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How to Parse Query String Parameters from URLs in Big Data

How to Parse Query String Parameters from URLs in Big Data

Parsing URL query string parameters is easy with Xplenty. You can take a huge pile of web server logs and analyze them via Xplenty’s visual interface. Let me show you...

Data Integration on the Cloud with Heroku PostgreSQL and Xplenty

Data Integration on the Cloud with Heroku PostgreSQL and Xplenty

What can you do with data collected on Heroku PostgreSQL? How will you analyze it and integrate it? With Xplenty, of course! Xplenty lets you connect to a PostgreSQL database...

Using Regular Expressions in Big Data

Using Regular Expressions in Big Data

A regular expression, AKA regex, is a powerful yet really confusing tool. Although regular expressions are the technology behind text replacement and natural language processing, they are hard to read,...

Cloud Data Integration with MongoHQ and Xplenty

Cloud Data Integration with MongoHQ and Xplenty

Xplenty loves MongoDB. We’ve already guided you how to integrate with MongoLab, and now we’ll show you how to do data integration on the cloud with Xplenty and MongoHQ.