Getting Started with Jaspersoft ETL

What is Jaspersoft ETL?

Jaspersoft ETL is a complete and ready-to-run ETL job designer with an extensive set of data integration capabilities. It consistently and accurately extracts and transforms data from multiple systems and loads it into data stores optimized for reporting and analysis"”such as star or snowflake schema data marts and warehouses. And it easily keeps pace with the performance of other leading ETL tools. With JasperETL, database architects and operational data store administrators can:

  • Use the business modeler to access a non-technical view of the information workflow
  • Display and edit the ETL process with Job Designer, a graphical editing tool
  • Define complex mappings and transformations with Transformation Mapper and other transformation components
  • Generate portable Perl or Java code that can be executed on any machine
  • Track ETL statistics from start to finish with real-time debugging
  • Allow simultaneous output from and input to multiple sources including flat files, XML files, databases, web services, POP and FTP servers with hundreds of available connectors
  • Configure heterogeneous data sources and complex file formats including positional, delimited, CSV, RegExp, XML, and LDIF with metadata wizards
  • Use the Activity Monitoring Console (AMC) to monitor job events (successes, failures, warnings, etc.), execution times, and data volumes

See the following for Jaspersoft ETL - Features

System Requirements

Installation

To install Jaspersoft ETL, simply extract the archive file to the the directory you would like to install it to. For Jaspersoft ETL, the license key provided by Jaspersoft should be saved into a file called license (without an extension) and saved into the top level directory of the Jaspersoft ETL installation.

Configuration

Optional Configurations

Using Jaspersoft ETL

Jaspersoft has partnered with Talend to provide you with Jaspersoft ETL. The Jaspersoft Community as well as the Talend Community will provide you with helpful inofrmation to get started:

See Also...

For additional information, see the following resources:

 

Feedback
randomness