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Greenplum / Postgresql Bulk Loader Capability

Greenplum / Postgresql Bulk Loader Capability much like the oracle and MS Sql.

Thanks!
John

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Alteryx Alumni (Retired)
Hi John,

Thanks for the suggestion. Greenplum/postgresql bulk loader support is on our roadmap but not targeted for a particular release yet. 

Regards,
Poornima
Quasar
Quasar

Any updates on Greenplum/PostgreSQL In-DB support, including the bulk load feature?  We use a lot of Greenplum in our environment, so it would be very helpful.  I believe Redshift (already In-DB supported) is also PostgreSQL, so I would think it to be a relatively easy feature add vs another brand new database type.

Agree Jason, this would be a big win, especially at my employer, a large company evaluating Alteryx for adoption. 

Alteryx Alumni (Retired)

How are we coming along with the Greenplum connector? I have a very very very large customers eagerly anticipating...

@PoornimaF any update? 

Meteoroid

Bump! We need this.

Atom

Very interested.... we also need this.

In-DB processing for  Greenplum/Pivotal and PostgreSQL.

 

Any plans on adding these connections?

Hi Poornima,

 

Can you please provide an ETA for bulk load/in-db support to below databases

1. Aurora/MySQL

2. PostgreSQL

Thanks!

Alteryx
Alteryx
Status changed to: Not Planned

Hi All,

 

We don't plan to add a Greenplum bulk loader. However, Greenplum is currently available in-DB.

 

Best,

Alex

Meteor

So if you want to load large volume data to Greenplum, what kind of time should you be looking at to take load a CSV, Data stream in-DB, then output to create a table in-db?  (create a table in Greenplum)  Have a 180 meg CSV with 800k of records.