MarkLogic adds AWS Glue connector for simpler cloud data integration

David Gorbet of MarkLogic

MarkLogic Corporation, a provider in cloud data integration and data management, announced the general availability of a custom connector for AWS Glue, a fully-managed, serverless data integration service to create, run, and monitor data integration pipelines.

The MarkLogic Connector for Glue further integrates MarkLogic with the AWS cloud ecosystem and makes it easy for developers to quickly run extract, transform, and load (ETL) jobs using familiar tools.

The new connector is easily accessible in the AWS marketplace and can be used within Glue Studio, a visual interface that embraces a low code/no code approach to data integration.

The MarkLogic Connector for AWS Glue can be used for both the ingestion and consumption of data into and out of a MarkLogic Data Hub. Users can load data from and export data to various AWS services like Amazon S3, Amazon Redshift, and third-party data stores like Oracle and Snowflake. Data flows can be in bulk or streaming and the connector is designed for complex operational and analytical workloads.

“This investment furthers our deep integration with the AWS ecosystem and will delight data teams that want to adopt agile data integration practices without making any compromises,” says David Gorbet, SVP of product at MarkLogic.

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