Welcome to TROCCO!
  • 17 Jul 2024
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Welcome to TROCCO!

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Welcome to TROCCO!

TROCCO offers a wide variety of functions essential to the operation of a data analysis infrastructure.
As a first step, let's transfer the data.
This page explains the process of completing data transfer for first-time TROCCO customers.

3 Steps to Data Transfer

Let's use TROCCO to transfer data as soon as possible.
With TROCCO, data can be transferred by following the three steps below.

1. creating connection information

  • Creates connection information for TROCCO to connect to the source and destination services.
  • Please refer to the page under Connection Information for the setting items of each service.

Create transfer settings

  • Create a transfer configuration that defines how data will be transferred.
  • Please refer to the pages under the source and destination for the setting items of each service.

Execution of transfer job

  • Once the transfer settings have been created, run the transfer job.

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If you have any problems using TROCCO, please refer to the following pages.

I don't understand the error message.

Please refer to the collection of error messages.
This section describes the causes and remedies for error messages that often appear on TROCCO.

I want to know TROCCO's specifications or have other questions.

Please refer to the other pages under Basic FAQs.
Information on TROCCO specifications and addressing other frequently asked questions.

Next Steps in Data Transfer

TROCCO is not just a tool for transferring data.
We offer a variety of functions necessary for operating a data analysis infrastructure.
Below are some of the most frequently used typical functions.

Data Mart Definition

In the data mart definition, data can be transformed and aggregated by executing queries on the data stored in the DWH.
See Creating a Data Mart Definition for details on the setup procedure.

Workflow Definition

In the workflow definition, the dependencies (order of execution) between each transfer setting or data mart definition can be defined in the form of a graph.
By executing the defined workflows, each job can be sequenced in the intended manner.
See Creating a Workflow Definition for details on the setup procedure.

Schedule setting

TROCCO has schedule settings that allow the user to set execution timing for transfer setting, data mart definition, and workflow definition jobs.
Using the schedule setting, jobs can be automatically executed at a predetermined time.
For details on the setup procedure, please refer to Schedule Setting.

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