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]

CloverETL 3.5 ­– What to Expect?

It’s been few months since we released CloverETL 3.4, our most recent production version. As we make significant progress on the next version, I’d like to share a few of the features available in CloverETL 3.5. In fact, some of these were released a few days ago in the milestone version. Want to try CloverETL for yourself? Download it here.[Continue reading]

CloverETL Designer User Interface Improvements in 3.4

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Here at CloverETL we not only work to create new and exciting features, but also have a workgroup specifically dedicated to improving the “little things”. I’m talking about those little things that can help you avoid aimlessly clicking around while trying to do work, or make you think in a quick, intuitive, and productive manner. Listed below are some of the most important tweaks and improvements that CloverETL 3.4 can provide. We think you will find them useful in that they will make working with the CloverETL Designer not only more comfortable, but also more effective.[Continue reading]

CloverETL Visions for 2012: Evolution and Revolution in Data Integration

Part one - celebrating 10 years

In 2012, CloverETL will celebrate its 10th anniversary as an open source project. It all started back in 2002. On October 3rd, 2002, version 0.1 was first announced on the Freshmeat (now Freecode) portal. That day, CloverETL’s official life began.[Continue reading]

Usability Improvements in CloverETL 3.1

One of the most noticeable set of changes in CloverETL version 3.1 is the interface improvements, substantially improving Clover's usability and understandability. These improvements save both new and old users valuable time when creating or manipulating their data transformation graphs and further cement CloverETL's place as one of the most easy to use ETL tools on the market.[Continue reading]

Working with CloverETL as a New User

I would like to share my experience with CloverETL as an external person. I study at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA with a major in Computer Science. On my search for interesting internships in Europe I found about Javlin a.s., a company based in Prague. As I wanted to get on hand experience with programming and software development I was immediately interested in this company. It sounded like an appealing opportunity where I could gain a lot of helpful knowledge and work experience.[Continue reading]