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Singer Working Group: dedicated to the continued evolution of open source data replication

Since its launch in 2017, the Singer protocol has increasingly become the de facto open source standard for data movement, and Meltano believes Singer has the staying power to remain the de facto standard for years to come. Until now, however, there was no cross-functional governing body that could actively guide the development of the …

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Better Together Monkeys

Launching MeltanoLabs: your home for Singer Connectors, dbt packages, and Meltano Plugins

Today we’re excited to launch MeltanoLabs into the world. MeltanoLabs (not to be confused with dbt Labs!) is the new home for any Singer connector or Meltano plugin (extractors, loaders, transforms, etc.) that doesn’t otherwise have a place to live.  When we took a look at some of the challenges that existed in the Singer …

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Testability now available for all taps in the Singer ecosystem

It is now possible to run connectivity tests on any tap created in the Singer ecosystem. Previously there was no way of running simple tests on the hundreds of non-Meltano SDK taps already in existence. Even better – this test can be set as a scheduled job, giving you early notice of issues affecting your …

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Meltano spins out of GitLab, raises Seed funding to bring data integration into the DataOps era

Today is a big day for Meltano and open source data tooling: Three years after starting inside GitLab, and one year after pivoting to open source ELT with Singer and dbt, Meltano is now an independent startup! We have spun out of GitLab and raised a $4.2M Seed funding round led by GV to bring …

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