This is a summary of new Arm Treasure Data features and improvements introduced in the October 1st, 2019 release. If you have any product feature requests, submit them to feedback.treasuredata.com.
Option: you can view a video summary of our October releases:
Server-Side First Party Cookies
The Server-side Cookie is a new service that creates first-party cookies to help you identify anonymous users more persistently on your websites. You can now more accurately identify site visitors and unify their activity with existing profiles to deliver personalized experiences.
Treasure Data's MQTT Broker - Experimental
You can stream huge amounts of data from your MQTT client into Arm Treasure Data using the Treasure Data MQTT broker. Use the Treasure Data MQTT broker to drive your unified customer experience across the physical and digital world.
Contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative for more information and enablement.
Data Connector: AdRoll Export
In partnership with AdRoll, a performance marketing platform, we offer an integration that enables you to continuously update audiences within AdRoll. Use our AdRoll data connector for better advertising retargeting.
Query Result Download Supports SJIS Encoding (Postponed)
SJIS encoding enables you to open CSV files that contain Japanese characters. You can download your query results from TD Console as an SJIS-encoded CSV file and then open the CSV in Microsoft Excel.
SJIS and Shift-JIS are different types of encoding. Use SJIS instead of Shift-JIS.
Audience Studio User Experience Improvements
Last month, we announced improvements in the Segmentation area of Audience Studio:
- Segment Nav Link: allows you to click out to an existing segment within the segment rule editor. You can see the rules that are used by the nested segment.
- Segment SQL Output: allows you to view the SQL used when created a segments so that you can validate the segment that the SQL created.
The following improvements also became available:
- An easier way to view information about segments, such as a listing of segment names, folders in which segments are contained, the number of profiles and activations associated with segments
- Collapsable folders and panels, giving you more control over your view space
- Segment Line Chart, showing the number of profiles over time
- Summary views for Rules and Activations
Required Migration: Salesforce Data Connector
The deadline to migrate to the Salesforce V2 data connector has been extended. The legacy SFDC connector will be available until January, 2020.
The Salesforce V2 data connector is capable of asynchronous data transfer - with minimal impact to current users.
The Salesforce V2 data connector replaces the current Salesforce data connector. In TD Console, the existing SFDC connector is now labelled "Salesforce Legacy" and the V2 data connector is labelled "Salesforce."
If you are currently using the Salesforce data connector, you must complete migration steps to ensure that your integration continues to work. You must move from the legacy Salesforce data connector to the Salesforce V2 data connector.
New users of the Salesforce data connector can start using the Salesforce V2 data connector immediately.
Contact your Technical Support at email@example.com to learn more.