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Tag Archives: Kettle
Seit Version 5.0 steht in “Pentaho Data Integration” (früher “Kettle”) ein Marketplace zur Verfügung, mit dem beispielsweise neue Transformations-Steps und neue Datenbank-Connectoren in das ETL-Tool installiert werden können. Unter vielen anderen lässt sich dort das interessante Plugin Android Push Notification … Continue reading
Matt Casters, the lead developer of the open source data integration tool Kettle announced that Pentaho is going to open source all Kettle plugins related to big data today. You can now access quite a bunch of your NoSQL databases … Continue reading
When working with a data integration tool to move and transform data from source a to destination b you are often forced to rewrite basic things over and over again. The data integration tool Kettle with its visual job and … Continue reading
Kettle Transformations and Jobs are stored as XML, so why not generating a documentation out of it using Kettle itself? The Kettle Cookbook project provides out with a Job and a set of Transformations that open all Kettle Transformation and … Continue reading
Pentaho released a preview version of Kettle 4 today. Besides a lot of new features and enhancements (new step types, repository enhancements, enhanced logging infrastructure, scheduling dialog, …) the graphical interface Spoon to design transformations and jobs has been enriched with reporting/olap … Continue reading