Enhanced loading info, new Enterprise integrations, and a little something more



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February 26 · Issue #18 · View online
// Product updates
Enhanced loading information now available in the Stitch UI
Stitch users can now see row counts for their integrations broken down by table, to help identify where all the rows they’re loading are coming from, show which tables are sending rows to the data warehouse, and indicate whether a table is currently loading data or tried to perform a load that ended in error.
Check out our blog post on loading reports or the Stitch changelog for more information, or contact us and we’ll tell you more about how we provide insight into our data pipeline’s extraction and load process.
New integrations for Enterprise customers
We’ve begun building two of our Enterprise customers’ most requested integrations: IBM Db2 and Oracle. If you’re interested in moving data from Db2 or Oracle into your data warehouse, or you have other questions about Stitch Enterprise, let us know.
// Company updates
Stitch is on the road
Stitch partner Looker, a business intelligence software and big data analytics platform, kicked off its JOIN road show in London earlier this month, and Stitch was there. We’ll be at several more events on the tour. If you’re in the neighborhood, come visit us!
Stitch community forum
Would you be interested in an online forum in which you can connect with other Stitch users? Even if you’re not a Stitch customer, please help us shape what a Stitch forum might look like by answering three simple questions.
We’re hiring!
Stitch is growing. We’re looking for a lead quality assurance engineer to help us deliver higher-quality software faster, and a product manager to help us shape our platform and solve customer problems. Read about both jobs on our Careers page
// ETL: Build or buy?
It’s a decision many businesses face: Should we use a commercial data pipeline or should we write our own ETL code in-house? We wrote a blog post to highlight a few factors that may help you decide which path makes sense for your organization.
// Review Stitch online
Are you a Stitch user? Want to share your opinion of our data pipeline with the world? G2 Crowd, a company that hosts online reviews of business software, has set up a page to let you review Stitch and say what you like and don’t like about the platform. We like being able to point to user reviews, and would appreciate your honest feedback.
// On the calendar
March is almost here, and with it the first official day of spring on the 20th. But March holds more in store, including the start of Daylight Savings Time for most of the US on March 11, Pi Day, and the Ides of March on the 15th – plus it’s National Adopt a Rescue Guinea Pig Month.
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