4 Easy Steps to Establish Secure Connection to IBM AS/400 Database with CloverETL

AS.400

IBM AS/400 (also known as IBM iSeries) is approaching its 30th birthday. The system released in 1988 is still alive today and widely used across industries all over the world. Do you use AS/400 at your company? Have you been thinking of scaling up the security? Do you want to use SSL protocol to secure connection to AS/400 system and its DB2 database? Establish Secure Connection to IBM AS/400 in few steps with the help of CloverETL. All the necessary steps are described in the article below.[Continue reading]

The Top 8 Things about Data at the Tableau 15 Show – #TC15

Data Analytics in Las Vegas

1. Manual data prep is not enough.
Business users are reinventing the way to prepare and assemble data. Demand for self-service data prep is growing – users are becoming smarter and moving more and more data around to feed different analytics and insights. The reality? Analysts are spending their valuable time massaging data. Manual data prep is no longer enough.[Continue reading]

Database Versioning Using CloverETL

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I can tell you from personal experience that there’s nothing more frustrating than trying to figure out why your application stopped working, only to find out it is because of one small database change by your colleague.  We kept running into these issues, causing us to back-track on everything we were doing; costing us precious time and money. That is why we currently utilize database versioning on every project.[Continue reading]

Image Metadata Manipulation Using CloverETL

Figure 1: Main Graph image for processing, reading, writing metadata to image files

Time and again, CloverETL has proven it can solve some pretty interesting problems. Have you ever though about image metadata manipulation? Turns out, there’s a ton of information contained within the metadata of images that people and systems find useful. For example, companies such as Facebook and Twitter strip the copyright information from image metadata that are uploaded to their servers. Imagine you're a photographer selling your pictures for a living. It probably would upset you if someone else took ownership of them, right?[Continue reading]