Airbyte vs Meltano, OS Book, Kestra; ThDPTh #58





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Airbyte vs Meltano, OS Book, Kestra; ThDPTh #58
By Sven Balnojan  • Issue #67 • View online
I got a lot more feedback for both, the ThDPTh as well as the Thoughtful Friday last week, so thanks for that! Every piece of feedback helps me make this newsletter better. Keep it coming.
I’m Sven, I collect “Data Points” to help understand & shape the future, one powered by data.

Svens Thoughts
If you only have 30 seconds to spare, here is what I would consider actionable insights for investors, data leaders, and data company founders.
  • New data orchestrator called Kestra. There is an enterprise version behind it, it is quite mature and aims to be very scalable.
  • Airbyte vs. Meltano. Both tools still are not quite there yet if the target customer is a mature data engineering team. At least that is the feedback from the Kolibri Games team.
  • Open Source Book. Nadia Eghbal wrote a light must-read on how open source works.
The Open Source Book
What: Nadia Eghbal published a book on Open Source with a special look at GitHub in 2020.
My perspective: I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to everyone working inside the open-source space. It’s a light introduction but it brought a bunch of interesting concepts and foundational ideas behind open source to my attention. It’s not a deeply strategic perspective, but then again it doesn’t aim to be that.
Ressource: “Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software”
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