Data and Analytics

Joining the team: Taylor Murphy shares why he’s excited

Today is my first official day working on the Meltano team! In early February 2021 I announced on Twitter that I would be leaving the GitLab Data Team, where I’ve worked for the past 3 years, and joining Meltano. There was a short thread that accompanied the announcement which I promised to expand upon. I …

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Tutorial: Build a Slack Dashboard Using Meltano and Superset

This is a guest blog post by Srini Kadamati, a Senior Developer Advocate at Preset.io. It was originally published on the Preset.io blog on September 23, 2020. Slack is one of the most popular community tools out there. Even though it was originally conceived as a tool for teams to communicate and coordinate, Slack embraced …

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Meltano Permissions is now Permifrost

As Meltano continues to iterate towards product-market fit, we decided to remove a part of the codebase that no longer fit our target persona. Meltano previously had a command line tool for managing permissions on a Snowflake data warehouse. This is now a separate Python package managed by the GitLab Data Team: Permifrost. As a …

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Meltano V1.0 Release & Speedrun Test

This morning, we announced Meltano has reached our v1.0 stable release, and the videos below are great for new and potential contributors looking to see our release process. Release Process Meltano’s release process is documented here, and in this video we talk through the steps as well as a tricky issue with version 1.0 (which …

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