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Extraction logs and new Salesforce integration released, plus join us at AWS re:Invent

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November 28 · Issue #15 · View online
Stitch
// Product Updates
Extraction logs released!
Detailed extraction logs are now available for select integrations. This new feature presents detailed information about the data extraction process and lets you:
  • Visualize how often extraction runs, how long it takes, and when it errors
  • View logs for extraction jobs currently in progress
  • Inspect, copy, and download extraction log files up to 50MB in size
  • View historical logs for the past 24 hours on the free plan, seven days on paid plans, and up to 60 days for enterprise customers.
This is just one step in a larger project to improve the transparency of how Stitch replicates data. Read about what’s up next on our blog.
Improved Salesforce integration
We’ve rebuilt our Salesforce integration from the ground up using the Singer open source project. There are a few new things you can now do, including:
  • Review and contribute to the code on Github
  • Configure how much of your Salesforce API quota Stitch can use
  • Connect to Salesforce Sandbox accounts
  • Toggle between incremental or full replication for objects
  • Choose between the Salesforce Bulk or REST API
All existing integrations will be upgraded automatically on December 18, and anyone can get immediate access by creating a new connection today. Read about all of the improvements and setup process here
// Company Updates
Join us at AWS re:Invent
We’re teaming up with Panoply and Chartio to host an intimate happy hour on November 28 at SUSHISAMBA @ The Venetian. Register here to join us from 7:30 to 9:30 to chat about data warehousing, ETL, BI and more. 
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