Apatar is a mashup data integration application written in Java. Users install a visual job designer application to create integration jobs called Apatars, map data between the source(s) and the target(s), and schedule one-time or recurring data transformations in between local systems such as CSV files, MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle, DB2 and web-based applications such as SalesForce.Com, Flickr, or Amazon, or even XML feeds. Users can share and re-use Apatars over the web. No programming or design is required to accomplish even a complex integration. Apatar is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

Features Edit

  1. Visual job designer and mapping enable non-developers to design and perform transformations.
  2. Connectivity to MySQL, PostreSQL, Oracle, MS SQL, Compiere ERP, SalesForce.Com, SugarCRM, Goldmine, XML, flat files; more connectors are under way.
  3. Single interface to manage integration projects.
  4. Flexible Deployment Options (GUI, or server engine on the top of JVM or embedded).
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