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September 11 · Issue #24 · View online
//Product Updates
We're SOC 2 compliant
Stitch has been certified compliant with the SOC 2 security, availability, and confidentiality principles by an independent auditor. For more information or a copy of the audit report, contact us.
What's this about socks?
In honor of our recent SOC 2 compliance, we’ve commissioned a limited edition of custom Stitch SOCks. You’ll be fashionably compliant wearing these foot gloves made from the finest combed cotton and adorned with the Stitch logo. To get a pair of these Stitch data warehouses for your feet, enter our social media sweepstakes. To enter, visit our Twitter or LinkedIn page and follow us. Look over our recent tweets and updates, find one you like, and retweet or share it. Make sure you mention @stitch_data in the retweet or share so we can find your post.
Doing any or all of those things gets you an entry – one entry per person. We’re not going to discourage you from following us on Facebook or Instagram, but for this sweepstakes only entries from Twitter and LinkedIn count. One of our corporate values is “do the right thing,” so please don’t create multiple social media accounts so you can enter often; the socks are nice, but they aren’t that nice. We won’t collect any data about you for this sweepstakes, and we’ll use your social media contact info only to facilitate getting a prize to you if you win. We’ll pick and announce the winners on September 17.
Poll: What integration should Stitch support next?
What sources that we don’t already support would you like us to build next? Vote now!
New integrations
Since last month we’ve added support for a bunch of new integrations:
We also added new report types for two integrations. Google Ads (AdWords) now supports placeholder reports. Bing Ads supports audience performance reports and ad extension detail reports.
Visit the Stitch changelog for more details and links to documentation to help you get started with all of these data sources. And remember, you get seven days of free, unlimited replication from every new data source you add, so you can load up your historical data.
// From our blog
Why and how to replicate MySQL to your data warehouse
Want to get started replicating MySQL to your data warehouse so you can use it with your business intelligence platform? We walk you through the process.
What if Stitch doesn't support my data source?
Do you want data in your data warehouse from a source Stitch doesn’t support? Here are three ways to get the integration you want on your own timeline.
How to replicate Google Analytics to your data warehouse
Want to get started replicating GA data to your data warehouse? Here’s a step-by-step walkthrough of the process.
Tutorial: Using Power BI with your data warehouse for analytics
In this post, we look at how to start from scratch and create a report using Power BI.
Subscribe to our blog RSS feed to see all of our posts, including an upcoming profile of a member of the Stitch team.
// Customer story
Data engineers at Calm are using Stitch to surface relevant content for the more than 26 million people who’ve downloaded the company’s mobile mindfulness app. Read about how Calm uses Stitch to get well-structured data from MongoDB and other sources into its data warehouse.
Want your company to be profiled in a future customer story on our website? Tell us about how you use Stitch.
// We're hiring!
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