Cloud ETL for the Modern Enterprise Workshop

We are introducing a new workshop focused on Cloud ETL. ETL, or Extract, Transfer and Load, is nothing new and we’ve been integrating data through ETL techniques for decades now. However, what is new is the growing cloud offerings organizations are using and have access to today.

 

For the Modern Enterprise, it’s common now to have multiple mission critical SaaS applications such as SalesForce.com, HubSpot, NetSuite, Microsoft Dynamics and many others being used. To extract data from these sources, leverage APIs as the access point. Many traditional ETL tools do not provide the ability to easily connect to APIs out of the box. The options are to build a custom connector or a process that extracts data, or to purchase an add-in that provides the connection.

 

The newer class of ETL tools that I’m referring to as Cloud ETL tools have native connections to the SaaS sources organizations use today. One such tool we’ve been using and recommending is Matillion. Matillion provides a lot of similarities to the old traditional tools but greatly improved. Matillion has native connections for popular SaaS solutions along with providing a generic API connection to use any other API sources.

 

In this Cloud ETL workshop we are co-hosting with Matillion and Google and will present some of the key points of transition, strategies for modern data ingestion and integration and much more. For additional details and or register, visit our Cloud ETL event page.

2018-09-26T11:04:31+00:00

About the Author:

Marc Beacom is one of Datalere's two managing partners. Marc brings over 15 years of business and technical experience to the team and customers. Marc is also an active member of the local technical community and has served five years on the board of two Colorado SQL Server User Groups (Denver and Colorado Springs). He has also volunteered and served on several nonprofit boards including Colorado GiveCamp, Camp To Belong Colorado, PASS (Professional Association of SQL Server), and Mile High Analytics. He also created and organized Mile High Tech Con, a three-day conference for the Denver Metro area and Data Science in DTC, a new meetup group.