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  1. Set up data pipelines in 15 minutes without single line of code with open-source ETL/ELT solution

  2. - the data warehouse integration platform designed specifically for e-commerce. Power your data warehouse with ETL, ELT, CDC, Reverse ETL, and API Management.

    Help me find the right data ingestion tool about 2 days ago: - Don't have much experience but could be useful to look into.
  3. Fully managed extract, transform, and load (ETL) service

    Deploying a Data Warehouse with Pulumi and Amazon Redshift about 4 months ago:

    So in the next post, we'll do that: We'll take what we've done here, add a few more components with Pulumi and AWS Glue, and wire it all up with a few magical lines of Python scripting.
  4. Extract, transfer and load ETL data across multiple systems, with support forextended metadata management and big data enterprise connectivity.

  5. Databricks provides a Unified Analytics Platform that accelerates innovation by unifying data science, engineering and business.‎What is Apache Spark?

    Clickstream data analysis with Databricks and Redpanda about 7 months ago

    Global organizations need a way to process the massive amounts of data they produce for real-time decision making. They often utilize event-streaming tools like Redpanda with stream-processing tools like Databricks for this purpose.
  6. Upsolver is a robust Data Lake Platform that simplifies big & streaming data integration, management and preparation on premise (HDFS) or in the cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP).

    Anyone Used Dremio? about over 1 year ago

    Most of the pains of using query engines over object storage are in the ongoing management of files (partitioning, compression, merging many small files into fewer larger files) Cloud data lakes are tremendously valuable when it comes to exploratory and ad-hoc data analysis. If you really require sub-second queries on structured data, you're better off with a data warehouse. I'm not totally clear on your use...
  7. Talend Cloud delivers a single, open platform for data integration across cloud and on-premises environments. Put more data to work for your business faster with Talend.

    Couldn't parse value for column 'ID' in 'row1' about 9 months ago

    Hello all im new to talend and im trying to do the tutorials provided by here:.
  8. Amazon Kinesis services make it easy to work with real-time streaming data in the AWS cloud.

    Query Real Time Data in Kafka Using SQL about 3 days ago:

    RisingWave is an open-source distributed SQL database for stream processing. RisingWave accepts data from sources like Apache Kafka, Apache Pulsar, Amazon Kinesis, Redpanda, and databases via native Change data capture connections to MySQL and PostgreSQL sources. It uses the concept of materialized view that involves caching the outcome of your query operations and it is quite efficient for long-running stream...
  9. AWS Data Pipeline is a cloud-based data workflow service that helps you process and move data between different AWS services and on-premise.

    Ingestion of live data about about 1 year ago

    Also, if you're doing this for an employer, and they have some deeper pockets, there is also AWS Data Pipeline.
  10. Hevo Data is a no-code, bi-directional data pipeline platform specially built for modern ETL, ELT, and Reverse ETL Needs. Get near real-time data pipelines for reporting and analytics up and running in just a few minutes. Try Hevo for Free today!


    Quick tip: Replicating a MongoDB Atlas database to... about 5 months ago

    In a previous article, we used open-source Airbyte to create an ELT pipeline between SingleStoreDB and Apache Pulsar. We have also seen in another article several methods to ingest MongoDB JSON data into SingleStoreDB. In this article, we’ll evaluate a commercial ELT tool called Hevo Data to create a pipeline between MongoDB Atlas and SingleStoreDB Cloud. Switching to SingleStoreDB has many benefits, as described...