This is a summary of new Arm Treasure Data features and improvements introduced in the April 1st, 2019 release. If you have any product feature requests, submit them to feedback.treasuredata.com.
Arm Treasure Data Console - Deprecations of Previous Versions
We improved the look of the console to make it more intuitive and ensure that the platform features are easier for you to access. The new TD console is now generally available. Access to previous versions of TD console are being disabled.
On April 18th, all previous versions of TD consoles (world wide) are deprecated. You will no longer be able access old TD consoles, including the previous, separately accessed console-cdp.treasuredata.com.
Import from Brightcove
Brightcove enables cloud-based publishing and distribution of digital media. You can use Arm Treasure Data with Brightcove to store digital media events and raw data about media access and usage. For more information, see Brightcove.
Import from Sansan
Import Business Cards or Tags, that you create in Sansan to categorized business cards, into Arm Treasure Data. You can also import Business Cards with attached Tag Names.
For more information, see Sansan.
Export to Dynalyst
Beta: Import from Twitter Tweet Insights
You now can ingest Tweet and Account insight data from Twitter into Treasure Data CDP. By using this connector, you’ll have a better view of how your account and tweets perform, enabling you to tailor suitable content for different audience segmentation. For more information, see Twitter Tweet Insights. Contact your Customer Success representative at email@example.com to a participate in the beta.
Beta: Export to the Trade Desk
As an important partner of Treasure Data and many of our customers, the Trade Desk platform will integrate with Treasure Data using an output connector via first-party data integration. You’ll be able to send segment data with TTD to TD mapping cookies or device IDs to the Trade Desk platform and distribute advertisement to each DSP (demand side platform) targeting segment. For more information, see The Trade Desk. Contact your Customer Success representative at firstname.lastname@example.org to a participate in the beta.
Beta: YouTube - Analytics Starting from the Content Publish Date
You can ingest video analytics from when you first created the channels until the present moment. Our integration provides a new option to retrieve the analytics from the date the content was published. For more information, see Youtube. Currently, this data connector is in beta.
Mobile SDK: In-App Purchase Event Streaming for Android
Use Treasure Data's Android SDK to track in-app purchase activity. You can add this feature without embedding a separate code piece for the track function and without any compromise to the current SDK performance.
Mobile SDK: Versioning Coverage
As we work to make our SDKs increasingly robust, we run test suites to ensure TD SDK compatibility with previous Android and iOS OS Versions. We also run test suites on new Android/iOS releases. You can find the list of supported OS versions in the SDK Github page: https://github.com/treasure-data/td-ios-sdk and https://github.com/treasure-data/td-android-sdk.
Detail Added to Job Log: Source Record Filename
In the job log associated with a data import, you can detect errors and identify the source file that caused those errors. You can view the source file name in import jobs for parser, decoder, or file input import integrations. For more information, see Source Record Filename.
Utilization Dashboards: Available in EU
Required Migration for Tableau: Extended
The Legacy mode for Tableau data connectors will be deprecated on April 18, 2019. All supported Tableau versions continue to be supported by current, Non-Legacy mode data connectors.
Affected data connectors are:
- Tableau Server - Export
- Tableau Online - Export
You must change your existing Tableau data export settings before April 18, 2019. Failure to migrate results in your Tableau jobs failing. The required migration enables use of the Tableau REST API.
To use Non-Legacy mode, follow the instructions here. The migration process requires that you uncheck the ‘Legacy mode’ box and provide more target site information as you switch to Non-Legacy mode.
Required Migration: Google Sheets Connector
The Google Sheets Legacy connector are no longer supported. You must migrate from your existing legacy Google Sheet connector. Failure to do so results in failed Google Sheets jobs.
If you have any workflows that use the Google Sheets connector, in addition to migrating to the new connector, you must update your workflow to reflect the new Google Sheets settings.
Google Sheets connector replaces the Google Spreadsheet and Google Sheets legacy connector. With the new connector, you can use the most current Google Sheets API to output data through an OAuth-based connection.