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Description

Writing reliable, concise, well-tested & maintainable data-processing code is tricky.

Kiba lets you define and run such high-quality ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) jobs, using Ruby (see supported versions).

Learn more on the Kiba blog and on StackOverflow:

Code Quality Rank: L5
Monthly Downloads: 11,070
Programming language: Ruby
License: GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 only
Latest version: v3.5.0
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README

Kiba ETL

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Writing reliable, concise, well-tested & maintainable data-processing code is tricky.

Kiba lets you define and run such high-quality ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) jobs using Ruby.

Getting Started

Head over to the Wiki for up-to-date documentation.

If you need help, please ask your question with tag kiba-etl on StackOverflow so that other can benefit from your contribution! I monitor this specific tag and will reply to you.

Kiba Pro customers get priority private email support.

You can also check out the author blog and StackOverflow answers.

Supported Ruby versions

Kiba currently supports Ruby 2.4+, JRuby 9.2+ and TruffleRuby. See test matrix.

ETL consulting & commercial version

Consulting services: if your organization needs guidance on Kiba / ETL implementations, we provide consulting services. Contact at https://www.logeek.fr.

Kiba Pro: for vendor-backed ETL extensions, check out Kiba Pro.

License

Copyright (c) LoGeek SARL. Kiba is an Open Source project licensed under the terms of the LGPLv3 license. Please see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-3.0.html for license text.

(agreement below borrowed from Sidekiq Legal)

By submitting a Pull Request, you disavow any rights or claims to any changes submitted to the Kiba project and assign the copyright of those changes to LoGeek SARL.

If you cannot or do not want to reassign those rights (your employment contract for your employer may not allow this), you should not submit a PR. Open an issue and someone else can do the work.

This is a legal way of saying "If you submit a PR to us, that code becomes ours". 99.9% of the time that's what you intend anyways; we hope it doesn't scare you away from contributing.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Kiba README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.