What do we do?
Yellow Pelican offer a number of software products ranging from development frameworks through to integration, data migration, and data analytics.
Yellow Pelican develop a range of both open source and proprietary software products and you can find full details of these products on this site.
Read our popular tutorials on Data Migration and Talend Data Integration.
We have a wealth of experience on real-world data migrations and we can work with you on your own data migration projects, using our data migration framework software.
Going hand-in-hand with our data migration expertise, is data integration. We have developed a number of solutions that provide continuous integration of your disparate applications.
We have worked with a number of clients on both Salesforce data migration and integration projects. This work has benefited from our own Salesforce data migration framework.
Yellow Pelican have have expertise in delivering high quality data migration and data integration projects using both Talend Enterprise and Talend Open Studio. We are the authors of TalendByExample.com and TalendFramework.com.
In this article, we’ll look at the steps taken, to set-up and run Airflow. Currently, Airflow (originally developed by AirBnB) is part of the Apache Incubator programme. For further reading on Apache Airflow, visit the Official Documentation. Installation For this tutorial, I’ll be installing Apache Airflow on A Raspberry Pi 3, running Raspbian. These tutorial Read more about Apache Airflow[…]
Yellow Pelican are please to announce the release of Magpie version 1.2. Magpie a is multi-protocol file downloader, and beyond, and is suitable for many applications. Files may be downloaded using http, https, ftp and sftp on a scheduled basis, with full configuration of how the files should be downloaded and processed. A reporting suite allows an individual file’s Read more about Release of Magpie[…]
Yellow Pelican are please to announce that the Talend Framework now supports Slack integration. Slack is a cloud-based team collaboration tool. The name is actually an acronym, meaning, “Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge”. The Talend Framework‘s sophisticated support for Slack and other messaging systems allows you to intelligently report your Job status to your Read more about Slack Support for Talend Framework[…]
Yellow Pelican are please to announce the release of the Talend Framework version 1.7. Talend Framework 1.7 is an improvement and bug-fixing release. For more on what’s in Talend Framework 1.7, please read the Release Notes.
Yellow Pelican are please to announce the release of Admonitor version 1.1. Admonitor a is cross-platform computer network monitor application that is suitable for both home users and small to medium sized enterprises. This first release of Admonitor provides the initial framework, as well as the capability to report, via Email, any changes to your WAN IP Address. This Read more about Release of Admonitor[…]
It always surprises me as to how little use is made of the simple but effective concept of Application Checkpointing. Checkpointing is a simple technique that allows you to add fault tolerance to your application by saving a snapshot of the application’s state, allowing it to restart from a checkpoint, should it fail. This is extremely important for a long running process, Read more about Don’t Forget to Checkpoint your Application[…]
Yellow Pelican are please to announce the release of Data Cuckoo version 1.0. Data Cuckoo is a data generation engine that is capable of generating test data that is of both high quality and high in volume. Acquiring good test data is an integral part of any organisation’s testing strategy. As well as generating high Read more about Release of Data Cuckoo[…]
Yellow Pelican are pleased to announce a new and free service. There is often a need within an organisation to generate artificial email addresses for testing purposes, and also to be able to send test emails to those addresses. Yellow Pelican host the following domains that you may send emails to for your own testing purposes. Read more about Email Acme[…]
There are many areas of application development and implementation where data plays a significant role. When you’re building and testing your application, you’ll invariably hit the question of where to get good data (and by that, I also mean bad data) in sufficient volume that will allow you to test both the functionality of your application and its ability Read more about Test Data Generation[…]
Working as a data migration and integration specialist, I usually have to work with systems that have been designed and built by others. I have little or no control over the names that have been used for things such as database tables, columns, and a myriad of other types of object. Sometimes, this is not a problem; Read more about What’s in a Name?[…]