These are the Treasure Data features and improvements being released in June 2020. Submit any product feature requests to feedback.treasuredata.com.


You can also view a video summary of our June releases.

Integrations Hub Policy-Based Permissions (Beta)

Treasure Data now offers policy-based permissions for Integrations. Account owners and administrators can view and specify permissions for the Integrations Hub through the TD Console in Policies or through the API. These permissions impact all workflow and activation jobs that require access to data connectors.

Learn more about Policy-Based Authentications Permissions. If you are interested in participating in this beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Activation Copy

Treasure Data now offers an Activation Copy feature that enables you to copy previously defined activations, preventing the need to configure new activations for every segment. Creating activations will now be an easier experience and doesn’t require users to understand the technical aspects of setting up authentications and the schema of the master segments.

Learn more about Activation Copy.

Pytd 1.3.0

Pytd 1.3.0 introduces new optional arguments for more flexibility during data ingestion and querying. For example, you can now execute queries on Hive 2 when you access the Hive query interfaces using the engine_version=”experimental” parameter. You can review the changelog for a complete list of changes.

Pandas-td GitHub Repository Archived

Pandas is now a legacy open-source data analysis and manipulation tool built on the Python programming language. To reduce complexity and provide improved support, pandas-td is replaced with the pytd library. Pandas-td repo remains available to read existing code, but no new issues or pull requests can be created in this repository.

It is strongly recommended you replace your pandas-td code with pytd.

Data Connectors Released

Treasure Data for Data Exchange Export Integration

You can now export output results from one Treasure Data account to another Treasure Data account by using our new version of the Treasure Data connector with some enhanced features. Specifically, the new version uses a secured Treasure Data endpoint that includes a new destination database and table creation. Another highlight of this new version is that the destination table schema will be kept intact during data transfer.

If you are interested in the new version, see Treasure Data Data Exchange Export Integration and the migration guidance. Contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative for more details.

Gigya Import Integration (Beta)

You can now ingest data from the SAP Data Cloud Platform (formerly Gigya). This beta connector enables you to ingest the following data types: Accounts, Data Store, and Profile Management. If you are interested in participating in the Gigya beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

LinkedIn Export Integration (Beta)

You can now activate your account or user segments to your LinkedIn DMP segments for use in your campaigns. For more information, see LinkedIn Export Integration. If you are interested in participating in the LinkedIn beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Yahoo! DMP Export Integration

You can now activate your segments into Yahoo! DMP., which enables you to launch advertising campaigns on Yahoo! Display Ads. For more information, see Yahoo! DMP Export Integration. If you are interested in setting up this integration, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Repro Import Integration (Beta)

You can now use the new Repro Import Integration to ingest files from your Repro’s Amazon S3 buckets with simpler and customized parameters for an easy configuration. If you are interested in participating in the Repro beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Repro Export Integration (Beta)

You can now use the new Repro Export Integration connector to export files to your Repro’s Amazon S3 buckets with simpler and customized parameters for an easy configuration. If you are interested in participating in the Repro beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Instagram Import Integration Improvement

Treasure Data has improved the Instagram User and Media integration to support importing all page media, comments, and tags into the TD database. Check out Instagram Import Integration for more details.

Data Connectors Coming in June

Amazon DSP Export Integration (Beta)

You can use the new Amazon DSP Data Provider Export Integration to export files to Amazon DSP. If you are interested in participating in the Amazon DSP beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Export Integration (Beta)

You can export to Firebase Cloud Messaging to enable the sending of notifications to mobile app and websites to help drive your customers to the specific UX experience of the applications. If you are interested in participating in the Firebase Cloud Messaging beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Sailthru Export Integration (Beta)

You can activate your various segments to Sailthru for personalized email marketing campaigns enabling you to provide a better customer experience. If you are interested in participating in the Sailthru beta, contact your Treasure Data Customer Success representative.

Updates

  • Hive 2 now has a warning message in the query log when the Expire Date is working. For example:

    Hive history file=/mnt/hive/tmp/1/hive_job_log_be362b44-b333-4c92-883d-528616d7d452_21100070.txt
    Job is running in resource pool: hadoop2 with priority: default
    **
    ** Since ryu1.expired_table has Expire Data settings, some data before [2020-05-19 07:26:24 +0000] is not included
    **
    **
    ** Time indices on ryu1.expired_table:
    **    Time index: [2020-05-19 07:26:24 +0000, 9999-12-31 23:59:59 +0000]
    **
    Fetching results, 8,192 bytes have been fetched.
    Debug log = debug_746623798_1589959727121.gz
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