Metadata propagation makes your data integration jobs much easier

Metadata propagation

In the CloverETL 4.0, along with subgraphs, we've introduced another very interesting feature: metadata propagation, that will make your data integration jobs much easier to prepare. Previously, you needed to assign metadata manually to every edge. In case you changed metadata in a graph, you would have to manually re-assign new metadata to each edge afterwards.[Continue reading]

Introducing the most important feature of CloverETL 4.0 – Subgraphs

clover-120-ver4

CloverETL 4.0 is now out, and with it comes a ton of new features. You can read the complete release notes here. In our previous article , we briefly introduced the new main features in 4.0. Today, we are going to dive deeper into subgraph functionality, explaining why are subgraphs a very important feature of CloverETL 4.0 and how they will help you with your data jobs.[Continue reading]

CloverETL 4.0 Milestone 2 released. Brace for subgraphs!

Rapid data integration easy with tweaked UI interface.

The second milestone of 4.0 is here so it’s about time to show you what it involves. Milestone releases give you early access to new features and improvements in CloverETL. The second milestones are usually very close to the final production version - nearly all features of the production version are in the milestone release so you can start preparing for the transition.[Continue reading]

Quo vadis, Facebook Graph API? API v2.0 Restrictions

Facebook

In April 2014, Facebook published a new version of its API. You can find their upgrade guide from v1.0 to the new version v2.0 here. The change is huge, and obviously aims to tighten security and abuse prevention. However, this change also brings a surprising amount of pain and misery to developers. Let me start with a simple scenario: basically search for people I know and contact them. I went through a lot of trouble just to do that! So, I’d like to share my frustration in trying to adopt this new Facebook Graph API. If you agree, commiserate in the comments below.[Continue reading]