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Datacoral Newsletter
Hope you are finding your zen in the Zoom way of life! Here at Datacoral, we have settled down into a cadence that allows us to move quickly and provide improved capabilities and services to our customers. Check out the latest news and product updates below Latest news We achieved the Amazon Redshift Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. This designation recognizes that Datacoral has demonstrated successful integration with Amazon Redshift. We are proud that AWS has selected Datacoral as one of the seven finalists from San Francisco for the AWS Startup Architecture
Datacoral performs Historical Syncs for Database CDC Connectors
In a previous post, we looked at why replicating data using the change logs (Change Data Capture, or CDC) is important and what are the common challenges in this approach. In this post, we are going to take a deeper look at managing historical syncs while replicating production databases to a data warehouse, and is the critical first step in this process. Path followed by the bold blue arrows shows the historical sync performed by Datacoral CDC connectors Why historical syncs? The aim of any connector is to make sure that data at the source is identical to the
Synchronous vs Asynchronous Invocations
At Datacoral, we are heavy users of AWS Lambda and other AWS Serverless services because of the power, flexibility and security that we can provide our users by building our architecture on top of these. The benefits of these serverless services include: No resource provisioning required; services scale up and down seamlessly based on demand Fault tolerance and retry mechanisms are handled by the services themselves Services end up being cheaper for most real-world workloads (since machines don’t have to be provisioned for highest levels of traffic) Lightweight and fast deployments Very tight integration with other cloud services for
Redshift Data API Flowchart
Datacoral integrates data from databases, APIs, events and files into Amazon Redshift while providing guarantees on data freshness and data accuracy to ensure meaningful analytics. Using the Redshift API, we are able to create a completely event-driven and serverless platform that makes data integration and loading easier for our mutual customers. Redshift Blog about the Data API (Sep 16 2020) The Data API simplifies access to Amazon Redshift by eliminating the need for configuring drivers and managing database connections. Instead, you can run SQL commands to an Amazon Redshift cluster by simply calling a secured API endpoint provided by
Datacoral Data Capture Flowchart
Change Data Capture (CDC) is a common pattern for replicating data from databases to data warehouses by syncing the database change logs rather than fetching data from tables. Many data engineering teams we have spoken to (many of whom are our customers now) have mentioned the complexity of running a CDC system at scale. In this post, we will go over why CDC is important, what CDC for common production databases looks like and common challenges with using CDC. Why is CDC important? Many data-driven data companies today replicate data from different data sources into a data warehouse for
Rollbar plus Datacoral
We are excited to share that our customers who use Rollbar for error monitoring in their software applications can now use our Rollbar connector to better analyze their current and historical software deployment errors and alerts across different environments. Rollbar enables software engineering teams to deploy better software, faster (we use Rollbar internally as well!). This is done by providing real-time alerting and insights into errors as they happen, so that the engineering team is empowered to fix issues before customers report them. Rollbar makes it easy to instrument applications across many different languages and platforms (Python, Javascript, iOS,

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