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16 12, 2015

Projects

Projects allow you to organise the different things you’re doing in Conductor. Projects, contain data stores and processes. You should use projects to separate different work streams for clarity or when sensitive information needs to be managed by different users.

When you first sign-up, you will automatically get an empty default project.

You can create Data Stores […]

16 12, 2015

User permissions

Within Conductor, user permission levels are used to assign and restrict permissions within the tool, allowing account holders to manage what their team members are able to do within their account.

There are six privilege levels in Conductor, giving you a lot of control over who can do what. They are arranged as follows:

30 09, 2015

Eight Wire selected to fly to Silicon Valley as semi-finalist in IBM SmartCamp

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After topping the 2015 IBM SmartCamp in Auckland, Wellington company Eight Wire has been selected from 30 winners around the world to compete at the semi-finals in San Francisco.

The data integration specialist was one of five IT startups from around New Zealand invited by IBM to […]

29 09, 2015

Getting Started

Creating an account

You can create a new account from this page. This will sign you up for a free trial. If at the end of the free trial you want to transition to a paid account, just get in touch.

Billing

Conductor is offered as a Software as a Service (SaaS). Standard pricing is based upon the
number of […]

23 09, 2015

Agents

A key benefit to Conductor is being able to move data between databases without needing to deal with logins, permissions or driver compatibility issues. This is all thanks to the Agents, they are responsible for moving data in and out of databases that hide behind a firewall.

If your database is not behind a firewall and is […]

23 09, 2015

Dashboard

This is your base of operations while using Conductor. Clicking the HOME menu or Conductor logo at the top of the screen will bring you back here. Most of the important features you’ll need are easily accessible from this screen.

If you are completely new to Conductor, we recommend you follow the new user […]

23 09, 2015

Data Store

What is a Data Store?

Conductor refers to all of your databases as Data Stores. You can define everything about a Data Store from what type of database it is, to where Conductor can find it. Conductor supports a large range of databases including Relational(SQL, MySQL, Oracle etc.), NoSQL(Cloudant) and file(CSV, XLSX).

Create or Modify a Data Store

Editing […]

23 09, 2015

Data Store Page

Data Stores

Conductor refers to all of your databases as Data Stores. You can define everything about a Data Store from what type of database it is, to where Conductor can find it. Conductor supports a large range of databases including Relational(SQL, MySQL, Oracle etc.), NoSQL(Cloudant) and file(CSV, XLSX).

Before you can move any Data you’ll need to […]

23 09, 2015

Edit a Process

Modify a Process

A ‘process’ is a description of how to move data from one place to another. This page shows everything for a single process.

A number of options are available on the side bar. These include:

  • Start – execute this process (move data from source to destination).
  • Preview – similar to Start but data is not written […]
23 09, 2015

New Process

Creating New Processes

From – To

On this page you choose a data store in both the From and the To columns. The store chosen in the From column will be the source, while the store chosen in the To column will be the destination. If you choose an untitled store the options under this name […]