We’ve added some new functionality to Stitch to give you more control over when Stitch extracts data from your data sources. The new Run Extraction Now and Stop Extraction buttons appear on the Extractions page inside of Stitch, and are available today for most integrations.
Since our last newsletter eight integrations have graduated from beta to general availability: Invoiced, Platform Purple, Heap, Responsys, Close, Typeform, BigCommerce, and Toggl. Meanwhile, two additional integrations are in open beta: Onfleet and Eloqua. You can add all of these as integrations within Stitch.
Several more integrations are on the way, including Asana, MailChimp, Chargebee, and Density.io. We’re also readying integrations Amazon Redshift as a source, a revamped Recurly integration, and Microsoft SQL Server with log-based replication. We’re looking for beta testers for all of these — reply to this message if you’re interested.
We’ve also released a new version of our Jira integration, which is now based on the Singer
standard. New features include:
- Extraction logs
- Table and field selection
- Jira Cloud accounts now use an API token instead of user/password authentication
Talend, Stitch’s parent company, also just introduced a new product. Talend Cloud Pipeline Designer
is a browser-based data integration design environment that lets data engineers build and deploy data pipelines across batch and streaming environments. Based on Apache Beam, it’s designed to simplify creation of data pipelines on-premises, in hybrid and multicloud environments, or in virtual private clouds.