devices. Cacti has been updated to Cacti version 0.8.7d. Notable changes: Enhancements to SNMP cli version information on tech support page Various bug fixes including LDAP-related issues, cross site scripting checking and deletion of large numbers of graphs and data sources. [View release notes](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/cacti)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/dokuwiki.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/dokuwiki)
[**Dokuwiki 1.1.3**](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/dokuwiki) DokuWiki is a simple, clean and easy to use a Wiki system that allows collaborative editing of a web site. It's focused on creating documentation for developer teams, workgroups and small companies. Dokuwiki has been updated to the 2009.2.14 release. Notable changes: Added Flash multi-uploader Improved XMLRPC interface Performance optimizations Better support for non-default auth backends [View release notes](http://www.dokuwiki.org/changes)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/redmine.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/redmine)
**[Redmine 1.1.4](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/redmine)** Redmine is a project management and issue tracking system for software developers. Redmine provides many of the features in Trac plus support for multiple projects, role based access control, time tracking functionality, Gantt charts, a calendar view and user self-registration support. Redmine has been updated to the 0.8.1 release. Notable changes: Fixes to the Trac Importer Various minor bug fixes Various minor feature enhancements [View release notes](http://www.redmine.org/wiki/redmine/Changelog)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/mediawiki.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/mediawiki)
**[Mediawiki 1.1.8](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/mediawiki)** MediaWiki is a Wiki application that allows you to write, edit, manage, store, and organize knowledge collaboratively. Create and edit content collaboratively, search and retrieve information effortlessly. The JumpBox for MediaWiki provides you with the world's most popular wiki platform. Mediawiki has been updated to the 1.13.4 release. Notable changes: Fixes for numerous XSS security vulnerabilities [View release notes](http://svn.wikimedia.org/svnroot/mediawiki/tags/REL1_13_4/phase3/RELEASE-NOTES)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/moinmoin.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/moinmoin)
**[Moinmoin 1.1.8](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/moinmoin)** MoinMoin is an advanced, easy to use and extensible Wiki Engine with a large community of users. It’s written in Python and has a clean easy to understand user interface. MoinMoin has been updated to the 1.8.2 release. Notable changes: Ability to turn off IP address logging for more privacy Fixes for XSS security vulnerabilities Updated the FCK editor [View release notes](http://moinmo.in/MoinMoinRelease1.8)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/zenoss.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/zenoss)
**[Zenoss 1.1.1](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/zenoss)** Zenoss enables network administrators to manage the configuration, health, and performance of networks, servers and network applications. Monitor your network availability, inventory, configuration, performance, and more with the Jumpbox for Zenoss. Zenoss has been updated to the 2.3.2 release. Notable changes: Now includes most core ZenPacks by default Improved JMX monitoring and error reporting for Java applications Improved monitoring of Windows servers [View release notes](http://www.zenoss.com/community/docs/release-notes/Zenoss_Release_Notes_2_3_2.pdf)
[![](http://www.jumpbox.com/sites/all/themes/jumpbox/applications/icons/orangehrm.png)](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/orangehrm)
[**Orange HRM 1.1.1**](http://www.jumpbox.com/app/orangehrm) OrangeHRM helps small and mid-sized organizations simplify Human Resource Management (HRM). This modular HRM system automates HR processes, and harnesses the power of regular staff and HR officials to enable your organization's success. Each module features the ability to automatically notify appropriate organization officials, and electronically allow review and approval of HR issues. OrangeHRM has been updated to the 2.4.1 release. Notable changes: Significant number of bugfixes Significant improvements to the updater [View release notes](http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=647294&group_id=156477)