This is a summary of Arm Treasure Data features and improvements introduced in the January 1st, 2020 release. If you have any product feature requests, submit them to feedback.treasuredata.com.
Option: you can view a video summary of our January releases:
LiveRamp Export Data Connector Beta
Use Arm Treasure Data to export segments to LiveRamp for activation through LiveRamp's activation partners. LiveRamp IdentityLink connects anonymizes private identity information (PII) data to LiveRamp's activation partners. You can now export to six LiveRamp activation partners.
If you are interested in participating in the LiveRamp beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.
LinkedIn Export Data Connector Beta
Arm Treasure Data’s LinkedIn data connector enables you to create account or contact list segments in LinkedIn and to upload or update Audience Lists dynamically to your Matched Audiences.
If you are interested in participating in the LinkedIn beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.
Google Sheet Import Data Connector
You can use the Google Sheet data connector to import Google Sheet content into your database. You can bring in data from Google Spreadsheet file without manually converting the data to CSV before import, and you can retain the format in the original spreadsheet. You can read more about the Google Sheet Import data connector.
Microsoft Power BI Export Data Connector Improvement
You can export to shared workspaces in Microsoft Power BI. A new field for Workspace ID is added to the data connector configuration. You also can opt to replace existing information from either shared or personal workspaces. You can read more about the Microsoft Power BI Export data connector.
Marketo Import Data Connector Improvement
The Marketo import data connector supports the ActivityType filter for bulk load into Treasure Data. You can use activityTypeIds to reduce the number of activities in an import and thereby reduce the file size of ingested data. Ingesting all Marketo activities usually exceeds daily ingest quotas. You can read more about the Marketo Import data connector.
Improved Experience for Import Integrations
Arm Treasure Data offers some new features that improve your experience when creating and editing data transfers for sources.
- After you configure your data connector, you can:
- save it and run the import immediately
- save the configured data connector to run at a later time
- For every new data transfer, you can select a database and table, instead of a default database and table being selected for you. This is particularly useful when you already have a similar, existing data transfer and want the specified location for the imported data to be different.
By the end of this month, you can view all data connectors for import through a new interface:
Required Upgrade: Presto 317 in Production
Treasure Data’s Presto release is based on the Presto 317 open source release. Our previous release was based on Presto 0.205.
Internal testing has been done to identify compatibility and performance regression issues.
For your testing, Presto 0.205 and Presto 317 are available side-by-side to allow testing before you finish your upgrade.
Refer to Presto 0.205 to 317 Migration for details. Contact our Support team, if you have additional questions.
Identity Federation Beta
The Treasure Data Identity Federation feature works with your Identity Provider (IdP) and enables your TD account users to use one ID to log into your Treasure Data accounts, even if the user is assigned multiple TD accounts.
You configure your IdP to authenticate your Treasure Data users and thereby control the login policy for your users through the IdP.
Identity Federation key benefit is providing heightened security and tighter authentication for both on-premise and cloud applications. You can centrally manage all users and their respective permissions through your corporate directory service.
The initial implementation of Identity Federation supports Azure Active Directory using SAML 2.0 protocol.
If you are interested in participating in the Identity Federation beta, contact your Customer Success Representative.
TD Toolbelt v0.16.7
TD Toolbelt has been updated. The new release supports a private connect environment. You can download TD Toolbelt to access Treasure Data platform from a command line.
Apache Hivemall 0.6.0
A new release of Hivemall is available. The latest version is v0.6.0-201912-r03 based on Apache Hivemall v0.6.0.
Features in this release include:
- xgboost (v0.90) support (usage information)
- Improvements on tokenize_ja
- Part-of-Speech (PoS) support in tokenze_ja (usage information)
- new stoptag_excludes UDF (usage information)
- libsvm format converter is supported (usage information)
- Improve support for Json conversion (to_json/from_json) (usage information)
- Introduced tracing functionality for DecisionTree predictions (usage information)
- Support for max_by, min_by, majority_vote UDAFs (usage information)
- Support argmax/argmin and argsort/argrank UDFs (usage information)
- Refined RandomForest implementation for Sparse feature support and training speed. (usage information)
Refer to our ChangeLog for the details.
Deprecated: Legacy Salesforce Import Data Connector
The legacy Salesforce Data connector will be deprecated at the end of this month, January 2020.
The Salesforce V2 data connector replaces the legacy Salesforce data connector. The Salesforce V2 data connector is capable of asynchronous data transfer - with minimal impact on current users.
In TD Console, the V2 data connector is labeled "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.
Contact your Technical Support at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.