Logi ETL is a Web-based data integration application that can transfer data from diverse sources directly to multiple destinations, be invoked by predefined processes, including scheduling; or be triggered by application actions.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

April 1, 2008

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LogiXML has built an extract, transform and load product that can be used as standalone software or with the company's business intelligence platform.

Logi ETL is a Web-based data integration application that can transfer data from diverse sources directly to multiple destinations, be invoked by predefined processes, including scheduling; or be triggered by application actions, the company said.

"The new Logi ETL product is comprehensive and rich in functionality, easy-to-use and integrate," Arman Eshraghi, chief executive and founder of LogiXML, said in a statement. "The product embraces XML technologies and is operationally more Web-oriented than any other ETL product in the market."

As a Web-service oriented application, Logi ETL allows administrators to access the tool from a browser for configuring and monitoring ETL processes, the company said. The software works in conjunction with any OLEDB/ODBC database, such as Oracle, Sybase SQL Server, IBM DB2, Sun Microsystems MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Access, InterSystems Cache and others.

Logi ETL also connects with SOAP/REST Web services, XML data files, flat files such as CSV or Excel and other Web-based sources. The Logi Connector Pack can be used to connect Log ETL to more data sources, such as Salesforce.com, Amazon SimpleDB, RSS/ATOM feeds, Google Docs and Google Spreadsheets.

Logi ETL, generally available as of Monday, is part of the Logi Unified BI Platform. The new product, however, can also be used independently. Pricing was not disclosed.

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