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Extraction logs coming soon, plus MySQL integration open sourced

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October 31 · Issue #14 · View online
Stitch
// Product Updates
Coming soon!
You asked, and we heard! We have officially kicked off a project to expose more information about where your data is in the replication process, starting with extraction logs for select integrations. Subscribe to our changelog to be notified as improvements are released. 
MySQL integration open sourced
We have rebuilt our MySQL integration from the ground up using the Singer open source project. You can look forward to a few new improvements with the change:
  • Open source code that you can review and contribute to on Github.
  • Support for MyISAM in addition to InnoDB, allowing you to connect the most commonly used MySQL storage engines to Stitch.
All newly connected MySQL integrations will be on this new version, and existing integrations will be migrated starting this week.
Performance upgrade for Redshift users
Last week AWS announced the launch of DC2 nodes for Redshift, doubling warehouse performance at no additional cost. The upgrade process is simple, and ours completed in just 2 hours!
Check out this guide on how we upgraded our warehouse, and how you can too. 
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