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May 22, 2008

Data Integration & ETL visualization for corporate users

Filed under: Data Integration, ETL — Alena Semeshko @ 12:35 am

Savio Rodrigues has posted a brief review of Apatar in his InfoWorld Open Source weblog.

The really cool thing is that Apatar provides a visual designer and mapping tool in order to hide the complexity of ETL and data integration from the typical (business) user.

Yep, that’s the idea. Apatar was primarily created and designed as a business user-oriented tool. On top of visualization that Apatar provides, most of the things the user has to do manually is drag-and-drop icons to the visual integrator. That is, no coding whatsoever. And yet another of Apatar’s corporate user-oriented features is the connectivity itself. Apatar provides connectivity to corporate aplications like SalesForce, SugarCRM, GoldMine, etc. and can be used by pretty much any business user not familiat with development at all.

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