Since launching Matillion Data Loader in March, we’ve been working hard to bring new connectors to our users. More importantly, we’ve been listening to our customers to learn what connectors you would most like to see us roll out for Matillion Data Loader. In our continued efforts to expand the product, we are excited to announce a new connector for Matillion Data Loader, and three other connectors that are coming very soon. These connectors have the same or similar functionality to the ones available in Matillion ETL for all cloud data warehouses.
Now available for Matillion Data Loader: Twitter tweets, Open Exchange Rates, and Oracle Eloqua.
Some of our most popular connectors for Matillion ETL are now available for Matillion Data Loader. You can now bring Twitter tweets into your cloud data warehouse with Matillion Data Loader. In addition, the new Open Exchange Rates connector for Matillion Data Loader lets you pull in live, end-of-day foreign exchange rates for over 200 worldwide and digital currencies. (With the Open Exchange Rates connector for Matillion ETL, you can pull in both live and historical currency information.) And you can now move Oracle Eloqua data as well with the new Eloqua data connector.
Coming very soon: two more connectors
We will also be bringing you three other high-demand connectors that will be available in the next few weeks:
Stay tuned for more upcoming connectors
We continue to develop and add new connectors to Matillion Data Loader and will have more to share soon. Check back here on the blog for more connector announcements.
In the meantime, you continue to be our best resource for new connector ideas and Matillion Data Loader features. If you would like to request new connectors or features, add it to our Idea List.
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