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Xplenty Asana Integration

Xplenty Asana Integration

Xplenty, swoops in as a superhero in the world of ETL, to save you time (which means money) getting all that data into your company’s analytic data store. Grab data from Asana, as well as your other data sources, and transform and manipulate the data before it gets into your data warehouse.

Xplenty HipChat Integration

Xplenty HipChat Integration

Xplenty integration with HipChat is super fast and incredibly easy using Xplenty’s HipChat hooks. Xplenty’s HipChat hooks allow you to get real-time updates about your account activity into your HipChat rooms.

Xplenty Salesforce Integration

Xplenty Salesforce Integration

Xplenty's integration with Salesforce is the easiest way to read and process your data from Salesforce and move it to an analytic data stores such as Amazon Redshift or Google BigQuery.

Xplenty PagerDuty Integration

Xplenty PagerDuty Integration

We already integrate with many tools to reduce the bulk of time you likely spend on cleaning your data and preparing it for analytics. We want to continue to make ETL easy no matter what tools and platforms you use so we are constantly integrating with all the latest and greatest.

Our latest integration... is PagerDuty. And we are hooked!

Xplenty Slack Integration

Xplenty Slack Integration

At Xplenty, we aim to make moving and processing data as quick and seamless as possible.
We integrate with a ton of tools your teams already uses to make the process even easier, like Intercom, Hubspot and tons of others.

And today we wanted to share our latest integration. Slack!

An IT Worker's Lament: Holiday Time = Upgrades and Maintenance

An IT Worker's Lament: Holiday Time = Upgrades and Maintenance

Monday, December 23. The office is buzzing, at least from the people that didn’t take off the whole week. No one can concentrate, it’s almost time for presents and food, and family, and more presents and food, and even a holiday trip for some. Everyone is talking about where they’re going, what they’ll be doing. Yeah, well, good for you all.

Creating hadoop test environment with ansible and vagrant

Creating hadoop test environment with ansible and vagrant

As you know, Hadoop can be downright painful to code. However one of our DevOps, Leonid Mirsky, has done a great job writing a tutorial for creating a test environment on Ubuntu using vagrant 1.3.5 and VirtualBox version 4.1.12. Here’s a little teaser and a link to his blog. Thanks Leonid!