Integrating and updating big data? Uh, yup, you heard me right, a breeze thanks to the TENGU platform.
As mentioned in our previous blog and demo video, today we're taking a look at arguably the most important function of our DataOps platform, integrating data components. And, how TENGU keeps changes within these data components done in an external application or in TENGU in sync with each other without manual interference.
Our third demo video: database integrations and syncing data resources.
Interested how we solve this hassle?
In the video below, we'll show you how to create and integrate data resources. We'll also talk about what's happening under the hood of our platform. Since we're data scientists and engineers ourselves, we understand the hassle of external database changes and the fact that you might already be using specific systems or ways to manage resources. So we'll be taking a look at how TENGU will account for that and keep your databases in sync.
What you'll see in this video.
Looking for the TL:DR? I got you.
In the video we'll be creating a dataset using the amazing ArangoDB open source database interface. We'll show you the ease of integrating data collections, and the other way around how you can use Tengu to create new items in the data collections, in this case a table, which will automatically create new collections in ArangoDB's database interface.
This is because TENGU communicates with the ArangoDB Interface to discover changes, so it can update and adapt to internal and external changes.
And this sync is important, because we know there are (too) many systems and specific ways to process data, it's kind of the reason TENGU came to fruition. This way you don't need to worry about manually updating or adapting to external and internal changes. It will sync with every supported integration.
Next week we'll be launching our next demo video about our lovely digital assistant (no, not clippy): the Tengu Assistant! Your smart guide through our platform.
And in case you didn't know, we'll soon launch with a bang, so keep an eye out on further updates.
Until next week!