Visualising XMLs and XSDs of common data standards using Flexter

Anvesh Gali Uncategorized

Extensible Markup Language has become the norm for data transmission and other data related activities in a majority of organizations. XMLs provide developers with a flexible platform to configure and correlate data attributes based upon the product structure and requirement. For different domains, there are various types of XML file formats that are in use. The OTC Derivatives industry uses ...

Let's talk Kafka Streams

Anvesh Gali Uncategorized

Look Ma, no Code! Building Streaming Data Pipelines with Apache Kafka, Robin Moffatt, Technology Evangelist, Confluent Companies new and old are all recognising the importance of a low-latency, scalable, fault-tolerant data backbone, in the form of the Apache Kafka streaming platform. With Kafka, developers can integrate multiple sources and systems, which enables low latency analytics, event driven architectures and the ...

Flexter, Informatica, and Redshift work Hand in Hand to convert ESMA XML

Anvesh Gali ETL, Uncategorized, XML

In this walk-through, we combine two powerful software platforms to present a highly efficient and user-friendly method to perform ETL of complex XML files. This implementation uses Flexter, which is a powerful tool for converting complex XML files to a database or text and Informatica for ETL. We will convert ESMA XML files (these files contain the reporting specifications and ...

Eight things you need to know about ISO 20022 XML Messages

Kevin Tardivel Uncategorized

What is ISO 20022? The ISO 20022 industry data standard is used in Financial Services. Its purpose is to exchange messages and data between financial institutions. The standard defines the meaning of common concepts and processes in finance. This is also called the semantics of the standard. It offers a common language simplifying the communication between financial actors. The business ...

Hadoop User Group Ireland Meetup (24 June 2015): An Introduction to Spark

Uli Bethke Big Data, Hadoop, HUG Ireland, Spark, SparkSQL, SQL, Tableau, Uncategorized

Thanks again to everyone who attended the third Hadoop User Group Ireland meetup. Also thanks to Bank of Ireland Grand Canal Square for making the venue available. Participants in the event can send feedback to their Twitter and Facebook accounts: facebook.com/BOIGrandCanalSquare twitter.com/BOIGrandCanalSQ. Also thanks to Étienne from Idiro and Antonio from HP for their great presentations. We have all of ...