New Amazon S3 destination, five new integrations, and goats



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July 9 · Issue #22 · View online
//Product updates
Amazon S3 destination is out of beta and available to everyone
Stitch can now load your data to Amazon S3 data lakes. We support both JSON and CSV formats, and provide the ability to customize S3 Object Keys to control how your data is stored. Spin up your own Amazon S3 destination.
Marketo integration updated
We just released a new version of the Stitch Marketo integration. The integration now uses Marketo’s Bulk API, which allows us to more efficiently replicate large amounts of data. Other major changes include selection by activity type, column selection, and replication of campaigns and programs. All newly created integrations offer the new features.
Five new community integrations now available
We have five new integrations available in Stitch, all built on the Singer open source project and running on Stitch’s secure and scalable infrastructure:
  • Quick Base – a platform for developers to build, customize, and connect scalable, secure cloud applications
  • Bronto – an email marketing platform for ecommerce
  • Listrak – a marketing platform for engaging shoppers across all channels
  • SendGrid Core – a platform for delivering transactional and marketing emails
  • FullStory – a tool that offers high-fidelity session playback
New customer stories
Over the last few weeks we’ve added many new stories to our Customers page. They’re worth checking out. A couple of examples:
  • Placeit uses Stitch to pull together billing and behavioral data from multiple sources, to understand and react to user behavior and customer journey problems.
  • Liv Up extracts data from MongoDB and loads it into its data warehouse, then uses Pentaho Data Integration and Python scripts to build a transformed layer into which analytics tools Metabase and Tableau plug in.
There are a lot more where those came from. Subscribe to our blog RSS feed for an upcoming post that highlights some of the best new customer stories – as well as all of our other blog posts.
// From our blog
How Redshift differs from PostgreSQL
If you’re familiar with PostgreSQL features and syntax, how easy will it be to get used to Redshift?
A primer on derived tables and common table expressions
If you’re responsible for delivering business analytics to the users who need data, derived tables can be a valuable tool for you. Learn best practices for using derived tables in this guest post by Looker Senior Sales Engineer Bruce Sandell.
Interesting reading from around the Web
Last month we shared some links to interesting articles we liked. This month we have a new batch, which includes topics such as streaming changes in a database with Amazon Kinesis, a female engineer’s opinion on why fewer women go in to tech, and a report on renting a herd of goats for ivy removal. Yeah, that’s right, goats – just wanted to see if you were paying attention.
// Company updates
We’re hiring!
Stitch is growing. Right now we’re looking for a Director of Alliances. Read about what it’s like to work at Stitch on our Careers page
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