Welcome to trocco!
  • 14 Feb 2023
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Welcome to trocco!

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This is a machine-translated version of the original Japanese article.
Please understand that some of the information contained on this page may be inaccurate.

Welcome to trocco!

trocco offers a wide variety of functions that are indispensable for the operation of data analysis infrastructure.
As a first step, let's transfer the data first.
This page describes the process for first-time trocco customers to complete the data transfer.

3 Steps to Data Transfer

Let's use trocco to transfer data immediately.
With Trocco, you can transfer data by following these three steps:

1. Create connection information

  • Create connection information for trocco to connect to the source and destination services.
  • For details on the setting items for each service, refer to the page under Connection Information.

2. Create forwarding settings

  • Create a transfer configuration that defines how data is transferred.
  • For the setting items of each service, please refer to the page under Transfer Source / Forwarding Destination.

3. Run the transfer job

  • After the transfer settings are created, run the transfer job.

When in trouble

If you have any problems using trocco, please refer to the following page.

I don't understand the error message

Please refer to the error message collection.
Describes the causes and remedies for common error messages displayed on trocco.

I want to know the specifications of trocco, or there are other things I don't understand.

Please refer to the page under Other Basic FAQs.
It provides information on the trocco specification and addresses other frequently asked questions.

Next steps for data transfer

trocco is more than just a tool to transfer data.
We have various functions necessary for the operation of the data analysis platform.
Below are some of the most frequently used features.

Datamart Definition

In the data mart definition, data can be transformed and aggregated by querying the data accumulated in DWH.
For details on the setting procedure, refer to Creating a Datamart Definition.

Workflow Definition

In a workflow definition, you can define the dependencies (execution order) between each transfer setting and data mart definition in the form of a graph.
By running the workflows that you define, you can run each job in the intended order.
For details on the setting procedure, refer to Creating a Workflow Definition.


trocco has a schedule setting that allows you to set the execution timing for jobs with transfer settings, data mart definitions, and workflow definitions.
By using schedule settings, jobs can be automatically executed at a specified timing.
For details on the setting procedure, please refer to Schedule Setting.

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