Etleap, a leading provider of cloud-native ETL solutions for Amazon Web Services (AWS), today announced availability of its hosted Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering through an integration with the Amazon Redshift Console, which is now in Public Preview. This is designed to allow Amazon Redshift customers to accelerate data onboarding by ingesting data from a plethora of data sources through Etleap.
By launching this Amazon Redshift Console integration, Etleap enables data and analytics teams to deploy a cloud native ETL solution for their Amazon Redshift data warehouse with just a few clicks. After selecting Etleap in the Amazon Redshift Console, users are transferred to a setup wizard on Etleap’s site where they can select and configure data sources in a few clicks. Etleap ingests data from the data sources into the Amazon Redshift cluster, and keeps data up-to-date over time. From there, users can access their data in Amazon Redshift, and also use Etleap to model their data for analytics.
“We’re excited to launch our integration with Amazon Redshift Console,” said Christian Romming, CEO of Etleap. “It fits right in with our mission of decreasing ETL setup and maintenance costs, as well as reducing time-to-value for analytics initiatives.”
Etleap is an analyst-friendly, cloud-native ETL-as-a-service solution. It replaces time-consuming ETL setup and maintenance with intuitive software and a managed service that automates data pipelines. Etleap lets data teams deploy ETL pipelines that source data from databases, web applications, file stores, and streams, and loads that data into Amazon Redshift and Snowflake warehouses, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and AWS Glue data lakes. Users can transform data using Etleap’s Data Wrangler and SQL-based Data Modeler to make the data analytics-ready.
For more information or to try it out for yourself, follow this link to Amazon Redshift Console’s native partner integration page. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org; Follow Etleap on Twitter @etleap; or Like Etleap on Facebook @etleap.