Adding Reverse ETL to Your Fleets with New Integrations

Adding Reverse ETL to Your Fleets with New Integrations

Steven Johnson
Steven Johnson

Our team at Shipyard is hard at work developing new integrations to use with your Fleets. Three integrations to tackle reverse ETL inside of Shipyard: Census, Hightouch, and Rudderstack are now available.

Introducing our Reverse ETL Blueprints

Starting today, Shipyard has two Blueprints that allow you to incorporate Census, Hightouch, and Rudderstack into your Fleets. The combination of Shipyard and these Reverse ETL vendors will allow you to get data to your stakeholders as soon as it's ready for them.

By providing your credentials along with information about the specific sync, you can use Blueprints to:

  • Trigger a Sync
  • Check Sync Status

Ditch Schedule-Based Refreshes

Before Shipyard, data teams were forced to look at the average time upstream processes took to complete before they could schedule their Reverse ETL syncs. Thankfully, Shipyard allows you to ditch the guessing game. In Shipyard, you can setup a workflow that will begin a sync the moment the upstream process is complete.

With the use of the Check Sync Status Blueprint, you'll know the exact moment that your sync finishes. This allows you to run downstream processes from your Reverse ETL processes as soon as your sync is complete.

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Build Trust with your Stakeholders

There is nothing worse than realizing another part of your data pipeline errored out and bad data went out to your stakeholders. With Shipyard, we stop this issue right in its tracks. If an upstream process fails, the fleet will stop running until you are able to remedy the error. On top of this, you can also schedule an automated alert to go out on Slack or email the moment an error occurs. You can have the peace of mind that bad data will never go out to your stakeholders.

Incorporate Reverse ETL with the Rest of your Data Stack

A reverse ETL tool generally does not live on its own in the data stack. There are a number of upstream and downstream processes that a data team would love to connect to their reverse ETL syncs. Shipyard allows you to create Fleets that connect all of your data tools together.

Here are a few examples of workflows that you can now create inside of Shipyard:

  • Send an email notification to stakeholders when an upstream process fails causing a delay for the Reverse ETL sync.
  • Download a CSV with the new data from the sync.
  • Send Slack alerts when a sync is complete allowing the team to know exactly when data is ready for them.

Get Started Today

Census, Hightouch, and Rudderstack Blueprints are now available to all users and can be tested with any account. Sign up for our free Developer Plan to start automating your data orchestration process.