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May 8 · Issue #30 · View online
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// Product updates
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
See the Stitch changelog for details on new releases and features.

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.
// From our blog
Delivering the right latency for analytics
Why doesn’t Stitch replicate your data in real time? Because it’s counterproductive for most Stitch users, for both technical and cost considerations.
How to connect a Singer tap with Stitch
Here are detailed instructions on how to run Singer locally and send to Stitch.
Tutorial: Using Redshift and Amazon QuickSight to deliver business analytics
If you’re using Amazon QuickSight as your analytics tool, check out our tutorial on setting up a data warehouse, setting up Stitch for ETL, and writing a simple report in QuickSight.
Reconciling data from Google Ads and Google Analytics
Despite the fact that they’re from the same company, Google Ads and Google Analytics are different products that use their own terminology and business rules, so the data you get from them is not consistent.

Browse the Stitch blog, or subscribe to our blog RSS feed to see all of our posts.
// Customer story
Retailer AMARO sells originally designed women’s clothing, accessories, and footwear to consumers both through its website and through bricks-and-mortar Guide Shops. The company invests in data intelligence to better understand the customer journey. Read about how AMARO uses Stitch, Amazon Redshift, and Looker to integrate and report on a diverse set of data sources.

You can learn more about how other companies use Stitch on our Customers page. Do you have an interesting Stitch use case? Send us an email and we’ll be in touch.
// Company updates
Snowflake Summit is coming
Stitch and Talend are sponsoring Snowflake Summit, Snowflake’s first user conference, June 3 – 6 in San Francisco. Come find us in booth P2, and look for Stitch leader Jake Stein’s speaking session on the program calendar, as well as sessions by Talend customers.
We’re hiring!
Stitch is hiring for open positions in sales, marketing, support, and more. You know that saying, “Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life”? We all love what we do here.
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