Data integration on the road

Last month saw CloverETL going on a mini tour of some great data events in both the US and UK.

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Data lake - buzzword or useful concept?

The data lake – it’s a phrase that’s thrown around a lot right now, but is it just an empty buzzword, or does it actually bring real value?

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7 Questions To Ask When Choosing Your Data Architecture

Choosing the right enterprise data architecture can be confusing. Our infographic sets out 7 key questions you need to ask to help make the right choice for your business.

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Is file-based automation dead?

In short—no. Let me explain why I believe files will stay with us despite all the modern approaches we see today, like web services or data streaming.

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Data Services: 3 core design patterns

We have just shipped CloverETL 4.7 and with it comes Data Services; a new functionality you can use to develop REST APIs using your all-familiar Clover graphs. Data Services are built into CloverETL..

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Data Warehouses, lakes, hubs, and vaults explained

Let’s cut right to the chase, you are reading this blog because you are looking for expertise on storing data for your current needs. I will discuss the definition of and sample use cases that I have..

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Extending CTL with Java Functions

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In this article, I will walk you through the process of extending CTL (CloverETL Transformation Language) with your own custom functions implemented in Java. Think of this as adding your own Java..

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GDPR – Where Do You Begin?

Don’t worry, begin with your data.

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Connecting to MemSQL with CloverETL (Plus a Few Tricks)

Long gone are the times when you could use only regular relational database such as MSSQL or Oracle. Today, there is a plethora of databases to choose from. NoSQL databases (as MongoDB) are gaining a..

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Shouldn’t YOU be driving YOUR Data? A message to so-called data driven businesses

Different data types, in different formats and from different sources—what’s an analyst to do? This blog argues that it’s not the size of your data, but what you do with it that counts!

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